[lug] Distribution favorites?

dallas.masters at gmail.com dallas.masters at gmail.com
Fri Nov 3 22:18:13 MST 2006

Forget distributions.  Go gentoo, and you'll never go back.  You have
all the power to do whatever you want using whatever method you want.
And you'll learn what's under the hood as you go.

The gentoo support community is also a huge selling point.  I find
more often it's a gentoo-related page that Google ranks highest for
any generic linux support query.


"Collins Richey" <crichey at gmail.com> writes:

> On 11/3/06, Elyse M. Grasso <emgrasso at data-raptors.com> wrote:
>> So... what distros with good KDE support do people recommend?
>> I've downloaded Kubuntu and stuck it in a virtual machine, but the
>> installation feels sort of fluffy and Microsofty. I need to see whether it
>> can get to a more geeky feeling configuration without too much tweaking.
>> --
> I must be easier to please. I find Kubuntu quite adequate for my
> needs. I could careless about geekiness.
> There are a growing number of Kubuntu users, and Mark Shuttleworth has
> deemed it worthy of ongoing support. Check out the Kubuntu forums and
> lists. My only problem is that 95% of the stuff in Ubuntu land is
> targeted for Gnome.

Dallas Masters
Nederland, CO

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