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Old 12-25-02, 03:41 PM   #13
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i've used slackware to much success. but if you want to be one with the linux i'd go for something like linux from scratch.

and always refer to the man pages and tldp
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Old 12-25-02, 04:37 PM   #14
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Default Yeah linuxfromscrach is better

I didn't try it yet but i like the ideea
make your own distro .This way started http://www.gentoo.org

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Old 12-26-02, 03:26 PM   #15
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for a server i like mandrake or redhat
the last version of redhat is realy impressive
it seems faster somehow (i have installed rh 8.0
on a p1@166 80M ram that is used as a home
development server apache mysql)
If you realy want control you can put a
slackware on that machine (i have installed 8.1
and i realy like it ...)
Its because Red Hat got with the times and used GCC 3.1 over 2.96, which makes software run faster. Mozillia is slower in Linux than Windows because it doesn't use GCC 3.1 unless you compile the source with 3.1
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