Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Wed 7th Oct 2009 19:44 UTC
Linux Mind your manners, now. We're not saying that they do in general. There's just a good chap who has come up with a list in two parts of varied Linux distributions that he deems use-worthy. He also gives a short description about them and a link to their project websites. Some are the obvious Ubuntu, Gentoo, and other major players, but others you may or may not have heard of and may find useful. Enjoy reading part one from May of this year and part two that was published just recently in October. What are some of the perhaps more obscure Linux distributions that you've found useful and noteworthy?
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by supercompman on Thu 8th Oct 2009 15:35 UTC
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2008-09-14

I use Ubuntu for my day-to-day work and Fedora from time to time, but I'm a little disappointed that Puppy Linux wasn't listed. At about 100 MB, fast, and a low memory footprint, this is GREAT for old systems or just to have a live distro you can boot up, remove the CD, and use the system fully as if it was installed.

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