Linked by Jon "TrekBoy" on Sun 1st Dec 2002 01:07 UTC
Linux Coming from a background of using MS-DOS for about 4 or 5 years exclusively (MS-Dos 4.1 or something) Being new to Linux and *nix in general I thought that I would want to learn from the "ground up". I did not want the bloat of Redhat or Mandrake but wanted something simple where I could learn the "stuff" of the OS.
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by Matthew Gardiner on Mon 2nd Dec 2002 07:49 UTC

I am running United Linux/SCO Linux 4.0 for around a week or so. So, here is what I suggest:

1) JFS is very stable, fast and haven't experienced any issues.

2) If you want a basic, no nonsense Linux distro, SCO Linux 4.0 is available for download right now for non-commercial/developer use.