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PCLinuxOS is actually a really nice OS. Its small.... heck even some people have it on their flash drives, but yet it still gets the job done.
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i agree...i like things simple...whats your favorite?
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I use normally either Fedora Core or Ubuntu (w/ KDE installed using Apt-get as well)

For things like putting it on a flash drive I would use DSL ([bleep] Small Linux)
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never used that one, but i have used puppy linux, and i believe it is quite small...
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Haha I figured they would Bleep that out.... due to it being a name I posted it anyway...

I havent tried puppy linux either

Edited by The Matt, 22 January 2009 - 09:14 PM.

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its ok...mainly just very easy to use, and very small...
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