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SuSe 10.1 is great.
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I have tried Ubuntu, FC5, and Suse 10.1 and I would have to say Fedora was the easiest to use no doubt as you can actually get into root without going thru some hoops. Suse I found not much support as going, no how to or anything which ubuntu has a TON of how to's and FC has one really good one. If you download the Ubuntu DVD its also a live CD so you can play around in it without actually installing it.

My vote goes to ubutnu on sheer how to's.

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Holy babies! How many of them are out there? Ohh man... I'm more confused than I was...
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about 500 or more. You could even build your own if you had the time and the knowledge
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Holy babies! How many of them are out there? Ohh man... I'm more confused than I was...
LOL

there are tons. We just listed some of the most popular ones.

FC6 will uses AIGLX more likely than XGL, if its included that is.
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about 500 or more. You could even build your own if you had the time and the knowledge
After I buy the book Linux for Idiots, I will build my own Linux called "Mr. Crabs"
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After I buy the book Linux for Idiots, I will build my own Linux called "Mr. Crabs"
haha - it'll take more than a linux for idiots book, let me assure you on that.
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Perhaps the best option is for you to look for a distro that you like, and then ask us if it would be a wise choice?
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okay... which one should I click on here? http://torrent.fedoraproject.org/

Can I make a dual boot?
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okay... which one should I click on here? http://torrent.fedoraproject.org/

Can I make a dual boot?
Pre-release. yes I'd suggest dual booting.

The final release of FC6 comes out soon.
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