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Edward D.
user 22074791
Syracuse, NY
Post #: 3
list people's favorite Linux distrobutions and how to use
It's command line
Jeff M.
Syracuse, NY
Post #: 4
Q1: Mint
Q2: Surprisingly dont really have a preference.
Edward D.
user 22074791
Syracuse, NY
Post #: 4
I just started exploring Linux 2 weeks ago and i am leaning to ubuntu
A former member
Post #: 1
Ubuntu is nice but if you want to learn Linux for a corporate environment you should try CentOS 5.

Because it's the equivalent of the open version of RHEL 5.

You really need to learn how package management works thinks like yum and rpm.

If you use ubuntu you will be mostly visual and gui based unless you hit the command line and even then you will get experience mostly with apt-get and dpkg the ubuntu package managers and you wont see that in corporate too much.
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