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DaveAlbaugh wrote:Debian 7.2 with Scrivener 126.96.36.199 64 bit BETA.
Once again, asking which distro is best for something is entirely based on perception and individual preferences. Similar to some other comments here, my first introduction to Linux was with Red Hat 3.5 sans GUI. Manually installing and configuring a network card took quite a bit of learning on that system.
Now, Debian serves my tastes and uses great. I will one day look into Slackware, Fedora, Mint and a few others, but for right now, I'm content with Debian. So that's the best distro for me.
To answer your main question: the best distro for you is the one you will be comfortable setting up and using on a regular basis.
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