I run Linux Mint from Virtual Machines, and feel paranoid about making a dual boot of another operating system, so until I can learn as much as I can from using a verity of Linux distributions, I continue to run other os's from VMs.
Distrowatch has brought me here, I have tried several distributions that are in Distrowatch's top 100, Ubuntu,
Fedora, openSUSE, Sabayon, gOS, and Mandriva to name a few. I have not tried the distribution in the number three spot and I have decided to try it, and after I did I deleted all VMs containing Ubuntu and replaced them with Linux Mint. I have Linux Mint pending as a dual boot along with openSUSE and Fedora, between the three I'm still deciding. Thank you for the time and effort placed into this operating system, it works like a dream on a VM.
Why can't we just get along?