Snapcase wrote:And not Linux, but don't forget Unix (Solaris, BSD...)
Snapcase wrote:In my very limited knowledge, Debian and Debian based distros have an enormous quantity or packages available, and since they are the more popular and the more abundant distros you can get support in myriads of sites. For a new comer Debian seems to be the right tree to begin with. Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint alone have the biggest percentage of the whole Linux community users.
Knuckl3head wrote:all the website talking about them are biased in the direction of their favorite distro, and it is hard to find good information.
Knuckl3head wrote:Hey There,
I am trying to figure out the pros and cons of each major Linux Family.
I divide the Linux world into three parts:
The Debian Family: All the distros based on Debian, directly or indirectly
The Slackware Family: All the distros based on Slackware, directly or indirectly
The Fedora Family: All the distros based on Fedora, directly, or indirectly
I know there are pros and cons, but all the website talking about them are biased in the direction of their favorite distro, and it is hard to find good information.
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