Re: what linux distro for LPI?

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On Mon, 2 Dec 2002, Marcus Miller @ Mobile Fun wrote:

>I have been using Linux at work for about a year now and have decided
>it is time to improve my knowledge. I am about to start studying the
>LPI qualification and need to get myself a Linux box to work on at home.
>I have decided to download redhat Linux 7.3 can anyone tell me any reason
>why this would not be a good idea or if there is a more suitable distro?

This mailing list is not for general-linux help.  It is dedicated to 
solving installation and administration problems for XFree86 for any OS.  
You will get more help if you ask on one of the lists specific to your 
problem.  Any of the current Linux distributions will be sufficient for 
your needs: Mandrake, Red Hat, Debian, Slackware, SuSE are all very 
mainstream and well-supported.  There are many, many other excellent 
distributions some with advantages for particular situations, but seeing 
as you're learning you're better joining a community with lots of 

Best wishes,
Oisin Feeley


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