Re: what linux distro for LPI?

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I second using Slackware to learn from. I'm a big slackware fan.

However, once you feel pretty comfortable with at least one of the major distros, I would suggest you learn in more depth by building your own distro with Linux From Scratch:

you don't have to build a complete desktop or server distro that way (at least not to start) - it would be instructive to build a boot/root floppy pair that would run off a ramdisk the way most installers do.


Michael D. Crawford
GoingWare Inc. - Expert Software Development and Consulting

Tilting at Windmills for a Better Tomorrow.


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