"...I have a difficult time pointing at much negative about Best
Linux. The installer is user friendly and fast. Autodetection of
hardware is good as well, and I like having the opportunity to
configure printer during install. The amount of software coming
with Best Linux is big, plus you get the Games CD (with the retail
edition), which I haven't had the time to try out yet."
"Besides from all this, I'm very pleased to see that Best Linux
by default do not start a load of (insecure) system services,
including web server, ftp server, telnet, etc. This is the way it
should be. Let this be a lesson to all other (well, many of them at
least) distribution not to do this. It can be a huge security risk
with all these system services running, if they aren't properly
"Only very few things displeased me, such as the 128 MB swap
limitation and the fact that I wasn't allowed to select my
OptiQuest V733. These are very small issues to me, and they don't
alter my over-all impression with Best Linux 2000 R2. I really like
this distribution, and I'm looking forward to new releases from the
Best Linux Team.[I've just found out 10 minutes ago that Best Linux
2000 R3 has been released today (Oct 25, 2000)]."
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