"This year over 6,500 readers voted in 24 categories,
from favorite Linux book and office suite, to favorite
communications board and backup utility. Thank you to everyone who
participated. Now, on to the results.
1. Red Hat 2. Debian 3. Mandrake
Red Hat received 30% of the votes this year, repeating their
victory from last year. Debian moved from fourth to second place
this year, and Mandrake stayed at third. Linux from Scratch and the
Polish Linux Distribution (PLD) were the most popular
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