Most popular Linux distros
Jun 25, 2010, 00:03 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Which Linux distributions top the popularity charts?
"Clearly Ubuntu is among the most popular Linux distributions,
but which other versions of this operating system are proving
popular with users? Looking at a number of online lists, including
the popular Distrowatch site, a general idea of which Linux
versions are most popular emerges.
"10 Puppy Linux
"Puppy Linux is not only one of the most popular Linux versions
but also one of the smallest. Puppy Linux is an ultra-small version
of Linux that can be run from a range of media including USB drives
and CDs. The core version of Puppy is just over 50MB in size and
includes a working desktop. Versions with more features included
typically clock in at around 90MB."
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