The Five Best Desktop Linux Distributions
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While I wasn't there from the very start of Linux. I
was an early adopter. Even before Linux, though, I was a Unix
desktop user ranging from the early character interfaces such as
the Bourne shell to graphic Unix desktops such as SCO's Open
Desktop—better known back in the day as Open
Deathtrap—and Solaris's Looking Glass.
"In the last twenty years I've used almost every significant
Linux desktop out there, and was the editor-in-chief for many years
of Desktop Linux. In short, I know what I'm talking about."