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Distribution review: Mepis Linux

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Barry Smith takes a look at the desktop Linux distribution, MEPIS.
You can run MEPIS from the CD, or you can install it to your hard drive and keep the CD as an emergency rescue disk. The nicest thing about this approach is that MEPIS comes with a variety of utilities set out in plain view on the desktop, with a sweet little menu system that even an ignorant end user can understand and use. This is an idea whose time is long since overdue in my opinion.

I have already decided one thing for certain. I am definitely going to keep a copy of MEPIS on hand at all times for emergency use.
 read more | mail this link | score:7220 | -Ray, December 10, 2003
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