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The Difference Between Linux Distros

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This article discusses the major categories of difference between the various Linux distributions.
One major point of difference between GNU/Linux distributions is how they install themselves and configure the settings for your hardware. Nearly every distribution has a method of autodetecting your hardware and installing the proper driver modules and making the necessary adjustments to the system's configuration files.
 read more | score:8015 | -Ray, May 6, 2004
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