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Old 23rd September 2004, 07:41 PM
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Distrowatch's Page Hit Linux distros ranking

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Interesting that Fedora comes second after Mandrake. I am also impressed with the large variety of Linux distros as I never heard some of them before.
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Old 23rd September 2004, 07:46 PM
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Interesting that Fedora comes second after Mandrake. I am also impressed with the large variety of Linux distros as I never heard some of them before.
fedora is been there for a while now.....reason why mandrake is in 1st place its because of more user friendly..

btw your link is broken i fixed in my reply...http://distrowatch.com/?newsid=01924#0
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Interesting that Fedora comes second after Mandrake. I am also impressed with the large variety of Linux distros as I never heard some of them before.
Your link has an error. Kindly correct it. I am not sure how Distrowatch monitors the distro ratings. I guess by number of downloads? Many flavours, many options. The power of the economy!
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i forgot to mention....that reflects the number of hits per day.....is not a ranking of any source.
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Old 23rd September 2004, 07:58 PM
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i forgot to mention....that reflects the number of hits per day.....is not a ranking of any source.
So its literally a distro Watch. Interesting
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Old 23rd September 2004, 08:31 PM
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Interesting that Fedora comes second after Mandrake. I am also impressed with the large variety of Linux distros as I never heard some of them before.
Notice #10, Damn Small Linux its a Linux distro that is on 50Megs!!!!!
Thats right 50Megs!!!! Its a complete desktop and runs on the oldest of hardware....very very powerful and the fact that it stays solid with the "big boys" tells you how good this "micro" distro is...packs a big punch in a small package!!!!

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