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Old 08-10-2004, 11:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question a good 64 bit liux

hello all

I need a good 64bit linux after trying xp64 Beta and not likeing it i have decided that Linux is the way to go. But i have abslutly no experence with Linux so an OS that is easy to use is a must.

also the partition i will use has ntfs from win64 will that be a problem.

any help would be mutch apprecated.
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Old 08-11-2004, 05:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Pesonally I think Mandrake Linux is the easiest Linux, but I'm not very sure it comes with a 65bits version.

Myself I used to have SuSe Linux 7.0 Pro, and it had no problem detecting NTFS partitions, but I couldn't install on them...it used its own standards

I needen 3 differnt partitions for SuSe Linux..I think one for boot, one for virtual memory/pagefile and one for the files

Good luck with Linux, it really is an awesome OS!
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