well I've used several distros and came to like Peanut as a packed 1 CD distro.
I do look forward to trying Arch, more bleeding edge
Off to using Peanut and Slackware, no hard feelings but I need my CD to burn, PDA and scanner to connect and arch won't do it.
i have used peanut linux for a couple of days .. its another based slackware distro but dispite its " easy " i think its not even as good as slackware so betwen peanut and slackware i go for slackware and betwen archlinux and slackware i must say i like arch better
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arch is way better than debian....
including peanut and other deb based distris ....
and i don't wanna talk bout rpm based distris, they are most evil
maybe I have a perfect signature _someday_
If someone ask me what kind of distributions I like, my answer will be - slackware, peanut, archlinux....
Peanut __WAS__ wonderful distribution.... but in last 6-7 months I can't see any movement on it's road...
Anyway, for stable and network machine I've prefer slackware, for easy-to-use desktop machine I've prefer Peanut (a 8-9 months ago when it was alive...).
Now I'm HAPPY with archlinux
This is perfect distribution for me
What I'm thinking about redhat,mandrake,debian,gento and so..... [NO_WORDS_HERE].... (as you can see, I don't like this distros :shock: )