windows migrant: choosing linux distribution

Joe Zeff joe at
Wed Nov 2 17:16:12 UTC 2011

On 11/02/2011 06:40 AM, Linux Tyro wrote:
> Well, I am looking for something in long terms, like the one with which
> I start, I should remain there. And it must be highly secured (though I
> know Linux is secured). But in future, I would learn the basics of
> administration too, so please guide me which is a better administration
> - rpm or deb?

Both are equally good; it's like asking if chocolate is better than 
vanilla.  And, most things you're going to install will be available in 
both forms.  If you're looking for a highly secured distribution (or, 
"distro") Fedora is one good choice, as it includes SELinux: "Security 
Enhanced Linux."

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