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Linux Counter #269201

Distrowatch is an attempt to provide a basic feature list and a package comparison table of the major, some minor and regional Linux distributions.

Red Hat   Mandrake   SUSE   Debian   Slackware   Turbo Linux   Lindows  

Red Hat   LinuxJunior   Linux Links   Open Source   FirstLinux  

Linux Orbit   The Linux Documentation Project   freshmeat   linuxvoodoo  

Linux Central   Linux Questions  

  DesltopOS is focused on exploring the current alternatives and the future of Personal Computer Operating Systems, primarily in regards to Desktop and Laptop computers. The site serves to introduce people who are currently stuck using Microsoft Windows Operating Systems and Software but are interested in finding an alternative for their computing needs.

  GUI Linux a new website targeted at promoting the Linux Desktop and the companies & projects creating it.

  Red Hat began in 1994 and has become the largest and most recognized company dedicated to open source.
  LinuxJunior's mission is to provide a place for guests and members to learn about Linux, share their views and help each other.
  Linux Links is a collection of approximately 10,000 links to essential Linux web pages. the most useful Linux and Open Source news and information resource ever seen by human eyes.
  Open Source Development Network working to spread the word about Open Source to people who are just starting to learn what this whole movement is about.
  Linux Orbit committed to making the Linux desktop easier to understand and use for everyone.
  The Linux Documentation Project is working on developing free, high quality documentation for the GNU/Linux operating system.
  freshmeat maintains the Web's largest index of Unix and cross-platform software.
  linuxvoodoo's ultimate mission is to provide a way for anyone interested in Linux, to use Linux. Bringing you the latest news from the Linux World. Dedicated to keeping Linux users up-to-date, with concise news for all interests is designed to serve as the primary Internet-based source of information, insight and news relating to Linux and Open Source security issues, and is driven by the security needs of the users of the site.
  Linux Central was created and is maintained for Linux users by Linux users. The web site is here to act a central resource for Linux products, and Linux information.
  Linux Questions where Linux newbies can ask questions and Linux experts can offer advice.

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