> > I use RH because I need a distro I can support to my customers. It
> > has many deficiencies, but its installation routine is the most
> > end-user oriented that I have seen, and I need this because
> You should try Mandrake 7 - a superb installation routine, if sometimes a
> little patronising ie. "are you really sure you want to do an expert
> install" "really really really sure" type stuff. But for newbies using its
> standard install - it is easier to understand than Win98. The only hairy
> part, for a novice, is making the disk partitions and mount points - but
> even this has an auto choose option that chooses them for you..
>Gotta ditto that Peter - Mandrake appears to be much nicer and easier to use
than RedHat. The install is a piece of piddle, and I just think they made a
bit more of an effort with tweaking the GUI. One thing that really got me was
that all partitions are automatically mounted at boot, and icons for each are
added to the desktop. It's a little thing, but it's the little things that
 I can't say that definitively, because I haven't had a chance to work in
Linux locally of late.
 RedHat 6.2 that is - I haven't tried 7 yet.
 God, I'm alliterative today.
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