Nuke wrote:I have AntiX on an old PC, and I mean a Pentium II, just for fun. In GUI mode it is too slow but I just use it as a terminal. It is a slimmed version of Mepis (both are based on Debian) which ironically is not mentioned.
Nuke wrote:But why did they put "Ultimate Edition" in the "beginner-friendly" when they describe it as "disorienting .... comprehensive ... can confuse users"?
Nuke wrote:I am also suprised how dismissive they are of CentOS : "Nearly superceded by alternatives lke scientific Linux". In Distrowatch : Centos 11th, Scientific 46th. CentOS is a fixture in the corporate server world - I believe that Netcraft runs on it for example.
geekybodhi wrote:Mepis hasn't had a stable release since 2011 and only had alpha releases in 2012.
johnhudson wrote:Scientific has been rather quicker to get out new versions than CentOS which may be more significant for enterprise users who probably don't search Distrowatch.
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