There has always been an argument between distro users of linux, which distro is the best. Let say one thing different distros are meant for different purposes. For example ubuntu is suited for home and office use, while backtrack is a must for penetration testing.
Nimblex suited for ones who are very specific of what they want in their computer. So here pointing out the most popular linux distributions which are: Debian, Slackware, Fedora, Mandriva, Suse, Ubuntu, Knoppix. Here is a brief introduction:
Debian: It is one of the oldest linux distributions. It was first developed by Ian Murdock. It supports about 15,000 packages on 11 architectures. Debian is known for its strong adherence to the Unix and free software philosophies, its stability and its huge community. Due to the high stability and quality it is mainly used in servers which need to be very stable. Continue reading