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Hi well as you know I'am new to world Linux I'am Real Good with MsDos ver1 thur 6.22 & MsWindows ver1 thur OSR2 & NT3.1 thur NT4 & OS/2 Wrap ver 1 thur 4 & Geowork 1 thur 2 & OpenDos boy wood I love to get hand on Onx But cost a lot for this one but now I don't know in thing about Linux HELP!!!!!!!  here what I got in my system
PnP EPoX MotherBoard 512cache with Intel TX chipset
2 32meg 168 Dimm 3.3 unbuffered
PnP Ati Xpression +PC2TV Pci 4meg
PnP Sound Blaster 64
PnP Sound Blaster 6x CD-Rom EIDE
PnP USR Sporter 33.6 Faxmodem
3 1/2 Tech Drive
Maxtor  1,2gig
Fujitsu 1,7gig
Digiview 14" Monitor
Iomega Zip 100 Drive
Star NX-2420 Rainbow dot matix
so hope this help

I'am looking Buy a copy of this But witch one will be the eazy to run and support my Hadware
Linux Slackware 3.3 or Turbo Linux Rad Hat 4.2 or FreeBSD 2.2.2
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In my opinion I would run Slackware. Great for people new to Linux and free. Easy to install and run and will support your config.

If you need more info go to www.linux.org.

For info about free BSD go to www.freebsd.org

Regards,

Jason
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