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Linux Journal's Readers' Choice Awards 2010

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The votes are in! Read on to find out how your favorites fared in this year's awards.

Best Linux Distribution
Ubuntu

Honorable Mention/Runner Up: PCLinuxOS
Third Place: Debian
Fourth Place: Fedora
Fifth Place: Pardus

Best Desktop Environment
Tie: GNOME and KDE

Runner Up: Xfce
Third Place: LXDE
Fourth Place: Fluxbox

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Fiesty

A feisty, upwardly mobile distro, PCLinuxOS, grew from the single digits to a full 15%, meriting a worthy honorable mention recognition. Not too shabby for a little home grown distribution with almost no financial backing.

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