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Fav Distro, Spring '13

Mint
31% (784 votes)
Mageia
3% (81 votes)
*Ubuntu
15% (391 votes)
Fedora/Red Hat/CentOS
4% (111 votes)
Debian
7% (167 votes)
openSUSE
15% (370 votes)
Arch et al.
8% (191 votes)
OM/Mdv/ROSA
0% (8 votes)
Slackware
3% (68 votes)
Sabayon/Gentoo/Toorox
3% (76 votes)
MEPIS/Knoppix
1% (13 votes)
Puppy/Bodhi
1% (36 votes)
free *BSD
1% (22 votes)
Other
9% (217 votes)
Total votes: 2535

Favorite Distro voting

I think this list is incomplete... there are several other good distros that are not in this list.

I guess some people wanted to make sure Ubuntu won....

Big Grin

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