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Distro Picker almost correct

It picked Qubes for me as perfect match which seems odd, but may be I should just take a hint and try it?
That said, eight of the first 10 are spot on and I have used or am using them at one point or another, they certainly reflect my prefence for configurability and stability, i.e Gentoo, Slackware, Crux, CentOS, Debian, Salix. Nice work.

What happened to my desktop choice?

My selections included specifying KDE as 99% required. The recommended distro uses OpenBox.
Big Grin

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