/me concurs with Cid.
I didn't start running Linux
until around seven months ago, and I knew next to nothing
. It was that lack of knowledge
that made me choose Slack
. I think there's a fundamental difference between people who want to run
Linux and people who want to learn
Linux. I wanted to learn. Slack is a great distro
for people who want to jump in, get their hands dirty
, and not have some GUI configurator
do it for them. It ensures that you really know
your shit, because you need to if you're going to do anything at all productive
So, if you know what you're doing, you've paid your dues, and you're not looking for a challenge, sure, go with RedHat
, or Debian
, or whatever. You've earned it. Otherwise, I'd go Slack.