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aoib578

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I agree and I am not so intoxicated (yet).

To my mind, the simplest way to make a decision on a Distro other then Ubuntu Studio is to identify what apps it has that are non-standard to Ubuntu Desktop, and then pursue one of two options:
  1. Set up VM's through Virtualbox, VMWare or other, take a Distro and install and add the requisite tools and try them, or
  2. For Debian-based Distros, use a Live USB scenario with Persistence loaded and do likewise?
Seems like a no-brainer.

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I will try everything with virtualbox.
I see no point in jumping from distro to distro, and the replies i got so far, confirmed this.
If i like whatever ubuntu flavor; i will stick with it for the next years, or more.
 

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When it comes to any kind of programming - it really doesn’t matter what distro you use!
That's certainly true for front end web development, but if you are doing bash scripting, windows isn't so great.
 

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Windows is an OS (well, a platform really), Jas was likely talking Linux Distros.
 
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