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Which Linux version should I start with?

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hemant2007

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hi to all
i am new in linux world
and i want to learn linux
so can anybody guide me about which linux ver should i use to start with ??

also give me links to download.

thanks in advance
 

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Re: New in LinuX world !

Take a look at Ubuntu, in my opinion, one of the easiest (if not the easiest) linux distros nowadays. I think it's ideal for beginners:

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Re: New in LinuX world !

No doubt Ubuntu 8.04 , start with LiveCD
you will get lot of help from internet for ubuntu

see https://shibuvarkala.blogspot.com for different desktops available for you
and lot of blogs and sites are available

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New in LinuX world !

u can look carefully on ubuntu manual
 

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New in LinuX world !

for a beginner I'd recommend using a virtual machine like microsoft virtual pc 2007 (it's free)
and Open SUSE or Mandriva .
 

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