Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> As others have said, PCLinuxOS makes a decent entry because of its
> relatively high level of similarity to Windows. This makes transitions
> somewhat easier, even if it's only visual characteristics that give users
> further comfort.
> See this article from yesterday:
> http://www.tuxme.com/node/1174 ( PCLinuxOS - A pleasant surprise )
> Also, a screenshot gallery:
> PCLinuxOS in further action:
It uses apt for package management and it's yet the only distro that
configured my wireless network cards without any issues at all. Hats off to
the development team.
Sounds to me like this person had a hardware problem that PCLinuxOS
overcame, I can empathise with that :-)
Yes, I read it. I do like PCLinuxOS, but it won't play nice with all my
hardware, and MEPIS will.
Horses for courses :-)
I don't know if the people involved in the various distro's talk to each
other to find out why one works on a particular piece of hardware and