Which One Is The Best

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Which One Is The Best

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Hey Guys Which Distrobution Of Linux Is Best For Programming? :twisted: :evil:
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That's kinda like asking "What distro of windows is best for crashing?". All of them.
¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It works on my machine...

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Post by Chaos1986 »

Well Really What I Was Asking Is There A Distro Of Linux Geared Specifly Towards Programers? :twisted: :evil:
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Post by pseudo_opcode »

Well there's no such distro which is targeted at programmers, well if you really want an l33t distro, then i think Gentoo is the best, but its definetely not for newbies, its a real bitch to install, first time i did it, it took me approx 10 hours...

here's what its website says
We produce Gentoo Linux, a special flavor of Linux that can be automatically optimized and customized for just about any application or need. Extreme performance, configurability and a top-notch user and developer community are all hallmarks of the Gentoo experience.
warning:if you are a newbie.. dont even think of installing it..

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Post by XRAIDEDLOK »

gogeta70 wrote:That's kinda like asking "What distro of windows is best for crashing?". All of them.
lmao thats hilarious

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Post by p99 »

Everything you need to program can be installed on any linux system you want. So their really isn't a "perfect" one for it.

Ubuntu installs python ready but I think that's all. It doesn't even come with C installed. So you have to install that. Apt-get ftw!

Fedora, suse, most others will come with gcc installed so you can compile your C programs. Sometimes python and ruby, and possibly perl as well.

Just remember that you can almost make any linux distro do what another does. They are all based on the same thing anyways...

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