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Hi, Could you tell me what version of Linux is the most stable and with most lib modules to do pearl and perl/TK? I really appreciate your experience. Marco. --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - 50x more storage than other providers!...

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    Default Help a newbie to pick best version of Linux for Perl and perl/TK.


    Hi, Could you tell me what version of Linux is the most stable and

    with most lib modules to do pearl and perl/TK?

    I really appreciate your experience.
    Marco.


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    Default Re: Help a newbie to pick best version of Linux for Perl and perl/TK.

    Marco Perl wrote: 

    What exactly are you talking about? Almost all Linux distributions are "stable"
    and come with Perl. Usually, the version of the Linux kernel won't affect
    anything in Perl or Perl/Tk, either.

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    Marco Perl wrote: 

    http:/www.freebsd.org

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    Marco Perl said: 
    Hi Marco,
    Hmmm, how to start a flame war :)

    <off topic a bit>
    I use debian myself, which has a reputation for stability. So what. They're all good. I reccomend using whatever distribution your friends are using or is popular at your friendly local linux users group.

    knoppix http://www.knoppix.org boots of a cd so you can play with it
    while you make up your mind if it's for you without messing around with
    hard disk reformatting until you are sure.

    <back on topic>

    As far as I am aware, all current distributions come with Perl 5.8+ as
    standard, cpan does the rest for you, including TK.


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    thank you so much.
    regards,
    Marco.


    --- Harald Richard Ashburner <unsw.edu.au>
    wrote: 
    > most stable and 
    > Hi Marco,
    > Hmmm, how to start a flame war :)
    >
    > <off topic a bit>
    > I use debian myself, which has a reputation for
    > stability. So what. They're all good. I reccomend
    > using whatever distribution your friends are using
    > or is popular at your friendly local linux users
    > group.
    >
    > knoppix http://www.knoppix.org boots of a cd so you
    > can play with it
    > while you make up your mind if it's for you without
    > messing around with
    > hard disk reformatting until you are sure.
    >
    > <back on topic>
    >
    > As far as I am aware, all current distributions come
    > with Perl 5.8+ as
    > standard, cpan does the rest for you, including TK.
    >
    >
    > --
    > Kind regards,
    > Hal Ashburner
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