R-beta: which Linux - again
lgygax at amath.unizh.ch
Thu Jul 16 15:18:53 CEST 1998
I think this question has been raised very recently but I think I didn't
see repsonses on the list nor did I find the thread in the archives. (If
it is there I'd appreciate directions ...)
I am about to install Linux on a Compaq notebook. One important thing I
want to do is being able to run R. I have fiddled with different
distributions of Linux (LST, SuSE, Debian) and can not really make up my
mind for which flavour I should opt (possibly even a different one from
those, e.g. Slackware or RedHat).
Any thoughts or suggestions?
Thank you very much!
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