Word on the web:  

It's official: menuet is the sh*t, slitaz is the ultimate, ubuntu is the ultimate, debian is excellent, freedos is excellent, archlinux is brilliant, x is brilliant, puppy is cool, lfs is superb, opensuse is magnificent, dsl is a fine choice, centos is fairly good, openbsd is ok, dragonflybsd is mediocre, gentoo is mediocre, knoppix is mediocre, freebsd is average, solaris is so so, netbsd is passable, fedora is fair to middling, xp is fair to middling, win7 is not so good, slackware is crap, vista is like a bad smell, not enough data for pts dos.

Comparing archlinux vs centos vs debian vs dragonflybsd vs dsl vs fedora vs freebsd vs freedos vs gentoo vs knoppix vs lfs vs menuet vs netbsd vs openbsd vs opensuse vs pts dos vs puppy vs slackware vs slitaz vs solaris vs ubuntu vs vista vs win7 vs x vs xp
 Negative
 Positive
 HipRank
menuet
 99%
slitaz
 98%
ubuntu
 97%
debian
 95%
freedos
 94%
archlinux
 93%
x
 92%
puppy
 85%
lfs
 84%
opensuse
 79%
dsl
 78%
centos
 69%
openbsd
 68%
dragonflybsd
 66%
gentoo
 65%
knoppix
 65%
freebsd
 65%
solaris
 62%
netbsd
 59%
fedora
 54%
xp
 53%
win7
 46%
slackware
 30%
vista
 25%
pts dos
not enough data

Comments

On 9 March 2010 at 7:18 pm dongdo said:
gentoo is mediocre? bulls*it
On 27 April 2010 at 3:07 am centos said:
that's bs CentOS is better then menuetOS, beside's menuetos is not even on distro watch..
On 7 September 2010 at 12:25 pm Anticitizen said:
We can all agree on one thing about this. Vista sucks.
On 8 September 2010 at 10:06 pm keny said:
windows 7 is the best! i love dreamweaver, photoshop, crysis, pinnacle studio, etc, etc... i love to buy the ultimate iphone and connect it to my pc! i love windows!
On 8 December 2010 at 3:10 am PigfromHell said:
Where's Tinycore etc. Don't make this kind of "lists" if you rule out half of distro's.
On 20 January 2011 at 4:46 pm anon said:
Ouch! Windows XP and & better than Slackware!
On 7 February 2011 at 11:24 am cloks said:
menuet isnt linux therefor not on distro watch, "DISTRO"
On 14 May 2011 at 11:31 am seumas said:
What a joke. If n*body but those using an OS have heard of it (Menuet) then of course it gets a much higher approval rating.
On 13 October 2012 at 12:39 am Tamara said:
Well said Anticitizen! Can't we all just get along and agree to hate windows together? ;)
On 19 November 2012 at 2:10 pm gfdfgf said:
Lol Slackware is great :D also freebsd,gentoo and other are much better than this is showing......bulls*it
On 25 July 2013 at 8:57 am Kuntesh said:
Having used both Mandriva and Ubuntu under all sorts of configurations:Mandrivas bnfteies:1) X will always work, even when you mess it up, learning curve is greater, but it works.2) You will find all drivers for almost any configuration.3) 3D effects will install nicely with out a problem.4) Faster boot times and response time once its tweaked.In short, this distribution is the most complete of them all, but you need to be a bit geeky, it will work nicely.Ubuntu:1) Easier to install if you have the right harder, otherwise you are in for a lot of pain.2) Easier updates of new apps by default apt-get does a good job and the new graphical interface works good too. If Mandriva had this, Ubuntu would not be in the market at all.3) Nice setup for configuring different parts of your computer, provided it worked to begin with. If it gets messed up, better get another computer to surf the net, as the command line browser doesnt work by default.In short. Ubunto hardy heron has improved things, yet the shortcommings on drivers for Ubuntu leave it still as a second choice for a professional stand point.You need stability and dependability and want to spend less time fixing things when they go bad, choose Mandriva. You want something simple to install and that works, choose Ubuntu Both have excellent doc*mentation, but Ubuntu can be searched with a lot of ease.Mandrivas short commings, need a better installer, improve the help notes.Ubuntu's short comings, try installing it on a HPV25xx or a Dell600, the wireless card on the first wont work and the video card on the second will drive you nuts, then go to a life book, Ubuntu works alright, but Mandriva was faster and had better resolution from the get go. Configure Ip addresses on Unbuntu or Drake, Drake works all the time, Ubuntu gets messed up with IPV6 need a tweak.Other distributions:Red Hat use it or Mandriva for a serverSuse, Novell you could have done a lot better job.Peanut Linux It works and its coolTinyLinux nice deal.Caldera I regret ever buying a copy from you, back in 1994. How could you deal with MS, Novell you are going done the same path of death.Any company that aligns it self with MS dies.
On 28 July 2013 at 4:53 am Sunil said:
video card every time, so I'm certainly not rninung the best hardware setup.Still, it seems like they could at least break up the places where it could leave the system unbootable into smaller chunks. I mean, a 3 hour period where a crash means GAME OVER is a little nerve-wracking.Also, isn't there some way to detect which apt-get installs require interaction, so as to batch all the ones that don't (and aren't dependent on the aforementioned)? I had about two hours of wasted time this install, about the same last time.
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