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severely off topic - computer operating systems


I know it's mostly lawyers at BSD, but there are a few tech minded folk in here and i was hoping I could hear about your favorite Linux Versions and how i can make em fit together.

They all have access to each other through the home network... through windows... to be honest.. I havent even tried to look at them through the network using ubuntu (which is the only one I have set as a dual boot right now... Can i do something like that? Im not sure i just want to play in ubuntu, so can like Mint or fedora work together with ubuntu or do I need to make them all the same? and if that's what I need to do, is fedora really the one I want to be using, since red hat seems to be the enterprise networking linux king?

any advice would be taken, read, analyzed, compared with what Ive found elsewhere, and then most likely followed... just cause id learn how it fit together anyway, even if it wasnt exactly what i was trying to get...

Thanks in advance for all your help.

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