lvm

A number of tutorials have been published on this site, written with the non-expert user in mind. Most of the tutorials have been on how to configure Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in the Linux distros with support for it. To make it easier to find these tutorials, we a listing them all in this post. So here they are in order of their date of publication:

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  1. Unfort. is gOS dead!

    i would recommend for starters:

    Ubuntu 11.xx (Unity may for some ppl be annoying, tho its easy as an Iphone)

    LinuxMint 12.x very nice usability i tested Gnome edition and must say its easy to handle.

    Mandriva nice too, didn’t have as much time to test is as the other 2 but its very intuitive and nice looking, tho i think i would rather start with the upper 2

    Debian 6.x i am really new to Linux and i tried many Distributions and i liked Debian from the start. Some will say its not user friendly, i must admit its not as user friendly as Ubuntu or LinuxMint but if you know what you need and if you know where to search, its as easy as the other 2 and somehow i liked Debian most, very stable, everything worked (skype, Webcam, drivers, just anything) Ubuntu was a bit tricky for me so i needed a script to get my camera started on Skype, i got the script from youtube.

    I would recommend those 4 to everyone, its just my 5 cents.

  2. Slackware is perfect and don’t have a graphical installer. To be honest, I don’t think that yours pre-requisits are valid to chose a “perfect distro”.

  3. I have had opportunity of using GNU/Linux professionally, including in teaching and providing small business services for more than fifteen years.

    During that time, many distributions have come and gone, but fortunately the better quality, more stable distos have endured, all of which I have thoroughly evaluated and tested.

    One recommendation not often mentioned that is suitable for the person writing seeking Distro for Linux beginner is G/OS – http://www.thinkgos.com – which ran reliably and succesfully on many Netbooks early on, before Microsoft subverted the Linux Netbook market.

    It is Ubuntu LTS based, with Google apps to simplify task like Mail, News, docs, etc. and has been a absolute success on fourty plus PCs on which I have installed it, from 80+ years of age PC first timers to small businesses and schools.

    W. Anderson

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