Ive been using Ubuntu for years now. However, having worked with both Fedora and SUSE as well, Ive always been very open to the idea of trying out other distributions. I recently stumbled upon MEPIS Linux.
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The installation of MEPIS was very easy. Since I was using a fresh hard drive, I started with the automated installation, which set up separate partitions for MEPIS, swap, and my home directory. This is a particularly exciting default partitioning scheme, since it gives me the ability to reinstall MEPIS (or to install a new flavor of Linux) without losing my documents and configurations.