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After pitting the three against each other what followed was the battle of the century, as each distro pulled off one unique trick after another to stay on top of the game.
The latest Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala gets reviewed, along with the GNOME 2.28 desktop environment.
The latest version of the oldest surviving GNU/Linux distro comes with updates galore, including a KDE4 desktop and ext4 filesystem. It perhaps even has everything for a geek. However, whether it makes the cut for a typical desktop user is the real question.
Inspired by CRUX and started in March 2002 by Judd Vinet, the Arch Linux project might have been a late entrant into the world of distros. But within a short span of time, it has gained lots of fans, users and contributors. Arch Linux, according to its website, is a minimalist distribution aimed at intermediate Linux users who are not afraid of the command line.