I would like a list of some good, very stable (emphasis on stable) Distro for business. I need basically good printing support, libreoffice and/or OpenOffice (Microsoft word, and excel) PDF and .XPS export and import/viewier. I need a mail client.
I need to be able to open, view and edit PDF files. I need to be able to export Excel documents as PDF.
Fedora 17 is just abuot to hit EOL. And I try to give 19 a try... Let say I don't feel like using it again. Mostly what I look for: Is it stable. 2) And does it have good support for wacom and powerline adapter?
Linux Distro I don't want is Ubuntu(any version) and Arch Linux! I mostly stay away from Debian type of linux. Most of the time I find them to unstable to me.
Short answer ... no.Long answer, there are many ways to upgrade packages ... It's kinda a tradeoff deal, you want a distro based on Debian stable, then you don't get cutting edge ... but you get what's considered stable. Which like everything ... is bound to have pro's + cons. Version chasing isn't necessarily a good thing anyway.
Hey guys,i know this has been tossed around a bunch of times, but Im looking for a distro that I can use for work. Im a system admin, so i need to be able to manage my servers,network gear. Im currently running mint on my laptop and it seems pretty good, but I was debating if something like Core or Cent would be a better fit.
A while ago I was asking for comments about a good programmer's distro for an older laptop.
This time I'd like to hear comments about a good embedded programmer's distro for older 3-core phenom machine.
The way I define good here:
1) Freely downloaded from the net
2) Well equipped with easily installed SW development tools (targeted to programmers, or at least not away from programmers)