If there aren't any Linux geeks on here, (and if you don't like being called a geek, just ignore that, because I like being a geek) then I have no place here. This is because I am very passionate about OSS (open-source software) and am likely to get into a long, and utterly useless debate over it with a Windows user or the likes. Anyway, if you do use Linux, what distro? I actually use Mandriva, but am good with Ubuntu as well. In the past, I have also tried OpenSuse 10.2,.3, and 11, but never did like it due to the way it handled things (e.g. YaST2 took too long, the Computer menu looked too much like KDE, the programs applet took too long to load, etc.) and Fedora Sulpher, which I didn't have much experience with due to the fact that it didn't support my graphics. I have used Ubuntu 6.06, 7.04, 7.10, 8.04, and like 30 seconds in 8.10. I started Mandriva in 2008.0, and for some strange reason, I got that when I tried to download 2008.1. Now I use 2009.0 with GNOME. KDE? What can I say. Looks too much like certain other OSes which getting away from was the point (yes, Windows! that means you!) Although they aren't Linux, I have experimented with OpenSolaris, which I couldn't get NDISWrapper set up on, and FreeBSD 7, which I couldn't even figure out how to install.