Help me pick a linux distro.
Because I really don't know too much about it. I used it and I'm really thinking of making the switch (though I'd boot windows for stuff like battlefield 2) but I'm not sure which to use. I really don't care about KDE/Gnome. Though I like the whole Prettyness of KDE, I find Gnome easier to navigate, though I'm sure I could get used to KDE.
I think the only requirements are that it is widely supported, is easy to install programs (as in for most of them I don't have to do funky stuff with terminal), comes in 64 bit, and its simple to figure out. Other than that, I really don't care.
I'm thinking of Ubuntu (mainly because it is THE linux distro) though I'm open to Fedora, SUSE, and Debian (though its an integral (opposite of derivative) of Ubuntu) and other popular ones.
Oh, and I've got a networked drive and printer on a windows XP box. How will that work? My computer is on a wired connection to FYI.
Bamp? Any suggestions?
AMD Athlon 64X2 4200+, 2 GB ram, 2 TB HDD, Ubuntu+SAMBA ♫ Lenovo T410, i5@ 2.4 GHz, 4 GB ram, 7