I'm done distro-hopping: my tour of the Linux world was awesome.
Games are over:
I'm planning to dual-boot my PC with a Linux Distro and Windows 7. So far, I have filtered the long list of candidates for my production setup into this short list:
Ubuntu - Lucid Lynx
Cloverleaf-Linux - if it comes out.
SolusOS stands out like bird poop on a black shoe and there's nothing stopping me, with the exception of... well, there's no 64 bit at the SolusOS download page and that really kills the advantage.
Lucid is old and support days are long gone. Unity is a major abstraction from the prouctivity side of 12.04 and forward. In fact, I will never again be using Ubuntu in it's U form - My arms are still open to Kubuntu and Xubuntu.
Xubuntu - Xubuntu is young and powerful and I love it - only thing that can compete with SolusOS
Cloverleaf-Linux - The dudes are still in the artwork phase.
So, which of them, according to you, is best? And, can anybody tell me where I can get a good copy of 64 bit SolusOS stable?