I prefer SUSE...
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it's pretty easy to learn...
you can run both KDE and GNOME (if needed)
It has all packages you would need
It has enterprise support if you need it
drivers for most things work with SUSE or Red Hat..
and.. because I have been using it for 10+ years...
Ubuntu is a good start too.. It's more of a manual process though..
It's really a personal choice I think..
I am leasing a server and inted to (I think) install SUSE and then WMware workstation.
The server has 4 x 600 gb SAS disks in two Raid 1 pairs.
The server guy is asking what "Disk Partioning Scheme" to use.
What do I say?
PS shoild an inexprienced user use the LATEST version of SUSE, or go back one release?
Complete stability is my aim.