1996 Readers' Choice Awards
Welcome to Linux Journal's second annual Readers' Choice Awards.
In response to requests for more choices, last year's three categories have been expanded to ten. We've added several categories, including the hotly contested “Favorite CD-ROM Distribution”.
Our survey was conducted through the Linux Journal web site, where the voting was open for two weeks. The survey, though unscientific, gives us an idea of what our readers are using, what they like and what they'd like to see more of in Linux Journal.
Now, the results...
Favorite CD-ROM Distribution
Winner: Official Red Hat Linux
Runner-up: Debian Linux
Favorite Text Editor
Favorite Word Processor or Text Processor
Winner: WordPerfect 6.0 for Linux
Favorite Development Tool
“For me it is difficult to decide if I prefer gcc or Perl5.”
—Jan “Yenya” Kasprzak
Favorite Serial Interface Board
Runner-up: Comtrol Rocketport
“I selected Intel as my favourite platform...Alpha and PPC chips have taken far too long to come out on inexpensive, reliable clone motherboards rather than expensive name brand stuff. I can't wait for the day when superior chips are as inexpensively ubiquitous as the x86 chips.”
Favorite New Linux Book
Winner: Linux System Administration Guide by Lars Wirzenius Available at sunsite.uc.edu/mdw/linux.html#ldp
Runner-up: Inside Linux by Randolph Bentson Published by SSC
Favorite Overall Linux Book
Winner: Linux Network Administrators Guide by Olaf Kirch Published by SSC Runner-up: Running Linux by Matt Welsh and Lar Kaufman Published by O'Reilly & Associates, Inc
More information about the products included in this article (or other Linux hardware and software) is available through www.ssc.com/linux/.
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- Ensono M.O.
- Own Your DNS Data
- Teradici's Cloud Access Platform: "Plug & Play" Cloud for the Enterprise
- Simple Server Hardening
- Understanding Firewalld in Multi-Zone Configurations
- Returning Values from Bash Functions
- From vs. to + for Microsoft and Linux
- Bash Shell Script: Building a Better March Madness Bracket
- Natalie Rusk's Scratch Coding Cards (No Starch Press)