You know, it would be interesting to see what is the most average Linux distribution. For example, take the most popular distributions (30 or so), then see how many of them have graphical installers, how many have text ones, how many ship GNOME by default, how many ship KDE, how many use RPM, how many use DEB etc. It would be interesting to see what the real average Linux distribution is.
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