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If you are in this to learn Linux you should probably install everything. You can select all of the packages individually, or you can scroll down to the bottom and select the package entitled ``Everything.'' If you want to select the packages individually you can pick from a long list that includes Servers, Development (compilers), Text editing, Kernel Development, and many more. When you first begin it is probably to install everything and learn what is useful. You can later decide what you do and do not like.

Joseph Colton 2002-09-24