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Hi Kaveek, I'm no big expert, but I would suggest you CentOS or Debian since they are pretty good for a server. Look them up on the internet. They are both kind-of lightweight, intuitive and easy to use. And they both have a great community and a…
If you cannot get rid of Windows, I would say to make a simple dual boot, no headache. Install both of them on your main hard drive, and put all your data on your second hdd (or a separate partition on your main hard drive) in ntfs or fat filesyste…
Since this is a Linux Mint OS specific question, you may want to look on their forum first, since you have a lot more chance that a Linux Mint's user already ran into this problem before. You can take a look at he Linux Mint forum here: http://fo…
Hi Zethnos, Like me (and many others), you are a creative person. We have a good imagionation and a lot of refreshing ideas. Some of them are time consuming and finding the right people get be hard. My answer is not magical, nor it provide a magi…