Linux distribution for laptop


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Trying to choose a Linux distro for a laptop, help.
Requirements:
1. The console X server not needed
2. Raise wlan from console

A couple of application items that are not distribution-dependent:
3. Dropbox
4. Console editor with syntax highlighting© and and preservation Usupov

As on the basis of a distribution is all the most simple to implement?
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Debian in minimal install.
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And unless from the console dropbox can work?
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But by almost any, I would chose Archlinux. In opensuse, there is yast console, which can be a lot convenient to set up.
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archlinux you can try. Small and convenient
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opensuse everything
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Simple: Ubuntu Server?
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I use regular Ubuntu 10.04 with ifup + wpa_supplicant, read more here:
\rwiki.debian.org/DebianEeePC/HowTo/Wifi (roam)
99% of the time I just turn on the laptop and I'm online.
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Editor Vim :)
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Sometimes you need a browser (chromium not only inhibits the Eee 1005РЕ), it yuzaetsya script wrapper that starts the xinit + e16 + chromium-browser.
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