The versions of Linux that have been tested and found good with the Linux Support Tools are listed on the tool's
download page -- mainly Red Hat Linux and SuSE Linux. Red Hat's Fedora should also work. If you go to the newsgroup microsoft.public.virtualserver, you can almost always find good advice to get the tools to run in most breeds of Linux.
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