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    Ubuntu I would say. I started with this operating system from scratch when I was so new to Linux so I think it best suits for beginners who want to master Linux later on. At first, I also considered Mint and Ubuntu and I could see that Mint is a bit more simple to start with. However, Ubuntu is more user-friendly and can provide a larger amount of program package. You could search for both system and make your choice, but to consider the long-term Ubuntu has more potential.
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    even beginners can learn several terminal comands, sudo apt-get update, and upgrade, install, etc, there is GUI for many things, so, debian is the best

 

 
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