Specifically I don’t have anything in mind. In my experience when I have fooled around with different distro’s I would eventually look up and find a solution, but I haven’t had a great foundation to start with (I have a Linux+ book but I don’t have the time to study at the moment). So I am more looking for a distribution that can teach me the fundamentals of Linux, while also giving me skills that are applicable in the Enterprise.
For example, I am using unRAID to make VM’s, and I am not doing it myself. This has caused me some grief here and there when I need to edit XML files or change different things but I have unRAID in the way. On the other hand, I don’t even know how to start my own VM server so I can bypass it. Stuff like that.
Maybe my question should have been phrased as ‘Which distro will give me a proper understanding of concepts that I will see in the Enterprise?’.
Is CoreOS something like finding Server 2004 on my A+ exam? Where I shouldn’t really see it, but in case I run into it I should have a rough understanding of how to use it?