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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:31:56 No.47150803

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what is your primary linux distro, and why?
(secondary linux distro doesnt matter)


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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:33:23 No.47150822
gentoo, been using it for years and cbf changing.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:38:30 No.47150886
>>47150822
don't worry, gcc5 will break it, so you have time to change

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:38:43 No.47150891
is ubuntu the most stable linux for gaming?

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:40:43 No.47150916
>>47150803

arch.

been using it for about 6 months. it's only what i want and so easy to maintain. don't see myself switching anytime soon.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:41:04 No.47150920
>>47150803
distros don't matter no more, just needs to be able to run docker.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:42:04 No.47150934
>>47150916
>easy to maintain
>constant ABI breakage

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:42:16 No.47150938
>>47150803
debian - i'm working on /g/ebian considering those lo/g/os fags are weebos.

>>47150891
back to /v/

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ebin 2015-03-23 02:43:28 No.47150959
xubuntu

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:44:24 No.47150979
Ubuntu, because it just werks and not OSX

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:45:02 No.47150987
>>47150886
how so?

>>47150920
is this really the future for desktop distros? :^)

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:45:46 No.47151002
>>47150934

not sure what you're saying, but it hasn't caused me any problems.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:45:53 No.47151005
>>47150979
only if it's lts.
otherwise enjoy your coming alpha systemd/mir releases.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:46:21 No.47151008
>>47150803

Elementary.

I'm a newbie Linux user so I wanted a babby Linux.

I tried Xubuntu, and it was good, too, but I just liked Elementary aesthetically..

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:47:17 No.47151019
>>47150987
>how so?
gcc5 gets pushed -> mass-compile needed -> half your packages fail

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:47:36 No.47151029
Ubuntu for now.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:49:07 No.47151051
>>47150916
i tried Arch, but I noticed that it requires some time to learn the basics. how long did it take you to get use to Arch??

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:49:25 No.47151055
ed.
Mint, because it's best not to learn TOO much. And the second reason is the pic.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:49:42 No.47151059
>>47150803
manjaro, because the antergos was fucked up

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:49:50 No.47151061
Mint on my laptop that I use almost exclusively for web browsing. Simply don't have interest in fooling around with Linux any more so Mint is fine for what I use it for.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:50:42 No.47151070
>>47151059
Antergos liveUSB*

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:50:58 No.47151073
>>47151008
cant wait for freya to come out

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:51:16 No.47151074
>>47150803
Deepin, looks good, and just werks

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:52:20 No.47151093
>>47150803
I installed arch for my dad because wine ran like shit on ubuntu

still don't understand why

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:54:08 No.47151118
>>47150803
NixOS

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:54:21 No.47151119
>>47151051
>a distro teaches one the distro
>no one is running arch in production
>zero sysadmin jobs for you

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:56:54 No.47151159
>>47150987
>is this really the future for desktop distros? :^)
Who's talking about desktop linux?
No one but some neckbeards try to use that.

Red Hat abandoned Desktop Linux years ago and even Canonical pivoted to mobile now.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:57:46 No.47151171
Trisquel.

I've been getting really serious about free software. I feel it's the most stable of the Linux-libre GNU operating systems.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:57:57 No.47151173
>>47150803
I believe you mean Leenux plus GANOO

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:58:25 No.47151180
>>47151074

PING PONG CHOW WOO MING WOO

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:58:27 No.47151181
>>47150803
RIPLinux
because that's what seems to be on the HBCD i keep using

otherwise full winfag, no loonixes installed to hard drives

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:58:41 No.47151182
I'm a student so they make me use a bunch of shit. Ubuntu for network programs, Centos for sever shit, arch for literally everything else.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 02:59:47 No.47151194
>>47151180
XIE XIE

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:00:02 No.47151197
>>47151171
>I've been getting really serious about free software
You sound like a consumer.
It doesn't matter what you consume.

Contribute or else.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:00:35 No.47151206
>>47151171
Before Trisquel I've been a Fedora ist since 15'

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:01:08 No.47151214
Debian, It Simply Functions

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:01:37 No.47151221
>>47151182
>net admin class
>'have to' use ubuntu for assignments
>install debian instead
>just werks
>passed no probs

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:04:27 No.47151254
Ubuntu Server for, well, my home server. Arch for my everyday computer.

I use CentOS a lot at work for VoIP systems. Am I the only one that doesn't like Red Hat-based distributions? They feel a lot more cumbersome than pretty much everything else.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:04:53 No.47151258
>>47151221
RHEL owns the server market almost completely, why are you using Debian-like systems?

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:04:55 No.47151259
>>47151197
Working on it. I don't feel like I'm a competent enough programmer to contribute to the project yet. But, I'm practicing, and studying the GNU code to learn how it all works.

Would you have any tips for someone genuinely interested in getting good at coding so I can contribute?

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:05:02 No.47151262
arch
it only has the software I want installed

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:05:59 No.47151278
>>47151262
software like gcc, because non-devs need that.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:06:35 No.47151289
>>47151278
Sorry, could you reformulate your sentence?

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:09:26 No.47151320
>>47151051

i've been using various distros off and on for about 15 years, but wouldn't have what i'd call a thorough understanding of the OS. before Arch i hadn't used linux for probably 5 years. even though it's seen as an overly complicated disto to run, i felt the more comfortable installing/running it than any other i've tried. the wiki has all the answers i've needed so far. good documentation is underrated, it's what separates arch from the rest in my opinion.

don't be intimidated by the beginner's guide and and installation guide. it walks you through the installation and basic configuration process so you can get a solid system up and running, and you'll learn a lot in the process. more than what other installation processes teach you, anyway.

after that, it's smooth sailing. "pacman -Syu" keeps you up to date, or "yaourt -Syua" to keep your AUR packages current as well. so easy.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:12:30 No.47151345
>>47151320
you will utterly fail red hat's linux certification with your arch knowledge

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Anonymous???? 2015-03-23 03:14:17 No.47151365
Gentoo because I hate having to deal with -dev pacakages and being forced to maintain my own compilation of an application just because the repo version didn't have a flag I need set.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:15:42 No.47151384
>>47151345

can't wait.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:16:22 No.47151396
>>47151365
Like USE flags work so well.
Let's try to get KDE w/o semantic search bloat through USE flags.

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Anonymous???? 2015-03-23 03:17:44 No.47151415
>>47151396
>Installing a DE
There's your problem. Useflags work fine.
-vqan is the perfect set of flags for portage too, lets you see all your flags for all the stuff you're getting ready to install.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:18:22 No.47151423
>>47150803
Xubuntu

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:19:08 No.47151431
>>47151320
>smooth sailing
>not reading NEWS
>using random AUR shit
>not maintaining any production software which can't be just recompiled all the time to counter constant ABI breakages

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:22:03 No.47151463
>>47151431

anything else you'd like to greentext?

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:24:37 No.47151493
>>47151415
>not using a DE
>still trying to use desktop linux

>only DE brings tools for (k)dbus/polkit
>having no printer
>having no wifi
>having no automount
>...

>using some ancient WM that doesn't even use cairo
>GUI is slower than in a full-blown DE

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Anonymous???? 2015-03-23 03:26:37 No.47151523
>>47151493
>having no printer
I don't know if that's true or not since I never use printers.

>having no wifi
>having no automount
Wrong. You can easily do both without a DE.

>using some ancient WM that doesn't even use cairo
cario is shit anyway. Compton is what you should be using. And why would I be using a WM that old when stuff like openbox and i3 exist?

>GUI is slower than in a full-blown DE
You mean it's less smooth than a full blown DE and that's still debatable.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:26:49 No.47151527
Arch/xfce4 with openbox WM

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:28:21 No.47151539
>>47151051
Honestly easier for than debian was. everything is in the AUr themes and other shit. so it's easier and quicker to get shit done.

And use evolution installer.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:29:34 No.47151550
>>47151493
>not being able to mount disks or connect wifi without a GUI

your mother probably dresses you too

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:31:16 No.47151577
>>47151550
>being root all the time to do such simple tasks
>wonders why one gets infected by rootkits

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:32:04 No.47151590
>>47151119

>no one is running arch in production

GUYS NO ONE IS RUNNING _______ IN PROD
>5 years behind

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Anonymous???? 2015-03-23 03:32:38 No.47151598
>>47151577
You are arguing into territory you're not familiar with. This is very clear.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:33:10 No.47151606
>>47151539
>debian: actual giving you sane default configs
>arch: just using upstream configs even when different projects have contradicting configs

>debian: secure by default
>arch: no security if you don't do it yourself

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:34:12 No.47151619
>>47151606

Leave, please.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:34:33 No.47151623
>>47151598
true, X11 already runs as root, so desktop linux is trivial to root

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:35:45 No.47151644
>>47151550
you are quite the leet haxxor

>>47151590
soz 100 mb of updates every day is never gonna fly

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:37:12 No.47151665
>>47151590
>actually looking for sysadmin jobs
Ubuntu has some foothold in clouds, otherwise it's still a RHEL monoculture

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:39:44 No.47151705
>>47151644

>never heard of weekly maintenance

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:43:35 No.47151767
>>47151705
soz 700 mb of updates every week is never gonna fly

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Ertain 2015-03-23 03:43:39 No.47151769
>>47150803
I use Linux Mint on my desktop and Elementary OS beta (Freya) on my laptop.

Feels good, man.

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<3?CUTE--T0MATO?<3 2015-03-23 03:44:41 No.47151784
>>47151365
>Firefox

Enjoy your bloat

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Anonymous???? 2015-03-23 03:45:14 No.47151796
>>47151784
Chromium on Linux is trash

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:46:03 No.47151801
>>47151705
>weekly maintenance
read security advisories and see if there's something to do

>arch:
nothing to do because there are no steady security notices

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:47:34 No.47151825
>>47151073

http://isfreyareleasedyet.com/

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:50:03 No.47151861
>>47151801
you just have to follow upstream and remember arch only supports full system-updates or nothing.

so instead of just applying the bugfix, enjoy qa'ing the whole new stack

p.s. there's no easy way to rollback not even for the kernel:
https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/16702?project=1&cat%5B0%5D=31&string=linux
enjoy your unbootable system

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:51:35 No.47151885
>>47151796
>Chromium is trash
ftfy

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Anonymous???? 2015-03-23 03:51:51 No.47151891
>>47151885
Best browser on OS X.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:52:36 No.47151899
>>47151891
>OS X

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:52:45 No.47151901
>>47151767
>employed

best of luck on your sysadmin job search.

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Anonymous???? 2015-03-23 03:53:26 No.47151906
>>47151899
The best desktop *nix OS by a wide margin.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:54:41 No.47151916
>>47151906
oh, you're a pedophile
that explains your horrible taste

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:56:33 No.47151950
>>47151796
>2015
>all browsers have sandboxes but firefox
>any security whole on ff is a critical one

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Anonymous???? 2015-03-23 03:57:43 No.47151967
>>47151916
>Thinks he's some kind of computer expert
>Still thinks OS X is locked down or whatever nonsense he read on /g/
What else is new?

>>47151950
Not an issue for me.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 03:59:39 No.47151997
xubuntu
I am a lazy fuck and it works. It doesn't work perfectly. It is very, very, very far from perfect. But it works, mostly in the way I want, and I don't need to change much from a fresh install to be entirely at home with it.

>>47151891
it really fucking is

why the hell is it so polished on OSX, meh on Windows, and completely shit on Linux (it used to be about equal on Linux with Windows for a while, after Chrome 32 or so was released, shit dropped off hard and it got slow as fuck on my shitbox for no reason, ended up switching back to Firefox on Linux)

I really don't understand.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 04:03:50 No.47152062
>>47151997
>Firefox on Linux
>polished
>still using GTK+2
>looks alien in every DE

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<3?CUTE--T0MATO?<3 2015-03-23 04:06:43 No.47152093
>>47151906
Weren't you just bragging about how you don't need WMs and run everything ultraminimal?

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Anonymous???? 2015-03-23 04:07:22 No.47152101
>>47152093
On Linux yes. I don't use Linux as my main OS anymore though.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 04:12:56 No.47152175
>>47151861
was pretty surprised how arch handles kernel updates coming from ubuntu, haven't had a kernel update fail in forever but still feels sketchy

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 04:13:20 No.47152185
Fedora since fedora 12 annd I'v have been reinstialling it eevery single month any of you guys reinstall yoour OS even if is right. I think I have a problem.

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<3?CUTE--T0MATO?<3 2015-03-23 04:16:44 No.47152226
>>47152101
I see. I meant DE btw not WM

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 04:17:41 No.47152238
>>47152062
I've said for years they need to convert that shit to Qt. Hell, they started to once and now it's just a half-assed done mess that barely runs even with tons of hacks and patches.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 04:19:29 No.47152255
what's the best distro for netbooks?

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 04:42:45 No.47152562
Antergos. Easy to install, recent versions of everything.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 04:46:46 No.47152615
I've been happy with Fedora since 21 released. How long is it going to be good for until I have to run away and install Alpine?

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:22:59 No.47152990
KDE Mint.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:26:02 No.47153021
Ubuntu server with OpenBox

it's the tits

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:28:02 No.47153039
>>47153021
>Ubuntu

xD

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:30:14 No.47153068
>>47153039
do you recommend something else?

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:36:51 No.47153120
>>47153068
Don't come here for approval. Go with your gut and hardware.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:40:11 No.47153141
>>47153068
Arch if you're a more advanced user otherwise no

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:43:48 No.47153163
>>47150916
Same here. Except I am not suer about not switching...

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:44:11 No.47153167
Arch L00nix

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:45:33 No.47153179
>>47153141
I tried arch, the only difference I felt was it's package manager. I've always used apt, so it's hard for me to switch

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:45:37 No.47153180
OpenSUSE

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:45:44 No.47153182
>>47150891
windows

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:54:53 No.47153257
>>47151254
because they are like this... add selinux and yur fucked if you are not from nsa

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 05:59:14 No.47153289
>>47150916
>>47150934
i think he means ABS... the arch build system. it has issues from time to time if you dont update it properly or carefully, but PKGBUILDS are simple enough to hammer out the bugs yourself when they're there.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:10:17 No.47153380
>>47153257
NSA only initially wrote SELinux.
Current codebase has prolly near zero lines from the NSA.

Apparmor is half-dead and even OpenSuse is now moving to SELinux.

>>47153289
archfag doesn't even know what an ABI is.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:21:33 No.47153472
>>47151197
or particpate on irc support

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:27:14 No.47153513
>>47150934
Only if you don't know what you're doing.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:29:59 No.47153532
>>47150803
ur mum

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:30:23 No.47153536
>>47153380
>>47153513
i'm confuse, what's abi matter when you're compiling from source, and if a lib breaks compatibility that's their fault and they should change the version

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:31:36 No.47153548
Ubuntu Gnome

I like it because the Ubuntu underpinnings Just Werk™ on my hardware with no configuring, and Gnome Shell is the best DE in my opinion. Sure Ubuntu development may be out of sync with the Gnome project but it makes little difference to me honestly.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:40:50 No.47153615
>>47153548
Enjoy your dead-end.
Gnome wants to switch to Wayland at the end of the year and Canonical is hellbend on having Mir ready for the next LTS.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:45:15 No.47153653
use debian mainly, but giving fedora a shot on my desktop, but still have a win7 partition for a few games coming out soon.

learning the ropes on that for now.

got two VPSs running now, one with debian the other with centos.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:47:10 No.47153669
>>47153615

I know I'm on borrowed time, I just haven't decided if I'm gonna switch to Fedora or if I actually want to learn Arch once and for all. I'm leaning Fedora.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:51:00 No.47153698
>>47150803
>Using Linux®
Eat shit, consumerist whores.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:51:15 No.47153702
I've been using arch as my daily driver for a couple of months now without any major issues, not sure if that's going to continue to hold true once gcc 5 comes around though

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:52:31 No.47153705
>>47150803
>Xubuntu
Because I'm a faggot

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:53:25 No.47153714
>>47150803
Manjaro

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:54:25 No.47153727
Started using ubuntu for the first time ever a few days ago.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:54:54 No.47153734
So between Antergos and Manjaro, what is the better arch4noobs distro? In the little research I've done it seems like Antergos has the edge.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:55:27 No.47153742
man
so little manjaro in this thread

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:55:37 No.47153744
>>47153021
>>47153039
>>47153068
>>47153141
Ubuntu's fine if you're not using unity.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:55:58 No.47153747
>>47153727

How are you liking it so far?

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:57:07 No.47153759
>>47153742
a niche-ier niche you are in.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:57:48 No.47153764
>>47150803
ubuntu = human
arch = faggot wannab
gentoo = autist
anything else = lel tier

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:58:57 No.47153771
>>47153742
>>47153759
I use it. Pretty happy with it. Although 2 weeks ago an update trashed my user profile, and I had to set up a new one and migrate my data over to it. Working fine now.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 06:59:19 No.47153774
>>47153764
canonical shill, go home.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 07:03:21 No.47153811
>>47153764
ubuntu is for race mixing cucks

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 07:07:37 No.47153842
Normalfag here with a protip. In the "real world" people arent using gentoo and arch. They use debian, suse, and RH.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 07:11:03 No.47153865
>>47153842
>oh my god stacy, that guy is using gentoo!
>like oh my god, what a fucking loser
>i know, he could at least use debian or a rpm based distro

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 07:12:43 No.47153879
>>47153865
>I will never have a job
>I will never shave my neck
>I will never be at a healthy weight
>b-b-but at least I can install gentoo

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 07:13:56 No.47153885
Fedora because red hat

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 07:13:59 No.47153886
>>47153879

jokes on you i have no skills

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 07:16:21 No.47153897
Ubuntu Ltr.
everything else is non polished bullshit.

> mfw canonical does a better job than freetards At their own jobs.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 07:19:58 No.47153921
>>47150803
manjaro masterrace reporting in

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 07:50:53 No.47154155
>>47153897
yfw you are the only sad bastard that believes a word of that gibberish you just posted there.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 08:09:57 No.47154272
Arch

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 08:49:45 No.47154537
>>47150803
Slackware

still setting up thogh

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 09:40:19 No.47154918
>>47153842
>They use debian, suse, and RH.
Real world is like
Ubuntu: 20 million users
OpenSuse: 400,000 users
Fedora: 100,00 users
Others: don't register
https://lizards.opensuse.org/2013/08/23/more-on-statistics/

Debian has hardly a Desktop presence. Hard to install, missing drivers, ancient software versions.

All in all it's basically all Ubuntu, tho Linux Desktop peaked in 2009.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 09:42:14 No.47154940
>>47153811
Three men can't racemix though.

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 09:43:01 No.47154950
>>47150916
same, been using it for about 1 and half years now

tried gentoo too but compiling everything is really just a huge hassle and the speedup you get from use and makeflags is really not that noticeable to me

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Anonymous 2015-03-23 09:59:25 No.47155099
>>47154155
Just look at the numbers.
Canonical really did bring linux desktop forward.

Now of course freetards are butthurt that someone actually took a leadership role in desktop linux.







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