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Not great, not terrible.

>> No.71573989
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>>71573824
>implying

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>>71573824
Ubuntu

>> No.71574091

It's true that the rolling release model can sometimes cause problems, but it's really nothing even an average user can't deal with. While it doesn't fully deserve its popularity, its flaws are greatly exaggerated on this board.

BUT ENOUGH ABOUT WINDOWS

>> No.71574141

>>71574091
Is Manjaro better?

>> No.71574168

>>71574091
>While it doesn't fully deserve its popularity
I think it does. Once you get around to actually using Arch, you don't really want to go to any other distro.

>> No.71574237

>>71574168
People are still stuck 10 years ago regarding arch. They think arch just breaks for no reason. The xorg memes don't apply to arch, at all. If anything if you need a rolling release distro that is simple to use and maintain, arch is the best choice.

t. debian and arch user.

>> No.71574301

>>71573824
Thanks OP for making the same thread again.

>> No.71574314

>>71573824
3.6 breakages per day

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>>71574314
Anon, the kernel is gone! It exploded!

>> No.71574513

Is Debian Sid better? Any experiences with it?

>> No.71574562

>>71574513
>no benefits of arch
>no benefits of debian
Yeah, hard pass.

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>>71573824
NixOS is a better minimalist distro desu

>> No.71574582

>>71574562
>no benefits of debian

explain pls

>> No.71574634

>>71574582
Sid's policy on both stability and security is "you're on your own buddo"

>> No.71574653

>>71574581
Guix > nix

>> No.71574663

>>71574379
explain to me how a linux kernel crashes

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>>71574663
I saw 1s and 0s on the floor, comrade Anon...

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>>71573824
is this an /rbmk/ or arch shill thread?

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>>71574743
>mfw Arch breaks again

>> No.71574857

>>not entering the void

Why even live?

>> No.71574869

>>71574237
I've definitely run into more random bugs on Arch than I ever did on Debian. How any distro with a rolling-release model and a reluctance to carry any patches on what comes from upstream could be different though I'm not sure.

>> No.71574912

>>71574869
I tried both Arch and Debian, and neither crashed.

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>>71574710
YOU DIDN'T!

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>>71575035
ENOUGH!

>> No.71575178

Ubuntu is better

>> No.71575632

>>71574379
>>71574663
>>71574710
Get to the infirmary, you're delusional

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>>71575632
We can always roll back... right, comrade? Right?!

>> No.71575724

>>71573824
running arch now for a year and its pretty comfy. AUR is pretty cool. Could I do the same with every other distro pretty sure, but again Arch it is now.

>> No.71576060

>>71574141
don't use manjaro unless either A) you wanna toy with it or B) you have a specific need for it. Mint or Ubuntu just-werk. You're going to be running into issues with manjaro

>> No.71576480

Arch is all right, they really need to fix their retarded tryhard installation process. Which gives you Manjaro, I recommended this to my Israeli friend and he likes it better than the Debian he was running (because newer packages).

Sure you might run into issues with things breaking because of the rolling release model, but them's the breaks of running an unstable distribution.


Personally I prefer Fedora, although I tend to distrohop a lot. Ubuntu is fine too.

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>>71575721
are you sure about that or have you been fed the propaganda numbers?

>> No.71576515

So uh if arch isn't great then what distro would be?
Please no gentoo

>> No.71576905

install tumbleweed and never worry about updates again
you can update after a year and it will work the same
if something breaks you can restore a snapshot in minutes

>> No.71576948

>>71576905
>rpm-based distros

Yikes!

>> No.71577077

>>71573824
perfect title OP this is my impression of arch

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>>71574141
If you want an easy Arch installer and some basic applications preinstalled, go with Antergos. It may be discontinued now but that doesn't matter too much as it uses the normal Arch repositories anyways. In fact I just installed it on another PC a few days ago.
I ran into several problems over the past months due to Manjaro's own repos, but it doesn't deserve all the shit it gets here on /g/

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