>>https://fchan.xyz/g/374771FE what made you choose manjaro? I am using debian and its pretty comfy
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>>https://0x00000000.xyz/b/7621185E i might or might not have autism (my therapist said i act like assburger but that''s pretty much anecdotal evidence at best) it doesn''t require that much, #gentoo on IRC is usually very helpful. USE flags can be a bit intimidating if you don''t know what compiling software means. it took me like six months of using other distributions (mainly arch and debian) to learn enough to install it the first time. but the first time i realized that i didn''t know how to handle it really, so i went back to debian for some time, until i had problems with huion tablet kernel drivers. it was much easier to get it working with gentoo. overall, if you don''t mind compiling stuff it''s a very good distribution. you might need some know-how though, especially if you''re not following the installation guide to the T. for example, on my most recent install i was setting up disk encryption, and forgot to install the bootloader or something. this would have stupified me in the past, but i got over it pretty easily now tl;dr if you want more control you should definitely give it a try, it''s a fun learning experience. not that hard if you are accustomed to linux systems and aren''t afraid to ask on IRC
I''ve been using Ubuntu for a year now and I''ve been thinking of trying out other Linux distros. I''ve tried Linux Mint and that''s pretty good. But how about Manjaro or Arch? What''s the difference between the two? I''m thinking of installing either one on an old Dell PC.
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/F4AD2E9G If you''re ready to dive in head first arch is a learn experience. You will build your system from the ground up, but it takes time and patience. Manjaro is a prebuilt arch that should be avoided. Devs are dramatic cancer.
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/306FC64D >cool features Its the lack of features that make it cool, you build it yourself, that''s why it''s cool. If you want a distro with lots of neat features try out elementary os, now there''s some features. Fedora is also very good if you want something that just werks.
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/4ILTN01E i actually did decide to install it. been running it for about a month. i have been able to find pretty much 100% of the packages i used on debian on the main repo. and if i couldnt it wasnt really a package that i absolutely needed. also if later i cant find a package it will get me to make my own packages and contribute to the main repo. its pretty comfy desu.