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Name the worst linux distro you’ve tried

Mine is Enso OS, its unreliable at all

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    Not sure if it counts and I can't remember what it was called but it was a port of android x86 to have an Ubuntu unity style desktop but the android was ported to a comparability layer and they prevented you from using regular applications...

    Plus it was sketchy as shit!
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    @vexusia this is about worst distros, that is the only distro to be 110% perfect
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    @vexusia HAHAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHAHAHHA
    I believe it’s a joke OS?
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    @teganburns And I suppose you use Arch?
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    Ubuntu 14.04 in school. It was slow, unresponsive and it broke everytime you tried to update it.
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    Objectively that would be my own distro with nothing but a pong game I wrote (put inside an initram compiled into the kernel). So a bootable pong, I loved it!
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    Arch. What’s the point in using it when to do anything you need to do 200 updAtes, compile half of the world and then it’ll just not work anyway
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    @Jacobgc Weird. Arch for me is the simplest one to install software. It's either in official repo or in aur with a pkgbuild that does everything for you.
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    @killermenpl oh shit yeah. That moment when you usually use arch and then have to help someone on Ubuntu
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    Having used just OpenSUSE, Fedora and Ubuntu, I'd say OpenSUSE. Wanted to try moving away from Ubuntu, installed OpenSUSE, and couldn't do shit because all their software repos were down in maintenance for an entire day and I was in a hurry to do things. But hey, at least it got me into KDE so I switched to Kubuntu.

    P. S.: I know it's a very stupid reason, but I was so angry this made me hate it :P
    Also yes, I'm a newbie in the Linux world.
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    @vexusia Friday, Friday, System is down on Friiiiiiday
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    @Jacobgc I never had any problems with Arch and needing to compile something is relatively rare. It's really not that hard to use, even installing is *relatively* easy, if you understand, what you do.
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