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Maartz
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Everytime I see a topic about Linux ...

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  • 8
    @condor @gitlog. Hmmm seems like our team is inside trojan horse.
  • 6
    @Haxk20 Seems... We're being blamed to get Trojan horses into houses!!!

    Gruesome!!!

    Being the first member of Arch team on devRant, I CAN'T ALLOW THIS /s

    Well I still can't allow this ;P
  • 5
    @Maartz choose the punishment of your choice before we, the Arch Linux users give you one!!!1
  • 2
    @gitlog Shit we cant allow that. We are very good people. This rant shall be removed.
  • 3
    @gitlog. If he doesnt choose then he must install arch on VM without wiki.
  • 2
    @Haxk20 XD yeah it owes to be removed from the entirety of devRant, AND the meme world!
  • 4
    @Maartz due to your delay in choosing the punishment, @Haxk20 (the founder of the arch team on devRant) 's punishment has to be validated from NOW!!
  • 3
    @gitlog sorry for the delay, I was at kindergarten.
    The punishment could be use Windows server 2008 as OS for your infrastructure.
  • 9
    Being forced to deploy MS Server 2003 with SQL Server and actually making it secure enough to be put on the internet would be a nice punishment I think 😏

    Btw I use Arch 😎
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    @Maartz and I'll pentest it 😈
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    Haha this is great.

    BTW I use Arch
  • 3
    @tullo-x86 actually, I just switched from Fedora to Manjaro (gaming on Fedora wasn't going so smoothly).
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    BTW I use Windows
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    Archole?
  • 1
    @theKarlisK ++ for Dethklok.
  • 3
    @cafecortado Bad idea, mate, that was definetly a bad idea.
    don't you know the first rule of devrant? Never talk about the winblows club
  • 0
    @theKarlisK So what’s your opinion about Manjaro?
    Bcz I’m on Fedora and I’m wondering which distro I’ll choose.
  • 1
    @Maartz I'm currently using Fedora on my work PC and Manjaro on my home PC. In favor of Manjaro, I can say this:
    - Wider range and often newer versions of available software;
    - Better hardware support (Select non-free drivers during the initial installation and it'll get most if not all of your hardware properly set up);
    - More flexible - as anexample, I can have IPTables + UFW installed on Manjaro, then go "meh" and just uninstall them and install FirewallD, or any other firewall, on Fedora it's pretty much only FirewallD or IPTables (and even when you switch to IPTables, you're suppose to disable not uninstall firewalld)... basically, you can swap out just about any component;
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    @theKarlisK thanks man, you made my day.
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    @Maartz in favor of Fedora:
    - Has SELinux (extra layer of protection);
    - Updates are more stable (you may once in a while have to do a workaround/fix on Manjaro because something broke), tho, can be behind, this is especially true for drivers;
    - Better support for LibVirt (for creating and running VMs on your PC), tho newer/fresher Git version might be available on Aur for Manjaro;
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    @Maartz I'm not done yet >:D

    In the end, as I ran both on my PC at home, I noticed that I had better FPS and general performance when regarding gaming on Manjaro than Fedora - that could be because of the newer version of nvidia drivers, which were available to me (396.0 on Manjaro).
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    @theKarlisK that’s what I would say a good recap.
    Thanks again ;)
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    Arch is for plebs. I use Gentoo xd
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    @theKarlisK you can have those on Fedora too, labeled as beta drivers
  • 0
    @QCat I gave Fedora a run before going with Manjaro, I had all the optional stuff (RPMFusion repo, etc) added, enabled and so forth... still wasn't quite all up to snuff. And since I noticed the slight improvement in games on Manjaro over Fedora, that was enough to make me stay permanently.
  • 1
    @theKarlisK well, since I need to have dual boot Linux/Win10/OpenBSD anyway, I use Fedora and game on windows
  • 0
    @QCat I went balls to the wall and commited to Manjaro fully. I think GTA V is currently the only game I haven't gotten/tried running under Linux (it's because the full install weighs in at around 60GB and I'm too impatient to wait for it to download) ... oh and "Homebrew" actually, everything else either has a Linux version, runs fine under Lutris or just Wine, works with Steam Proton...

    However, it would seem anything by Ubisoft that comes with their garbage forceware known as 'UPlay' doesn't work under Linux. I also get the feeling that most Windows games that have been written in C# are less likely to run under Linux...

    But for the most part, me - I'm happy. And I'm sure that it's highly case-by-case situations where the same exact games run better ir just as good on Fedora in comparison to my Manjaro situation ... it depends in the HW I'm sure.
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    @theKarlisK it depends also on the usecase. I have to have Visual Studio anyway, so having Windows installed is not an issue, my gaming computer is also my work computer
  • 0
    @QCat I have Visual Studio as well. :)

    ...I mean, it's Visual Studio Code, but it's the same thing anyway. /S

    For the most part I've found either better or good enough alternatives to what I had on Windows ... most were multi-OS compatible from the start anyway
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    @arcsaber true dat - I looked at Gentoo and 2004 looked back, so I swiftly closed the door on it.
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    You have made me puff my nose a whole 3 times. Good job. This is more than i can say about most other "joke/meme" posts.
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