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Which Linux are you using?

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    Kubuntu
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    Linux 4.19 rc8 on Manjaro
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    Elementary OS
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    There's only one Linux.
    Now if you mean which GNU/Linux distribution... :D

    I'm so bad I know ;))
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    Kali Linux
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    WiNdOwS
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    Linux mint
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    Which Linux? 4.19
    Which distro? Debian9
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    Desktop: Linux Mint
    Server: Debian
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    Ubuntu, the sheer amount of support helps to tame my tendency to over configure my machine into oblivion 😁
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    Alpine and debian
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    Red Star
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    Debian/Sid with Kali,Ubuntu and some custom compiled packages. On one system. I'm still surprised it boots tbh
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    Elementary OS
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    Arch + xfce desktop
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    I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're referring to as Linux, is in fact, GNU/Linux, or as I've recently taken to calling it, GNU plus Linux. Linux is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning GNU system made useful by the GNU corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX.

    Many computer users run a modified version of the GNU system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of GNU which is widely used today is often called "Linux", and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the GNU system, developed by the GNU Project.

    Sorry, couldn't resist. I use 4.19.
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    Elementary OS, bloody love it
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    Arch and Ubuntu in general.
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    Fedora
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    Void Linux
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    One and only Arch linux.
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    Kubuntu and Ubuntu Server
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    @Rick-C137 There are many different Linux kernels as well... not everyone runs mainline Linux. Also, RMS can go suck a gnu cock, instead of crying salty tears all the time for losing the marketing war he should get off his ass and create something new.

    I went from Slackware in the 90s, to Redhat to SUSE to Debian to Fedora to Gentoo to Ubuntu to Xubuntu to Arch to CrunchBang to Manjaro back to Ubuntu back to Arch... and probably about 30 other distros in between.

    Currently I'm using Mint on a company provided Macbook, Mint on an AMD Ryzen 7 workstation, and Debian on a home server.

    The Arch/Manjaro family is fun, but for squeezing out more productive hours I prefer Debian based distros, and Mint beats all operating systems when it comes to "It just works".
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    @bittersweet it was intended as a joke not a trigger :)
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    Gentoo ftw! Best dev distro ever! Where else can you test with multiple versions of clang, gcc and binutils installed in parallel?
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    Antergos
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    Manjaro
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    I use Linux 4.19 with Arch Linux
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    @Yamakuzure actually, with Docker now you can have that in any distro. And also on Windows.

    Not saying Gentoo isn't awesome, just a minor point.
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    @Rick-C137 but being triggered is so much fun, how else will we keep ourselves entertained while waiting for a test suite to finish 😄
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    Android
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    Fedora with Cinnamon DE
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    Kubuntu
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    4.19 I think
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    Ubuntu (laptop) and debian (server) at home.

    SuSE Enterprise Server at work.
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    Antergos with Budgie desktop.
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    Xubuntu
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    Desktop: Void
    Server: Devuan
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    Kernel 4.18
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    @RememberMe Then I expand: Where else can you switch compiler/linker without leaving your projects folder? ;-)
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    @Yamakuzure okay, you've convinced me, gonna try jumping to Gentoo
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    I've tried a lot, a lot, of distros. Currently running Solus on my workstation and one server with Debian, one server with Ubuntu and a laptop running Arch. It all started with RedHat in 1997.
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    Every personal Linux device: KDE Neon.

    Servers: Ubuntu, debian or centos.
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    centos but prolly gonna be buttfucked by ibm soon
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    Arch, arch, arch, Ubuntu, raspbian (x6) and chromeos. Oh and a bunch of arch vms. And Alpine Docker containers. Are we counting those? I'm confused.

    4.19? I guess? And on raspbian whatever's latest stable there.
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    @ok2094 ayyy another Void boi
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    Peppermint, but I'd use Manjaro if I could
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