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Celes
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I just saw people speaking about arch linux. Seems like there is not a lot of people using arch here. So I may be the only one on Gentoo? :'(

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  • 6
    Gentoo > every other distro.

    Wish I had the time to install Gentoo
  • 1
    secretly you want to switch, but you don't want all the tame it took to set up your current system to feel like wasted time ;)
  • 1
    @Linux @noodlemaster well when you have some practice it's okay. I need 30min before launch the compilation of every software.
  • 1
    @Celes
    I do not know anyone that is done installing Gentoo ;)
  • 0
    I'm big on gentoo. I use Debian and gentoo interchangeably depending on the application.
  • 2
    I love Arch-linux. Had some graphic driver issues, so currently using FreeBSD.
    (Just don't wanna use Windows.)
  • 0
    Most of my Linux friends are fully gentoo as well. Its not that hard to install if you know your way around the userland and a kconfig.
  • 1
    @darkness I'd like to try some bsd system. But they don't have vulkan :( graphics are not the best part.
  • 0
    I currently use Gentoo, but I also play around with Exherbo and the musl version of Gentoo. Musl doesn't seem to be "ready" yet, but it's fun to work on it :)
  • 0
    I use gentoo o a lot of projects, I don't think I ever used arch 😀
  • 1
    Side note: I've manually installed Debian a few times and doing so is not actually that much less complicated than installing gentoo. Only big difference is you don't have to build the kernel and initrd modules pack.
  • 0
    I'm just not hardcore enough, I guess. I like a distribution that is a bit easier to set up, even if I give up some control. So it's Fedora for me.
  • 1
    used slackware then Gentoo now i switched to fedora.
  • 0
    LFS and Gentoo are great to learn Linux.

    For daily basis doesn't make sense to me those distributions.
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