I’ll just set this right here I especially like the 3rd listing
Nice. Would have been cool if they used an up to date screenshot. But what the hey.
ArchLabs should be number one, it’s the only distribution on that list that doesn’t try to con the user into thinking that Arch is n00b-friendly. Manjaro is the worst IMO, their separate repositories just mean that important upstream fixes get delayed unnecessarily.
Thx for sharing @Chris .
Some new ones & some that I forgot about !
He also forgot to mention that the Archlabs installer is arguably the most efficient tool to get a clean Arch desktop from them all… But who cares?!
I might be wrong, but i believe that the price Linux must pay to become “popular” for the masses can be very high, the price is to “loose its own identity”. I love Arch and OpenBSD because they took a different path compared to Manjaro/Ubuntu, and will not sell themselves just to please folks who are not up to pay the necessary effort to really learn and “own” their operating systems.
So i agree 100% w/ you @Head_on_a_Stick
I read that article a while ago, but yes I skipped to ArchLabs. Feel like it should be #1.
I never used Manjaro, but that might change when I get my PineBook Pro. Unless AL decides to create an ArchLabs Arms iso
Yeah that probably will never happen. Open to a community spin if anyone is interested but I highly doubt there will ever be an official ARM version of AL.
This was just wishful thinking