Date: Mon, 04.01.21 14:00
03 Jan 2021 09:48, from Nicholas Boel -> Richard Menedetter:
RM>> A few days ago I installed Manjaro on my Pinebook Pro.
RM>> It is better supported and they changed their default distro from
RM>> Debian to Manjaro.
NB> I've been using Archlinux for years now and have no reason to change.
NB> However, since Manjaro is based off Archlinux I gave it a looksee and
NB> from what I could tell it looks solid if you're looking for an easy
NB> installer to a full desktop environment. Seems like they did a great
NB> job with it.
Never used arch before, but heard good things.
Main reason was that my HW is a focus for Manjaro.
The HW has some quirks and Manjaro have dedicated support for it. (Pinebooks
are now delivered with it.
The Previous Debian build was from one guy.
He did a great job, but it was a bit too much for one person.
Anyhow ... I am currently quit happy with it.
But I am still struggling a bit with apt update versus pacman -Syu
I find it highly unintuitive.
I need to take a closer look at desktop distros.
I start to dislike Ubuntu more and more ...
But I am too lazy to look for a better alternative.
Maybe I switch to Kali on the Desktop ...
Do you also use Arch on the Desktop?
How does it compare to Ubuntu on the desktop?
On servers I use Debian, and I am very happy with it.
(I do not mind the older releases it ships with ...
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