#Solus is the only OS listed under Beginner-friendly in the latest @LinusTech video that is not based on Ubuntu (or in fact, based on any other operating system).
Rest of the video is basically "how to do xyz under PopOS" which is eh, but hey, progress.
Side-note for new users, ReplaySorcery is in the Solus repo and is IMO a better alternative to Shadowplay. No needing to remember to launch OBS Studio, no custom compilation of separate software to act as a source, etc.
@JoshStrobl been enjoying my time with kde solus
sucks that my R9 270x amd gpu is too old for obs vaapi stuff
but at least i know if i get a newer series amd card solus has me covered no extra software needed
@JoshStrobl Never tried solus before. Been using mint cinnamon and really like the distro. It is such a good distro that I went back to it after I distro hopped a few times.
Don't know how solus would be but one day I might try it
@Citoyen_DC It isn't my beginner list, it is from Linus Tech Tips 🤦♂️ If it was my list, why would I promote anything other than Solus in the first place?
I also thought it was a very right choice to put Solus on the beginner friendly list. I actually was expecting Manjaro on that list too, but Anthony doesn't seem to think so.
Solus is so easy to get started with, that I can plug the USB, boot into live environment, install Solus and boot into locally installed Solus in under 10 minutes. Using is as easy as installing too.
Only problems I had was not being able to get the LXC to work and VMs only working on stable kernel. I know that Solus was only developed for desktop use but I tried my luck anyway, just in case.
I currently have Ubuntu to learn sysadmin and get familiar with working with remote servers. I will be back on Solus as soon as I have another machine I can tinker with while using Solus.
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