I like better cuz it doesn't do so much stuff under the nose
also, every time, the screen just goes black with no way to bring it back (is 20 gigs large enough for manjaro)
but that would leave behind a ton of unanswered symlinks, there might be a program called cleansymlink which removes all symlinks that point to nowhere
To remove a package, say neofetch, you could just run sudo rm /Programs/neofetch
If I made a Linux distro:
I would use a different filesystem:
/System = basic system files
/Users = user home folders
/Programs = where apt packages get installed:
A traditional filesystem is also accessible by way of symlinks
A file like neofetch binary would be /Programs/neofetch/bin/neofetch, with /bin/neofetch being a symlink. Basic system files like bash would be under /System/bin/bash
Why don't Manjaro and Fedora like each other?
I watched a vid on someone multibooting Manjaro with Fedora and it went like this:
Ok, so imma install onto this hard drive, let's see, we got on here, and...
Never heard of ya, anyways imma install
HEY! Why am I not on your bootloader!?
Ummm... who are you?
This also happened with my testing PC when I tried to multiboot with
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