What Family of Linux do you run?

@fatboy Arch on desktop, Fedora on ThinkPad, Ubuntu Server and Debian on my servers. Probably have something else on another computer not currently used.

@fatboy also mostly debian on various VPSs & dedicated servers. i suppose my distro hopping times are gone

Those stop distro hopping may find themselves DE/WM hopping.

@murtezayesil @fatboy indeed, that's exactly what I tend to do (although not as often anymore...). Additionally, it is much easier to have multiple desktops installed alongside than it is to have multiple distros installed (unless you have several TB worth of SSDs, I suppose)

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UnixPorn subReddit is a bottomless pit.

@fatboy I keep meaning to switch over to Void or Gentoo but I'm (A) too poor to get a decent tester system and (B) lazy, so I'm stuck with Ubuntu for now.

Two sugestion, the dumbster or a vm

The dumbster is not ment to hurt, just mean, you can find alptops and stuff there, also famely and friends can be a way to get some

:ubuntu: 𝗨𝗯𝘂𝗻𝘁𝘂 on server, :solus: 𝗦𝗼𝗹𝘂𝘀 on PC.

@fatboy several, actually.

* Desktop, laptop, home server: OpenSUSE (TW on the workstations, Leap on the server)
* A couple of VMs: Debian
* Rasbian on some pis
* Does Android count?

@fatboy Gentoo and LFS. I believe those would both fall under "Other."

@fatboy PopOS :popos: the chillest os. (They aren't crazy people was the most attractive factor)

@fatboy I really didn't think it would be 37% arch/gentoo

@fatboy way too high. I thought only people who do super low level(firmware, CPU design, security research) use these

@Dashtop Must be Manjaro's fault?
I have to say, Artix is a very nice, easy install for Arch.

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