@markosaric Someone should create a distro based on Arch and call it "arch btw" and instantly get free advertisement all over the Linux community.
@marcelcosta i liked gnome i saw in debian and fedora more than gnome i saw in ubuntu so that was the main reason i preferred them. debian has a testing version if you prefer to have faster updates and that's what i used. fedora might be a better solution if you prefer newer packages as they do new release every six months.
@marcelcosta if you like it then no reason to switch. you can pretty much get the vanilla gnome in ubuntu too, it's just not something i knew much about when i first switched to linux and was checking things out. according to the gnome site, you just install gnome-session package and log into it from the login screen
@markosaric didn't know systemd-analyze. thanks for sharing!
@jartigag no worries. try also "systemd-analyze blame" to get a list of all the items loaded at startup
@markosaric haha! i found it!
thank you so much! :)
@markosaric ha my kernel is faster!
Startup finished in 1.314s (kernel) […]"
That said, I'd better don't say the other numbers 😇
(also thx for that tip, did not know that systemd tool before 😃)
@rugk you're welcome. see also "systemd-analyze blame"
@markosaric nice thx 😃
@markosaric I'd forgotten about neofetch and you already did htop ;-)
I love all of those: top, iftop, htop, iptraf, iotop...
@markosaric the thing that’s holding me back on macOS is the damn hardware.... I have yet to see a laptop with the same build quality, the same perfect trackpad, perfect screen, awesome speakers (for a laptop). Macos is cool, but I need me a tiling window manager...
@pyrho true, their hardware is cool
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