Distro-Hopping Again: Confronting Distributions & Their Philosophies

For about one week or a little bit more, I have been thinking about distro-hopping again. I have enjoyed myself on Gentoo, I really have. I discovered USE FLAGS, C FLAGS, an almost flawless documentation, compiling every program from source, overlays (which are the equivalent of the Arch AUR, if you aren’t familiar with them), and countless other features which are specific to Gentoo. Continue reading Distro-Hopping Again: Confronting Distributions & Their Philosophies

Which Gnu/Linux Distribution You Use Does Not Matter

I would like to use some ink on a topic which has already been explored at length, today : which Linux distribution should you run as your main desktop OS and why it does not matter. I know there is a lot of hate all over social networks from Ubuntu users (and other Debian-based distros) toward Arch users and vice versa, since everyone is convinced their ways are better than the others’. Continue reading Which Gnu/Linux Distribution You Use Does Not Matter