Manjaro is Arch without the setup.
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Where's the fun in that?Manjaro is Arch without the setup.
I've been using Arch on my home workstation for ages now, and I've never had an update break my system. Just make sure you read the Beginners Guide when you are installing and it's all pretty straightforward.
I think now is a good time to install Arch as it's now fully moved to systemd, there should be no big changes in the immediate future, just package updates.
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Arch probably has the best documentation of the 3 just in case you screw up.
Can't be matched by any other distro, but I will stick with Slackware all the same
You think that's air you're breathing now?
From what I've learned from others that use the different distro's Slackware is a good teacher and next to that Gentoo.
I've been running Debian a little over 6 months and it runs rock solid and stable!
"A morning w/o coffee is like something w/o something else"
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