@Arcadius
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22M

POP OS and Twister OS

Lessgoo
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18M

Fedora with gnome 40

@grtcdr
banned
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51Y

settled on Arch Linux, after distrohopping a thousand times, it’s minimal yet it feels complete…

@mesamunefire
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31Y

Ubuntu for laptop, Manjaro for desktop.

I like Ubuntu’s driver support and I can go anywhere (pre-COVID) without worrying as much if a usb device is going to work.

Manjaro is awesome for steam, itch.io, GOG, etc… Most of our games work in Linux now and its been a seamless experience.

@daojones
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11Y

Crazy, this is exactly what I landed on as well. I install Elementary OS on family computers.

@throwaway284921384
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31Y

Debian Stable. Old, but it works and that’s all I want my computer to do

@xe8
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21Y

Started with CentOS, then Ubuntu on servers. I finally started to get comfortable in Linux on desktop with Pop!_OS. Now I’m getting into Arch and exploring i3wm and xmonad.

Mr.Toto
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21Y

I started with Ubuntu, then I tried fedora, and now I’m switch to ElementaryOS because this simplicity, but i really like Debian. In the future y like try Qubes.

@Reaton
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21Y

Arch, I like its simplicity (imo if you know a bit about linux there is nothing that hard in Arch)

@throwaway284921384
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31Y

Arch is good for customization. But I value my time more and so rather have something that works to keep it simple and hence use Debian

@StXh
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11Y

Tinycore linux

@deauthorized
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52Y

linux mint, runs team fortress 2 well enough

@qu4k
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12Y

… and that’s all you really need :)

@deauthorized
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22Y

nothing could be more true than this

@PureTryOut
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52Y

Alpine Linux. Originally to dogfood myself the packages I maintain for postmarketOS, but I’ve grown quite fond of it and the developer community around it. I run it on my laptop and desktop and servers now, coming from Gentoo.

@plato
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52Y

ElementaryOS. I don’t use the Pantheon desktop, I just don’t want to distrohop

@yogthos
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32Y

I found ElementaryOS to work pretty well, and it’s easy enough to install different window managers on it as well. I’ve had it for a couple of years, and it survived multiple upgrades without a hitch. This is the biggest selling point for me, as I’ve had most Linux distros shit the bed on upgrades. At the end of the day I want a distro that just works where I don’t have to keep playing a car mechanic with it.

@Czernobog
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22Y

I feel ya

Hal
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42Y

Ubuntu, CentOS (and a little RHEL).

@jlsturbo
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42Y

arch linux btw

@verdigris
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42Y

It’s been Arch with Sway for a few months, I’m gearing up to try Gentoo though.

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