Nitrux, My New Favorite Desktop Linux Distro · The Kernal
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There are hundreds of desktop Linux distros that attempt to improve on many aspects of the experience. However, it is very rare that a distro truly distinguishes itself from the rest. Nitrux does just that. With an unusual base, underused init system, and even custom app framework, Nitrux still manages to be extremely fast, reliable, and idiot proof. So, I’m going to give you a little bit deeper of an explanation about what makes this distro so great.

their website nxos.org… meanwhile nixos.org

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Time to test a new cool distro! yay

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So, for now, I see it has some issues on the installer. Then some AppImage apps are outdated too… They have a tutorial that isn’t working when I follow it… if you want to enjoy of OpenRC I think the best option is still to go to Artix Linux (or any of those current distros).

I also had problems to drag a compressed file to the file manager, it doesn’t work.

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Has Stable Repo? or only Debian Unstable?

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Here’s a quick, simple review since I’ve been a little busy lately.

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