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[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 18 set 2013, ore 21:56
How is Manjaro?
Have anyone tried Manjaro?

How is it compared to Arch?
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Yoyosan 18 set 2013, ore 21:57 
I'm very happy with it.
Everything works flawlessly for me.
[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 18 set 2013, ore 22:04 
Messaggio originale di Yoyosan:
I'm very happy with it.
Everything works flawlessly for me.
Is the install process easy? I didn't have time to learn how to install Arch yet.
Are there advantages from Arch to Manjaro? Does Manjaro uses Arch's repos?
[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 18 set 2013, ore 22:08 
Another thing, is it easy to install Steam?
arch√-1 18 set 2013, ore 22:37 
Manjaro is full of nightmare for me.
[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 18 set 2013, ore 22:39 
Messaggio originale di 403.9:
Manjaro is full of nightmare for me.
It would help if you explained why =]
arch√-1 18 set 2013, ore 22:46 
Messaggio originale di GNU/Linux - Junior s2 Camila:
Messaggio originale di 403.9:
Manjaro is full of nightmare for me.
It would help if you explained why =]
Boot corruption at it's finest. Installation is easy, but I don't want to repair my OS to make it bootable again.
Besides most of its' stuff is quite ... I prefer self made already, so the kind of manjaro is way to sluggish for me.
Cybertao 18 set 2013, ore 23:02 
I might give it a spin this weekend.

I suspect it still suffers from what I dislike about Arch though; rolling release. My previous experiences with Arch (as a server OS) weren't pleasant because of it. Updates can totally bork your system (my last experience was when they decided to move a bunch of stuff including system libraries to /usr for no good reason. Which didn't go well) - especially if you neglect to keep on top of it and try updating after a three month lag.
I don't see the point behind rolling releases. It means you never have to do a reinstallation in order to update to a newer system, but when it goes wrong you end up having to work out how to fix it...or do a reinstall. :P
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[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 18 set 2013, ore 23:27 
Messaggio originale di 403.9:
Boot corruption at it's finest. Installation is easy, but I don't want to repair my OS to make it bootable again.
Besides most of its' stuff is quite ... I prefer self made already, so the kind of manjaro is way to sluggish for me.
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Messaggio originale di Cybertao:
I might give it a spin this weekend.

I suspect it still suffers from what I dislike about Arch though; rolling release. My previous experiences with Arch (as a server OS) weren't pleasant because of it. Updates can totally bork your system (my last experience was when they decided to move a bunch of stuff including system libraries to /usr for no good reason. Which didn't go well) - especially if you neglect to keep on top of it and try updating after a three month lag.
I don't see the point behind rolling releases. It means you never have to do a reinstallation in order to update to a newer system, but when it goes wrong you end up having to work out how to fix it...or do a reinstall. :P
Who would use a rolling release distro as an OS server? I can't express how I'm laughing LOOOL
Cybertao 18 set 2013, ore 23:59 
You're right, I wouldn't use a rolling release for a server. For the same reason I wouldn't use one as a desktop. Or at all.

I'd love to hear your reasoning as to why Arch is otherwise an inappropriate choice for a headless server, that should be hilarious coming from someone who can't even install it. LOOOL

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Comprehensive_Server_Guide#Arch_Linux_as_a_server_OS
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[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 19 set 2013, ore 0:54 
Where did I say I can't? You should stop putting lies onto other people's mouths. I said I didn't have the time to learn, which for a novice can take hours to.

And you are so miss-informative and confuse that you don't see a point in using a RR Server but still you did hehehe. I mean, even if that's what you did, because I get this feeling that you used regular Arch as a server and had to look up if it's possible to do so after you claimed to use it as a Server OS. Btw feel free to record yourself installing Arch and making it into a Server, I'm sure we would love to see your genius brain at work ;-)
Cybertao 19 set 2013, ore 0:57 
'Regular Arch'?

There's only one flavour you clueless bell-end.
[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 19 set 2013, ore 1:05 
I would assume you knew that "regular Arch" is different from "the server setup". Guess I was wrong, "Mr. Genius".
Cybertao 19 set 2013, ore 1:09 
Enlighten me with your wisdom then.
[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 19 set 2013, ore 1:14 
Messaggio originale di Cybertao:
Enlighten me with your wisdom then.
What happened Mr. Genius? Lost all your knowledge?
Cybertao 19 set 2013, ore 1:18 
Obviously. Share yours since you are so full of it...you're clearly full of something.
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