What’s your Linux distro?

@Thann@lemmy.ml
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Arch

Dessalines
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same btw

Relected
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@seahorse@lemmy.ml
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Pop OS

@ksynwa@lemmy.ml
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Void Linux.

@Wuuko@lemmy.ml
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My Lİnux distro is Fedora.

Ubuntu 2008 - 2010, Trisquel 2010 - 2014, Debian 2014 - 2019, GNU Guix System 2019 - present

I talk about why I use Guix System here.

@daojones@lemmy.ml
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Endeavour OS

Domoŝomo
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I just recently migrated from Kubuntu to Nix OS. While I still don’t have a full understanding of what I’m doing, I’m having a positive experience overall and have no regrets.

poVoq
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Arc…hust Manjaro ;)

@iliya@lemmy.ml
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Pop!_os, it’s been a delight to use.

Adda
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ArcoLinux, an easy-to-install and fun Arch-based rolling GNU/Linux distribution with freedom of choice… of everything. I have been using Linux Mint in the past, too.

@jollyrogue@lemmy.ml
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Fedora on desktop and laptops. It’s really good, and breakage is incredibly rare.

Fedora or CentOS on servers. Recently I’ve been testing Arch for access to rawer software, and I’d like to figure out how to do a Gentoo binary distribution.

@LemonWedge@lemmy.ml
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I use Ubuntu. Previously I used Debian. Edit: Most downvoted. Why? Let’s get some discussion going :)

Domoŝomo
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@ericbuijs@lemmy.ml
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MX Linux (and Antix on my old laptop)

jhghjb (he/they)
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i used to use pop_os but have recently switched to elementary os

@greensand@lemmy.ml
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SUSE

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