ok what about fedora with i3 but i will use this on 14" screen is tiling managers good idea on small screens.i dont want any icons on desktop and i need some kind of easy access to apps and shit. i wrote i3 cuz i wonder that stuff
Fedora uses NetworkManager as the sole network management tool and is absolutely horrible to use with the command line. Unless one is able to install Fedora in the same manner as Gentoo and install wpa_supplicant (I haven't found any documentation for this) you are better off minimally installing a different distro.
i3 can be used in stacking and tabbed mode and is not bad. Of course it's not going to beat a desktop environment with a compositing window manager, but it's fun to use in public. It's going to be a bitch to minimally install Fedora though.
>i dont know if its a good idea to use tiling stuff with small screen
The benefit of tiling wms over non-tiling ones is much more dramatic on small screens. I'm not sure why you'd think it isn't a good idea.
>Everything else tier
You guessed it.
Contain the jelly, anon.
ok what is good distro for using i3 and i have to use i3bar i assume.but guise i dont want to configure many stuff.some guy at top was talking about networkmanager and fedora i3 thing cant i use it properly with i3bar thingy
god tier: sysvinit distros, runit distros (dragora)
ok tier: openrc distros, busybox-init
shit tier: systemd distros, upstart distros
Or you know just do this.
Gentoo I guess. God-tier distros generally are meant to be used as full desktops and tend to be tricky to get minimal since minimalism is a neckbeard concept.
Now that's just excessive.
That bun is way too big for that dog.