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I've been using Ubuntu for a few months now and I've gotta say its aim towards a user friendly design just makes it more difficult to use when ironing out certain bugs or issues. Are there any distros you guys know of that work well for small pc workloads that have as much support as ubuntu?
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>>51499276
mint
xubuntu
debian based are the easiest to go for because since ubuntu became popular, most mainstream devs and lunix fags just support that one.
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>>51499276
Maybe, Arch.
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>>51499276
arch
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Arch is probably the best supported distro that isn't redhat. The wiki is extremely good.
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>>51499276
install gentoo
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debian?
gentoo arch
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>>51499276

Stick with the main distros, don't use the bullshit smaller ones that are basically rethemed main distros.

Debian, Fedora, and OpenSuSe is what you should use for the best support.
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slackware
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>>51499276
Nope. Ubuntu is the most supported Linux distribution.
Maybe try an ubuntu spinoff, like Lubuntu or Xubuntu.
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>>51499434
Ill look into it
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>>51499276
Obviously Lubuntu my friend. It's a version of Ubuntu meant for cpu/ram efficiency, and it has plenty of support.

However, if you feel like you have enough experience, you can try Debian. Debian is lighter than Ubuntu, and still user friendly-ish. Make sure to get a non-free firmware iso to prevent headaches during/after install.
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>>51499276
Antergos (Arch for dumbasses)
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Elementary os
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>>51499939
SO FUCKING CLOSE
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>>51501000
nice trips
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