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Debian based linux is love debian based linux is life
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>>51527513
>not debian itself
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>>51527615
Yeah I don't get this either. Might as well go with the base package and make it your own. Why install someone else's bloat? I got my own.
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>implying debian based distros are anywhere close to debian itself
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>>51527688
>times new roman
lmbo
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>>51527688
well memed, Aglaya
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>>51527655
Because packed in themes, media codecs, wireless drivers and enough software to keep casual winfags happy.
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>>51527775
The kernel comes with drivers. What ubuntu and its derivatives do is install firmware blobs which is pretty easily done on debian, its like two or three commands.
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>>51527715
yeah, why would you use that old and outdated as fuck language? verdana is comfy as hell. segoe is pretty good too, too bad it's so connected to micro$oft.
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>>51527513
Fuck Mint!
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>>51528103
>verdana
>not liberation sans
enjoy the botnet
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>>51528149
Why?
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>>51528149
Jew detected
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>>51529169
Easy-mode Linux user detected
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>>51529230
You are right. Why should i use anything else? Lmde works ootb, rolling release and without ubuntu.
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KALI
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Mint is the perfect distribution for technically illiterate retards like yourself. Debian a shit.
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Both debian and arch are shit that will break for absolutely no reason.
Use only non-systemd distributions, kids.
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>>51529681
>SystemD memes
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>>51529300
http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=147&t=205139&sid=a319b6f3a2cb8249a1b55f01d479ba09
just trying to install it without the bloat of a de is enough to start a long discussion, many people recommending just using a different distro because mint is so hard to reconfigure
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>>51528266
>not using cousine or terminus
literally giving up your freedom
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>>51528103
>>51528266
>>51532774
lol poorfags just jelly they can't afford Myriad
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>>51529681
First off, systemd is not an init system, it has an init system as part of the systemd suite. systemd is a project to build a standardised lowlevel userland for Linux. The project is pretty comprehensive and it delivers a lot of functionality under one umbrella. It does away with a lot of older, often undermaintained software packages, which were traditionally used to assemble a low level userland.

Which is where the contention comes from, as a system suite systemd is restrictive for Unix virtuosi who are used to tailor a system with wit, ingenuity, a lick and a prayer and a couple dozen of unrelated packages. systemd makes such knowledge useless.

The faction that thinks that systemd is Linux's Hiroshima, finds all the added functionality bloat, unnecessary and dangerous, as it is all under development in one project.

All the systemd jokes stem from the comprehensiveness as a low level system suite. People against it love to joke that one day systemd will write its own kernel.

There is a lot of FUD and hate going around. Some arguments do have merit, a lot of eggs in one basket is certainly true, but as with all things in life, it depends which tradeoff you prefer. Do you want a suite of well designed software, working closely together, so that system management is streamlined or do you want the complete freedom to tailor your own low level system with a lot of time tested, interchangeable components.
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>>51529681
Nice meme kiddo!

For the amount of time that I've used Arch it has never broke once!
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>>51527688
It's not a matter of being close but having it as its foundation.
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>>51527833
Which ironically requires an Internet connection.
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>>51537946
you should have an ethernet cable lying around anyways
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>>51538004
Some laptops (Apple...) don't even have an Ethernet port.
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