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Unique linux distros

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What are some interesting linux distros to try out that no ones ever heard of?
I'm not talking about shit like hananah montana linux or satanic linux,
pic related, organizes files differently than literally every other distro
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>satanic linux
BSD?
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not especially rare, but alpine and qubes are flavors i've tried recently
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>no ones ever heard of
only normies have never heard of gobolinux.

other unique distros. maybe there's one that you don't know already:

guixsd and nixos. they have a declarative package management system.
sourcemage. source based. definitely the best themed distro. uses bash for pretty much everything. package management is done by a collection of certain bash scripts for example. works pretty well.
void linux. has a version without systemd and without glibc. it uses runit and musl instead. uses its own package manager. other than that it works similar to arch.
stali. statically linked linux by the suckless people. not sure how usable it is.
bedrock linux. can combine features from other linux distros (never tried it myself, sounds cool though).
tails (alternatively heads). privacy focused distros intended to be run from usb without installation.
easy linux. trying to keep it really simple. everything you need to know to use it fits on one webpage.
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Not sure if it qualifies but I've been using CRUX as a daily-driver OS for a while now.
Installation is pretty normal (I can't remember specifically what it was like)

it has a BSD-like init scripts and BSD-like package management.

I've never used any BSDs but I'd imagine Crux is likely the best of both GNU/Linux and the BSDs.
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>>61810016
FreeBSD
not Linux but w/e
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>tfw my first distro was puppy linux and I couldn't understand how linux could be an alternatice to windows
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