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All the team :wink:

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I never had the MX, Kali, or second return to Manjaro. I also don’t plan to leave endeavour for Debian, openSUSE or fedora. If I went anywhere from here, it would be back to mainline arch. I am too spoiled on having the AUR that non-arch stuff annoys me.

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It’s a meme, I went from WSL to EndeavourOS. I found it funny.
Everyone’s linux journey is different

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I jumped from Garuda to EndeavourOS. What does it mean that I skipped the valley of despair? :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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You should not focus on this, you had achieved the state of enlightenment…
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And hopefully some competence as well on the flight over the Valley of Despair.

No offense, just kidding :wink: :innocent:

I must have missed that version. Was it a thing :rofl:

It was only the worst version of windows to ever come out…and that is saying a lot since there has been several bad versions of windows through the years. Though honestly I am thankful for it’s existance because its horrible performance inspired me to try other operating systems that aren’t windows.

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The Linux Experiment on YouTube

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Right on the point
:100: :100: :100:

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Literally me!

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@Kresimir

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I migrated to EOS for convenience. Between the official repos and the AUR I can find everything I want. It’s just too easy to provision a new installation of EOS. Recently though I gave Fedora 36 a test drive. By installing RPM Fusion and flatpak support I achieved a similar experience with the DNF package manager. First time that’s ever happened for me outside the arch ecosystem. More recently I installed MX21 and checked all the boxes in the software store–debian backports, MX testing, etc. and got the same deal. Clearly MX/Debian software catalogs have expanded since the last time I used MX. I got everything I wanted with no need for PPAs. I’m not planning on ditching EOS, but it’s nice to have more options.

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