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.
It’s a meme, I went from WSL to EndeavourOS. I found it funny.
Everyone’s linux journey is different
I jumped from Garuda to EndeavourOS. What does it mean that I skipped the valley of despair?
You should not focus on this, you had achieved the state of enlightenment…
And hopefully some competence as well on the flight over the Valley of Despair.
No offense, just kidding
I must have missed that version. Was it a thing
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.
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.
Do people really compile kernels on their fridges?
I don’t know. But Chuck Norris can install vanilla arch on a smart watch using only voice commands.
Glad to see such improvement with Fedora and Debian. I used Ubuntu long ago where I had to go hunting for PPAs. Also I read somewhere that Debian Testing is just as bleeding edge as Arch Linux.
And yes it’s good to have options.