ubuntu has some graphic problems with the NVidia drivers, not the open source Nvidia drivers theses don’t play well with my NVidia rtx 2070 3D card, I do prefer kubuntu to ubuntu, but I tried it, for some reason ubuntu seems to run a bit slower than arch Linux, and even openSUSE tumbleweed seems faster than ubuntu on my older gigabyte’s hardware. ubuntu I read is not good for gaming but I am not sure, its very easy with apt-get apt-get updat and apt-get dist- upgrade, but they all have their own versions of these commands and I only used snap like once or twice on a version of Linux, I am also not trying to start a flame war, sorry if I over typed sometimes I do so, but not always, I am not mad about Linux, just disappointed that I haven’t found the right shell for it yet, I tried a lot of them and I go back between using plasma and gnome all the time, I used windows and mac’s back in school, so I also know them pretty well, but wasn’t trying to educate but there are some limitations to using Linux, that stop me from using it on all my pc’s hardware mostly it has to do with some games I own that I can access from windows but not from Linux yet. but it’s not your fault Linux is still limited after all these years, I keep seeing new releases at distrowatch website,
I used it to look into different distro’s I tried a lot of them, I like deb packages, arch packages, I don’t like red hat, fedora is ok, I like how openSUSE tumbleweed uses packages, to install, but I don’t like how gentoo distro has to compile every installed packages and system updates, it takes forever if you ever used gentoo and its package system can take days and hours to update it, that is the one distro I stay far away from all these years, I tried gentoo back when it had live distro like kde and gnome, but I found that I really didn’t like its package system gentoo has. I like tumbleweed for openSUSE but don’t like its older distro’s they didn’t work well on my hardware, and I like its new MicroOS which is just like Fedora’s Silverblue versions, they are very good if you want a stable system like all the time. and if you don’t like playing with unstable versions of Linux, but that depends on your Linux skill level I think, as people have different skill levels when it comes to even using Linux as you might know already.
Endeavour installer distro is ok, but from what I recall it disabled me to using my Bluetooth hardware for my Bluetooth ear pods and sound systems, was not able to connect to them with Endeavour distro version I had tried while ago, I prefer USB ISOs that can be installed in an offline mode installer mode without needing to download a lot, I would rather download a big ISO image than have it each time its installed or reinstalling to have to download files each time takes too long, and its easier to install software afterwards or update it after its installed to the HD, this one works best for online access to download all the files it seems to need to run, and I was not happy with Endeavour when it took it upon itself to disable toe Bluetooth Linux drivers needed for Bluetooth hardware because of some sort of flow in the drivers that allowed hackers to access your Bluetooth hardware I don’t know if this effected home users, or just people at work, in any case this version of Linux hard the Bluetooth drivers disabled, and when you tried to reenable the Bluetooth drivers, it then failed to find or access the Bluetooth hardware I don’t recall but at the time there where two distro’s of Linux that had Bluetooth hardware disabled on default from the kernel startup this was one of them., which is why I don’t like Endeavour, and would use some other Linux distro like Carmar installer or whatever the other one is that also is built like its installer, at this time I can’t think of the name of it, either at GitHub or that other website that hosts Linux distro’s.
one last thing I wanted to bring up, on the topic go logging into kde or gnome I do prefer X11 still, Wayland doesn’t like the NVidia drivers, and I noticed on screen graphic bugs or glitches with Wayland still in openSUSE tumbleweed and a few others, I think Wayland might like the open source NVidia drivers more, but they don’t work right still on all of the Linux distro’s. otherwise, I am logging off to do other things, then talk about this anymore today.
well that all, I am going to talk about on Linux topic’s, hope you have a nice day or week