I’m wondering if vanilla arch and arch linux is the same thing, or if there are differences. What do u think?
Arch == Arch Linux == Vanilla Arch == "I use Arch, btw!"
P.S. Means yes, “vanilla” is just an english term for something close to “default”
Vanilla Arch just means ordinary Arch. So yeah Archlinux
When Vanilla is used to describe something, it means it is a plain uncustomized version. Vanilla Arch just means a plain install of the Arch Linux distro. Vanilla Xfce, for example would be what you would find if you install the Xfce desktop by itself on top of a distro. The Xfce desktop you often find that comes with a distro’s iso image is not Vanilla because it has been customized in various ways and given some kind of branding, usually by what are called overlays. Hope this info is useful!
Definitely different. True Arch Linux is chocolate flavoured, Vanilla Arch is an abomination.
We are just waiting for more green Kresimir Community Edition
I think that sometimes it’s best not to ask questions!
Chocolate is way too flavoured to qualify as neutral. Plain Boiled Rice Arch? If you have too much though you may experience Bloat!
I think one tasted as good as the other.
well, calamarch… squid flavoured arch… if you like squids, try calamarch
This topic was automatically closed 2 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.