forgot to update this. intriguing a few years back, but unnecessarily complex to do simple things. omg, slackware at least keeps it simple. 1 month ago
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I am not one of those users that changes their Linux installation every six months. I like to find a Linux that works for me and stick with it. I did this with Gentoo, and really got geek kicks out of the way that every package that got installed had to be built especially for your system. Tres Geeky.
But then Gentoo got to be a bit of a pain. I found several times that an update would break the system. Once it even broke the system so badly that I ended up with something that wouldn’t even boot to the command line! It was all to do with the order that particular packages had to be installed in, and I ended up having to install tens of packages by hand.
So my geek love of Gentoo began to fade. It was more trouble than it was worth, and I decided to move on. On my laptop my replacement was CrunchBang Linux. I liked how it was still very lightweight, but based on Debian it was solid and usable. On my work computers I have ended up settling on Linux Mint (the Xfce version). Once again, lighweight and very usable). 5 months ago