Blauesee Reinstalling soon... What are your prefered setups (WM, partitioning, configs, packages) and why?
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Haaktu When I was young and full of hope, I'd tweak the twerk out of my tools and configs. Now that I am old and full of $#!7, I go with the defaults. Less problems that way. And if ever there are, easy to find a solution.
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Blauesee I like the idea of building up my own environment and broadly knowing what my computer actually does in background. But just more for the fun, than optimizing or security. Looking at my last efforts, I think I will become like you one day.
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John Olinda To be honest, I just have settled on Manjaro for Arch installs. Since I don't use Arch on servers, I'll always end up installing certain applications and environments, and it just saves time to use Manjaro. Right now I'm using a pretty vanilla install of Manjaro XFCE to document the install process for Resilio Sync. Most of the documentation for it is very outdated and I'd like to contribute more accurate information. Of course, right around the time I finish, Syncthing will actually start being worth using 😂
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Blauesee Actually, I'm considering using Arch for private everyday business. I already had it installed on my computer with openbox and a few minor scripts running in background (e-mail checking, changing wallpapers either on day-/nighttime, etc.). I began studying this year and needed a perfomant Windows installation for After Effects. But sure it's true, that permanently installing new packages and configurating them is a minus (I know, it's part of the philosophy) in Arch. Maybe I
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🦿 Lucian Marin is an Arch Linux fan. I think he's the one who can answer you.
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