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“Info: Desktop: XFCE” ???
Fixed to ‘none’. Thanks.
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“obviou” type O with a “s”
Thank You. Corrected.
The community repository (AUR) has vast numbers of packages. I’ve never seen anything in Ubuntu that wasn’t in Arch, but there are Arch packages which are not in Ubuntu.
Like which ones?
OSMO isnt in ubuntu. But not all debian/ubuntu packages can be found in arch repos, but most can.
Here are a few.
I’m sure there are some in Ubuntu which aren’t in Arch, but I’m just telling you my experiences. Ubuntu is very complete, so I meant this more as a complement to Arch than a complaint about Ubuntu.
I switched to Arch Linux because I could not take anymore the Gentoo community (or alternatively: I did not want to be part of anything that resembles that community). I have been happy ever since.
The pros are laid down quite well: rolling updates and minimalism together with configuration appeals to a BSD-user like me. While I consider the lack of a graphical installer to be a good thing, one con I have noticed is that the distribution lacks proper information channels for security bug fixes; wouldn’t recommend for a mission-critical system.
You should add the link http://www.archux.com
It has a lot of tutorials etc… for Arch Linux
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