What's your favourite linux distribution and why is it so?

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My favourite one is Fedora. I like it because it’s clean looking, adhere to free software philosophy, good community and I started my linux journey from here.
My second favourite is Manjaro because it has rolling releases.
My third favourite is Pop OS! As it comes with Nvidia graphics drivers.(in download page it gives an option to do so)
What about you?

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bikidas2060 wrote:

@getready @malikcool @mrKool_JJ @rmm63629219 @guest_999 @xuseronline @androgame @andromeda @Dastro @drupal @AyushiiiVijay guys I would love to know your views on this

Sorry bro, but no idea about softwares (operating systems) and don’t have any particular interest too in this topic wink

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bikidas2060 wrote:

My favourite one is Fedora. I like it because it’s clean looking, adhere to free software philosophy, good community and I started my linux journey from here.
My second favourite is Manjaro because it has rolling releases.
My third favourite is Pop OS! As it comes with Nvidia graphics drivers.(in download page it gives an option to do so)
What about you?

Mint and OpenSUSE did not make it to the top three in the list😔.

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Linux Mint 19.2

I’ve tried Ubuntu, Fedora, Manjaro, Pop Os and Almost all flavours in my decade old laptop

Finally settled with Mint xfce 19.2 which is the only version that doesn’t make my laptop Roar.

I do personally like Mint Cinnamon, but my laptop’s specification hinders me a lot

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No-One wrote:

Linux Mint 19.2

I’ve tried Ubuntu, Fedora, Manjaro, Pop Os and Almost all flavours in my decade old laptop

Finally settled with Mint xfce 19.2 which is the only version that doesn’t make my laptop Roar.

I do personally like Mint Cinnamon, but my laptop’s specification hinders me a lot

Linux Mint is a perfect multimedia laptop

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apun to window wala use karte

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My favourite is Ubuntu
Here is Kerala school curriculum is based on Ubuntu Linux

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androgame wrote:

no idea about softwares (operating systems)

Try Jesus! …. within TempleOS … it even works with older RAM and Sita… errrm sATA drives too.
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even if you don’t love Jesus as much, Jesus loves (to be in) you® operating system🙂


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I will see myself out of here now!
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Red hat Linux is best

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rmm63629219 wrote:

apun to window wala use karte

Aap naraj ho kya mujse???

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rogerthat wrote:

Red hat Linux is best

It’s a commercial OS. Fedora is the next best thing we can have. It’s supported by Red hat. 🙂🙂

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Ubuntu , I used to order many free UBUNTU OS cds in past
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Bhai I have used linux sometimes in the past but currently sticking to windows only. i do know basic stuff about linux though mainly for the purpose of running commands on seedboxes as they run a customised version of linux.

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drupal wrote:
Ubuntu , I used to order many free UBUNTU OS cds in past
Bhai, somebody asked what’s your first online order? It would be a Ubuntu CD for me. It was shipped from South Africa. I was soooo happy 😍😍😍😍😍😍
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Ubuntu with gnome environment

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i m interested in android rolleyes

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Deal_Breaker_ wrote:

Have u tried arch linux?

Manjaro is based on it bhai. So, technically yes. But I have not installed Arch/Gentoo straight on my machine.

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As of now trying Zorin OS.

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Various flavors of Puppy Linux. Very lightweight ranging from under 100MB to 300MB. As a result almost the entire OS can reside in RAM even in systems with as low as 256MB RAM. Blazing fast. RAM usage is very low of course 100-250MB odd.
One big advantage is that it doesn’t need an HDD/SSD to function. Came in very handy when the HDD in my first laptop died and I had to wait for a month to get the right drive at the right price. When booted in Live mode, user changes can be saved to a USB drive but also to CD/DVD (multi-session)

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LIMBO wrote:

Various flavors of Puppy Linux. Very lightweight ranging from under 100MB to 300MB. As a result almost the entire OS can reside in RAM even in systems with as low as 256MB RAM. Blazing fast. RAM usage is very low of course 100-250MB odd.
One big advantage is that it doesn’t need an HDD/SSD to function. Came in very handy when the HDD in my first laptop died and I had to wait for a month to get the right drive at the right price. When booted in Live mode, user changes can be saved to a USB drive but also to CD/DVD (multi-session)

Yesss. Puppy linux is really amazing. I have a live PD of it. 🙂🙂🙂

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LIMBO wrote:

Various flavors of Puppy Linux. Very lightweight ranging from under 100MB to 300MB. As a result almost the entire OS can reside in RAM even in systems with as low as 256MB RAM. Blazing fast. RAM usage is very low of course 100-250MB odd.
One big advantage is that it doesn’t need an HDD/SSD to function. Came in very handy when the HDD in my first laptop died and I had to wait for a month to get the right drive at the right price. When booted in Live mode, user changes can be saved to a USB drive but also to CD/DVD (multi-session)

Yes, puppy linux is very helpful in emergency cases but it has volume issues. I ran it on friend’s laptop when his HDD was totally corrupted. Everything was good except audio.

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Fedora was my fav too…ubuntu is the go-to guy for dealing with any hdd/ram mess. And as most of my time is on my work laptop, it is Windows.

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nirmaltvd wrote:

My favourite is Ubuntu
Here is Kerala school curriculum is based on Ubuntu Linux

Sugam alle machane toungueout

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Xubuntu (ubuntu with XFCE desktop). Looks and feels like good old Win XP with all the benefits of Ubuntu. Most suited for someone switching from Windows.

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