View Poll Results: If you couldn't use Opensuse, what distro would you use.

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  • Mint

    17 11.18%
  • Ubuntu

    25 16.45%
  • Fedora

    34 22.37%
  • Debian

    24 15.79%
  • Arch

    21 13.82%
  • CentOS

    6 3.95%
  • Mageia

    13 8.55%
  • FreeBSD

    3 1.97%
  • Slackware

    3 1.97%
  • Gentoo

    6 3.95%
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Thread: If you couldn't use Opensuse, what distro would you use.

  1. #71
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    Apr 2015
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    Default Re: If you couldn't use Opensuse, what distro would you use.

    years later my choices are still openSUSE and Slackware/SalixOS

  2. #72
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    Default Re: If you couldn't use Opensuse, what distro would you use.

    I think it would be Manjaro / Chakra / Debian / Sabayon. All KDE versions.
    Luckily Opensuse is alive and kicking!
    HP 8300 i7 3.4 Ghz 16 GB 1TB ssd Tumbleweed KDE
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  3. #73

    Default Re: If you couldn't use Opensuse, what distro would you use.

    Not sure if I'd use Ubuntu or Mint as many do. For some reason Steam(Valve) chose Debian and some well-known people worked for Debian. Thanks anyway



  4. #74
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    Default Re: If you couldn't use Opensuse, what distro would you use.

    Surely I would use a "comfortable" Distrò that has an active community, and where the terminal does not serve too much; or Ubuntu or Fedora
    loyalty returns to those who practice it

  5. #75
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    Sep 2014
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    Shah Alam, Malaysia
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    Default Re: If you couldn't use Opensuse, what distro would you use.

    In server, the fallback would be Centos.
    In desktop, I'll take Solus.

    Ill try to avoid Debian and its derivatives.
    I don't know why, but I just dislike the 'Debian way' or preference/default. Things like startup script practice, htdocs location, vi in putty, install confirmation etc.
    And apt especially. Compared to yum/zypper/eopkg, apt feels very.. primitive.

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