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Why should I use Arch?

Discussion in 'Arch' started by Rob, Jul 24, 2013.

  1. Videodrome

    Videodrome Guest

    Debian or Slack?


     
  2. pane-free

    pane-free Guest

    Both.
    Am currently running HandyLinux and Absolute
    (obviously, I am not a purist).

    @Donald W Grimes -- the documentation at aptosid (once sidux) is also what makes this Debian 'Unstable' distro what it is -- try it out!
     
  3. conga007

    conga007 Guest

    Arch linux is base in CRUX people keep that in mind
     
  4. blackneos940

    blackneos940 Guest

    I like your Signature..... :)
     
  5. LinucNerd

    LinucNerd Guest

    I have heard that Arch does not come with a graphical desktop, text only... Is that true?
     
  6. blackneos940

    blackneos940 Guest

    Not according to ryanvade..... :) Plus, I think I've seen Spatry do a review of it on YouTube..... :D
     
  7. chimichurri

    chimichurri Guest

  8. ZZs

    ZZs Guest

    No, The installation is done from the command line and takes a little reading to complete the first time. Arch supports the most DE's (desktop environments) that I came across in a distro, either officially supported or unofficially supported, not to say they have more or the most than others. Unofficially would mean the package is not precompiled in the Arch database and that you would need to download the package (script like form) from the AUR that would download the source and compile it locally.

    Arch has many pros and even a few cons BUT don't chose it as your first distro.

    Happy Linux'ing!
     

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