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Still have scars from that in 2004.

Although in some ways it was worse back then due to the nature of CPUs/RAM/disks of the time. As long as one can work out UEFI/boot loader and knows about how to setup kernel/tools and configure security it is easier now.
But I kind of agree there is not always a point in source based distros unless you have reasons.
 
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I mean I didn't know you could build it like that! Thankyou night.fox for showing me this! This was the most difficult and interesting linux install ever for me.
It's touted as the linux you build. And you do, from scratch. Think Freebsd, and then break it down even more. I learned more about linux in the last 4 days
than the last 3 years. You have to build, install, and configure every part of it. Even virtualbox additions require manual intervention, creating scripts ect.
I almost wanted to hate it, but in the end it's a gas to build, you learn a lot, and when you have a fully functional desktop running, it's very rewarding.
Mines not as pretty as yours, but I like it just as much!

great. Well its not about having who has pretty DE or not. Its about the happines and building and customizing something that makes you happy.

My next project is gentoo. Once next LTS kernel release, I will build that since what I need is atleast 5.11 kernel cause there is a patch on that kernel that my laptop benefits. For now Im gonna enjoy Arch. I distro hop for like 2 weeks but I settled with arch as it is very configurable and I just install apps I needed
 

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Such total class. Everyone take note of how night.fox responds in here.

Something I just have to say.... everytime a windows user switches to linux... an angel gets their wings. And a person gets their soul back!
 
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just playing around with LXQT. It looks neat but not so customizable. But I would choose this over XFCE

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