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#1 2002-09-05 10:15:21

SiToR
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From: Germany,Hamburg
Registered: 2002-09-05
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CRUX vs. Arch

hi,

i decided just before a few days to change my distro. now i have the problem, that neither distrowatch.com nor old.lwn.net/Distributions tell me "hey, that's your distro. this one is right for you!" ... :-))
ok, after a while i decided to use one of these distros: arch, crux, root
i think i take arch, but i don't really understand the difference between arch and crux.
maybe one of you can explain it to me? thx.


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#2 2002-09-05 11:37:16

ody
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From: Manchester, UK
Registered: 2002-08-12
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Re: CRUX vs. Arch

The package manager for Arch is way more advanced than the package manager for crux, apart from that Arch also has a huge package base,  and basicly I think its allot nicer to work with then crux.

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#3 2002-09-05 18:31:01

Arielext
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From: Amersfoort, the Netherlands
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Re: CRUX vs. Arch

couldn't agree more
Tried a lot of distro's in the past but Arch is the only one that's suits my needs. It's the first distro that on my computer for more than 1 month smile


apt-get install arch

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#4 2002-09-05 18:45:59

SiToR
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From: Germany,Hamburg
Registered: 2002-09-05
Posts: 16

Re: CRUX vs. Arch

ok, folks i understood. (am i not intelligent? lol )

then i'll try it. :!: in the past i had mandrake installed. i also tried gentoo, suse, redhat, halloween :twisted: but they were all too bloated and slow or they were not usable as a desktop-system or they needed too long to install (no, i don't mean gentoo... big_smile )

i hope it will also suite my needs.

thx for ur answers, you'll hear from me...  wink


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