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#1 2022-09-19 10:36:44

xerus
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Considering SUSE

In other forums I have found a few threads of Arch users who happily switched to SUSE and never looked back.
I have been using Arch at home and Debian on servers (except for Arch machines for experimentation, but the need to reboot on kernel update is a no-no for serious use) for a few years now, but now stumbled upon SUSE through their "Harvester" Kubernetes Distro and am intrigued by the possibility to use the same distro everywhere, simply using the different editions.
Don't get me wrong, I am very happy with Arch, but from time to time I have some weird package upgrade or configuration issue that sucks up time and was wondering what your experience is, especially of those who switched in either direction in recent years. Also, a few friends would like an introduction to Linux, which will at first start with Zorin, but throwing somebody who wants more power at Arch/Manjaro does not seem like a good idea to me.

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#2 2022-09-19 12:09:37

schard
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Re: Considering SUSE

xerus wrote:

In other forums I have found a few threads of Arch users who happily switched to SUSE and never looked back.

Good for them.

xerus wrote:

Don't get me wrong, I am very happy with Arch, but ...

Well, nobody will prevent you from trying other distros here.
Give it a shot and use what best fits your needs.

PS: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/URmtOYCuNQM

Last edited by schard (2022-09-19 12:58:12)


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