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in reply to ☆ Yσɠƚԋσʂ ☆

As the old Gentoo mantra goes: stuff breaks so you can learn things 😁
in reply to brombek

I didn't know that's a Gentoo mantra! As a Gentoo user, you won't believe how often I broke the system due to my own stupidity... But at least I now know not to repeat those particular mistakes. 😁
in reply to brombek

To be honest, I find Gentoo really stable. Nothing really breaks unless I am messing with something (replacing some core part of a system, etc.). When compared to Arch it is a much smoother experience.
in reply to brombek

Love this saying! I use one much like it on a very regular basis; "you'll never learn to fix what yer scared to break". Although, I've been using gentoo for nearly 20 years and have never heard anyone say this about it.

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in reply to ☆ Yσɠƚԋσʂ ☆

Personally I found Fedora a great compromise in between. I never really had any issues with it and it is fairly up to date in terms of packages.
in reply to ☆ Yσɠƚԋσʂ ☆

Depends what hardware you have. Last I tried, Debian still didn't work with my Arc A770 even with unstable.