Bye Bye Arch and Manjora

I always knew it was going to be hard to get Arch up and running but for the life of me I can’t understand why the sound works for the Arch build in Gnome but no other desktop environment and although I probably haven’t given it the chance to fix it as much as I should.  Play around in the virtual box was to make a decision of which version of Linux to dual-boot with.  The problem I have with both these distros is that they are just that little bit too complicated for my liking when dealing with a distro for every day use.

It has been fun don’t get me wrong learning the command line and few other things along the way.  It has been a great learning experience and I do think I will be back with Arch very soon but it just doesn’t lend itself to my needs.  So I fired up Ubuntu the other virtual box I had set up, and then decided to install the Xcfe desktop environment making it Xubuntu and I am now going to give that ago.  For the most part I think that its going to be my final choice if I am going to dual-boot my PC with any Linux distro just because it’s the one that I have the most experience in and it seems stabler than the ones I have been trying to get working so far.

As I write this post I have just realised I’ve been in 3 different distro’s in 3 days might need more perseverance than I have been showing.  What’s your favourite distro and why?  Let me know in a comment below.

Day 1: here

Day 2: here

 

 

Published by Stueeey

Well what can I say I have to be one of the most boring people going but you've obviously found something of interest on this site so why not stick around and found out a bit more. I originally started blogging after taking Web Design at University and its just gone from there. I have made a few mistakes on the way and decided to start a fresh due to problems but this is going to be the real deal. Typically talking tech and what matters to me :) Happy reading and keep smiling Stueeey

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