Reply to post: Re: Ahhh SystemD

You love Systemd – you just don't know it yet, wink Red Hat bods

Martin an gof Silver badge

Re: Ahhh SystemD

Dumped bloatware Linux in favour of FreeBSD and others after Suse 11.4,

Thing is, I'm kinda liking mainstream Linux at the moment. I started seriously with OpenSuse around the time you left, and the current Leap and Tumbleweed distributions are good enough that the whole family - which is used to Windows and OSX - is happy to use them day-to-day. They can do practically everything they need to with relatively little fuss on my part. I have TW on one machine only, mainly because of an up-to-date kernel which understands my graphics card. It's not quite "fit and forget", but it's pretty easy on the whole.

I've dabbled with various BSDs and I like the philosophy, but I've yet to find one that is as easy to install, update and maintain as mainstream Linux. Any suggestions? Something that's non-threatening for the family?


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