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Old 09-03-2016, 12:34 PM   #16
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Arch also is not a good choice for a new to linux user

basically you want to drive a car
Arch is a "kit car" one that YOU have to build FIRST

think of Arch as a 400 level class ( 4th year collage)
it is pass / fail

you need to STUDY and take notes and write ( on paper with a #2 pencil) a install outline and guide

now Arch is easier than " Linux From Scratch " in that it is pre built but it is 100 manual( by hand) install


you might want to first use one of the main "brand names" first
Debian
Linux Mint - based on Debian
Fedora ? maybe - read up on it and see if it is something you agree with
OpenSUSE 41.2
or even Ubuntu
 
Old 09-03-2016, 01:01 PM   #17
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I m not that newbie to a Linux. I've been using Linux for about 2-3 years now. I m quite familiar with its most commands and terminal and I ve already used Ubuntu, open SUSE, Mint, and Kali OS. I wanted to try out something different now....can u please suggest me any OS from deepin or arch. based on pacman and debian being me familiar with debian.
 
Old 09-03-2016, 01:47 PM   #18
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now that i have decided to get myself a new os, i m much confused between pacman based arch linux and debian based deepin linux.
i loved the level of customization in arch linux but i havent been really used to a pacman based os whereas, i liked the look and feel of deepin os and its debian based. i just want to know is pacman based os drastically different in terms of commands compared to a debian based os?
EDIT - I see you opened a new thread, I'll reply there.

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Old 09-05-2016, 12:08 AM   #19
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now that i have decided to get myself a new os, i m much confused between pacman based arch linux and debian based deepin linux.
i loved the level of customization in arch linux but i havent been really used to a pacman based os whereas, i liked the look and feel of deepin os and its debian based. i just want to know is pacman based os drastically different in terms of commands compared to a debian based os?
ugh.
some clarification:
archlinux isn't based on anything, it's an independent distro. its packet managemer is called pacman.
deepin is based on ubuntu, and ubuntu used to be based on debian. ubuntu uses apt packet management, as does debian.

the "level of customisation" you get from archlinux is simply this: it's up to you. you have to build it yourself.
(basically, that holds true for most linux distros, even mint and ubuntu)

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I m not that newbie to a Linux. I've been using Linux for about 2-3 years now. I m quite familiar with its most commands and terminal and I ve already used Ubuntu, open SUSE, Mint, and Kali OS. I wanted to try out something different now....can u please suggest me any OS from deepin or arch. based on pacman and debian being me familiar with debian.
why not manjaro.
or bunsenlabs.
 
Old 09-05-2016, 04:36 AM   #20
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I guess I ll try out the deepin Linux.
 
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