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Adjusting using the number of votes / number of threads per year in each forum (popularity), I get that Slackware got slightly more votes than Fedora. Debian got more than Slackware for both desktop and server. The numbers for Arch and Mint are inaccurate because of the very low number of threads and possible recruitment of voters. Ubuntu got plenty of votes and has plenty of threads.
Distribution: Debian Wheezy/Jessie/Sid, Linux Mint DE
Originally Posted by enorbet
I suppose this makes sense in a world where ever fewer automobile owners do their own tuneups, can change a tire, or even know what "Suck, Squeeze, Pop!, Phooey!" refers to.
If the cars were still the same technology as in the 1980-ies I would do the tune-up. Replacing a head gasket is not my favorite job but I did it several time. But please, tell me what "Suck, Squeeze, Pop!, Phooey!" refers to!.
Edit: Ah, I know. Those are the 4 cycles of a 4-stroke engine. But I have never seen it referred to like that.
Edit2: and how do they refer to a 2-stroke engine?