when i upgrade linux, it breaks linux. ive never not had updating or upgrading linux not break linux. its just how linux works - it breaks. im sorry if thats not your experience. maybe im not upgrading or updating it frequently enough? how often am i supposed to update it. am i supposed to endure my system breaking every week??? every day???? im sorry that doesnt sound very productive
@jk I find Windows does that too. Windows Update just breaks my machine. Windows and Linux updates find different ways to break my machine. They are delightfully consistent in that regard. macOS updates never break my machine but do find ways to introduce lots of little slightly broken things.
@rodti i dont usually have windows break my machine but it now and again changes things that i spent ages customizing, which is almost more annoying? whereas linux upgrades keep all the tiny specific things the same but change the big ones!
@nemo i thought ubuntu was supposed to be evil? also i thought system76 was supposed to be bad too. maybe theyre just overpriced. i dunno i don't keep up with this stuff
@jk nope ubuntu is not evil they had one issue with the amazon button thats it nothing else maybe popularity contest to but thats it, you can use popos for free work even on an thinkpad x230 out of the box config needed.
Both, but especially the latter, have also a habit of not contributing back to upstream.
I stopped using Debian over a decade ago and had given up on packaging for it even earlier.
Mine's #OpenSUSE both on desktop and server, if you're curious.
@nemo im not a new user! ive been using debian for 11 years and i think it's always been broken somehow. whenever i fix it somehow it gets broken again. its usually because they keep changing some server config on their end and it won't upgrade and i have to fuck around with it like im doing now
@jk yeah the fruits of infinity gnu, unfortunately one needs a very strong community and a little bit of money like suse, centos, ubuntu, you could try centos its rock solid and also redhat binary compatible?
@jk I use Fedora at home and Ubuntu at work and Ubuntu breaks slightly after every update. With Fedora I crossed 4 or 5 major updates and it didn't shit itself still and I son?r understand why because your experience sounds more like mine throughout the years
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