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>> No.71355540

I'm using Gentoo linux/openrc plus wildebeest.

>> No.71355569

noice. Xubuntu here. If I ever end up having to reinstall, I will likely go with Debian with sysvinit fix, Devuan, or maybe MX.

>> No.71355592

I'm becoming more and more interested in this. However I only have one computer with no backups of all my shit from the past decade. (The computer is new, I just transfer the stuff across every time I upgrade)

Is it advisable to try installing linux on your main PC without any failsafes or backups?

>> No.71355611

Make sure to select proper DE, like KDE, LXQT or XFCE.

>> No.71355619

>I will likely go with Debian with sysvinit fix
If you go debian, keep systemd. if want to go sysvinit/openrc go devuan or antiX.

If it was 2002 I'd say no.
But in 2019 I say yes. If you are worried about your windows partitions use a windows based partition tool (paragon, easeus etc) to free up space for gahnoo + linux.

>> No.71355622

I feel like there is some implication that Linux does not have backdoor access.

>> No.71355662

This is some entry level normiepilling shit

>> No.71355676

dubs for kde
kde is so good now

>> No.71355844

Stop being a fucking idiot and make backups

>> No.71355887

you need to go back

>> No.71356501

I feel like there is some implication that Linux does have backdoor access.

>> No.71356501,1 [INTERNAL] 

Posting in a stuck thread

>> No.71356501,2 [INTERNAL] 

Posting again in a stuck thread

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