I admit that grudgingly, since I've always loved Debian. However, I'm really starting to warm up to the ArchLinux ecosystem.
When I first started using #Linux
, Redhat 5.2 was my first candidate. I have tried the BSDs, Debian, Fedora and Arch, I eventually fell in love with Debian; been using it exclusively until recently when I installed a Manjaro port for the #Raspberry-Pi
it's remarkably stable, many aren't and I've used just about everything on a Pi. Someone did really good work on this. I'm really blown away and I'm enjoying working and learning in this new ecosystem. https://manjaro.org Manjaro-ARM - Manjaro
The Manjaro distribution, but for ARM devices. Based on Arch Linux ARM, combined with Manjaro tools, themes and infrastructure to make install images for your ARM device, like the Pinebook and Raspberry Pi. You can find installation images in the downloads section of the Manjaro Website or at OSDN Find the image that matches your target device and...