Why haven't you switched to literally the best distro there is?
>not packed with bloat
>sleek, modern interface, actually looks like a piece of software from 2015 and not 2003
>Ubuntu software center (the best there is)
>very stable, doesn't break every 30 seconds like Arch
>isn't crippled to run on 3 bytes of RAM like Lubuntu
>based on Ubuntu so has good support and compatibility
>has a good DE unlike shitty Unity, Cinnamon or AutismDE (i3)
GNOME is ugly though, looks like something from 2003, don't see how it could replace xfce
LXqt is also ugly shit, plus it's for garbage dump computers, it's not really a replacement for xfce. It's the successor to lxde
xfce is very comfy oob, but I only really like the whisker menu and maybe the very clean and compact settings section. dmenu is a better panel, xfwm is nothing special, I don't use the desktop except for wallpaper, task manager is garbage, sessions are garbage, etc
thunar and mousepad are pretty nice tho
not if you compare apples to apples.
universe and multiverse repos aren't officially supported by Canonical and there's no security team looking after them.
that leaves Ubuntu's main repo which is ~3,150 packages compared to Debian's 20,500.
>Doesnt even work on a virtual machine
>Pacman -Syyu issues
>Why dont I just buy a Mac then
Any KDE flavoured distro
>Why dont I just use windows then
>Nottu dissu shitu again
>Hey this is actually decent looking with Xfce
>Decide on Xubuntu
>Install detsroys everything
>Somehow fix it
>Everything jerst wueghrks
THANKS STALLMAN FOR MAKING LINUX/UBUNTU
As a fun fact, this picture was made on the version of Pinta which comes in the Ubuntu repos, a version which is .3 versions behind and makes resizing selections a huge hassle.
Sorry, man, you fell for bait.
>debian logo goes over the man's leg
I've made a terrible mistake
Gr8, so we can make Linux look like this again.
Honestly the only thing I would change about Gnome 2 is to make the titlebar the same color as the back / border of the application and add a search / run feature to the Application menu. Aside from that Gnome 2 was pretty good.
Depends on what you want it for. The OS is outdated from day one. If it's just for a notebook which you're going to use only for browsing the web, probably.
I wouldn't recommend using on your main PC, unless you want something mac alike.
ahh, i've had it install for about six months. i fucking love et <3
i do have to reinstall it. i'm a bit behind on updates, but last time i did a distro update all my shit got fuk'd. so i'm planning on just doing a clean re-install
Exactly my thoughts. I have elementaryOS installed on the laptop that I keep in the living room just for random browsing, emails, and flinging things to my TV with Chromecast.
Even further than it just not being very up to date, it just doesn't seem to go well on a desktop. It's a very mouse driven interface that just really sucks on a desktop. With a trackpad though? It's pretty great.
When will that spin go official?
Just tried out mint mate last night after a year of lub/xub and it was really nice, considering switching completely
I think a lot more people miss Ubuntu 8.04 than anyone realises
i dont like thunar that much, it's my only gripe
the thumbnails are inconsistant, and there's no file trees in the side pane. there's so many other little things that windows explorer did that i was used too, that seem like minimal functionality, till i used thunar