bitahcold

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Decision of Next Os

I was Nobara user, then I am using Fedora right now. I want to use things like Hyprland etc. and ya know, Its damn cool to say I am using arch btw. So I've decided to use Arch Linux. But everyone says its always breaking and gives problems. That's because of users, not OS.. right? I love to deal with problems but I don't want to...

bitahcold OP ,

Thanks so much for your detailed and helping answer. I can say that I'm a bit newbie. Only have used linux for 1 years. But I think I learned so much. Then I wanted to use Arch for its fame and the mindset "Arch is hard". I'm using Arch in my virtual pc to learn how to use it. And I liked its gaming performance, features of Hyprland. But whenever I see something about Arch, everyones mouth full of "Its easily breaking", "It gives error when you have an important job" etc. And that made me worry about Arch. I trust your experience and decided to use Arch. You helped so much. Thanks again. I wish you a nice day.

So if I understand you well, I just have to check news always to keep my system up to date and stable, and use popular DE. (I choosed Hyprland :)) And not to play with its settings/ packages too much because of the confidence that Arch gave. Right?

bitahcold OP ,

Hahaha. I just shocked by what i read. It took 30sec to understand.

bitahcold OP ,

I know the danger about playing with wires too much hahsha. I made some mistake when I was noob. I am just asking about Arch has problem with itself or not. But if you say its just user's problem, I am okay with it. Thanks for your answer.

bitahcold OP ,

I'm the OP! Just have read it and its replies. So I can write a general reply to these messages. I mean if Arch has problem with its stability, its developer team and etc. as the waste of time. Like, if there is some problems chronically with Arch, I don't want to mess with it. But if there is nothing wrong about Arch, don't take my "waste of time" quote important. I'm ready for learning new things and deal with problems like I said. I can say I have got somethings wrong because of the ignorant people. I understood that Arch is stable and non-troublemaking thanks to you guys. Thanks to you all. Have a nice day.

bitahcold OP ,

So you say about being careful before getting new updates and read news about it (if i get it clearly). What to do with it? How can I understand that latest update will make issues on my pc or not?

If there is no problem inside of Arch, its okay and just asked for it. But the only problem is users as far as i understood. Thanks for your reply

bitahcold OP ,

I mean if the OS has problems with in it chronically or not as waste of time. As i said, i love to deal with any problems for experience. And, that was joke, im not hopping to Arch for the cool tag. Just, I want new experiences and learning about Linux much more. Thanks for your reply. Have a good day.

bitahcold OP ,

Its looking good for me. And i like its gaming performance. The main reason for changing os is new experiences. I want Arch but the quotes "Arch is easy to get broken" yk was making me worry about it. But the previous comments helped me for that mindset. Im decisive for hopping on Arch. Thanks for reply, have a nice day.

bitahcold OP ,

I cannot say I'm an experienced Linux user. Too young for it. And the main reasons that why im hopping on Arch are new experiences and different feelings.The arch is "cool" thing was just a joke. I think so about the Kali thing.

Finally, I wanted to use Arch for different OS experienced and some new, different things. I was concerned about the thing i have explained at post, but the previous comments about it made relaxed. Now, Im decided to Arch. I like its customisable, labor-needing nature. Thanks for your detailed and helping text. Have a nice day.

bitahcold OP ,

I can say I don't have enough experince to say anything about different distros. Its my first year and I didn't changed OSs too much. I want to get new experiences and different types of things. And I liked that labor-needy and fully-controlable vibe of Arch. And just decided to Arch but I was worried about sths. Thanks to previous replies, I understood what I have to. Thanks. Have a good day.

bitahcold OP ,

Thanks to previous comments, understood the thing I was wrong and decided to use Arch relaxedly. Now I'm using Arch. Thanks. Have a nice day.

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