What Linux OS do you use currently?

IceDigger

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What flavor of Linux is installed on your machine(s)?

I'm using Linux Lite 4.4 w/5.1 Kernel on both my work desktop HP Z820 and my work laptop HP Elitebook 810.
 

David_Schroth

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I don't use Linux on my desktops, but use it fairly extensively on my servers and virtual machines - no GUI for me.
  • The FPS Review website and Forums - Ubuntu 18.04
  • Home Storage Server - Freenas (Free BSD)
  • Main gig web server - CentOS 7 (Running Plesk)
  • Other VMs - Mix of Ubuntu 16.04 and 18.04 depending on when I set them up.
 

northrop

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At home, the vast majority of my day-to-day productivity relies on Adobe software (and various extensions), and I'm not jumping through hoops to make it all work.
 

alttabbins

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I was on Manjaro for at least a year before I switched to POP!_OS. I run Cinnamon on both so the differences are minimal. I DO miss the AUR on Manjaro though. Its hard to give up POP!_OS though with how forward thinking they are. I love having power profiles for my laptop and pre-installed current drivers on my desktop. Especially since I run a RTX 2080ti which I couldn't even get Ubuntu 18.04 running with due to an old driver that is completely incompatible.
 

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I don't do linux, but FreeBSD keeps a permanent home on my computer (even though I use Windows for daily use).
 

Quasar56

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Ubuntu dual booted with Win10.....switching back to OpenSuse with the release of 15.1
 

alxlwson

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Never could stick with it. Used various distro's over the years for a month or two, but just couldn't be bothered to be searching CLI commands on a near daily basis.
 

Bezant

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Fedora on my home media server and on my laptop (dual boot). Tried verious debian flavors but always coming back to fedora... On the server, I run XFCE, and on the laptop, KDE.
 

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Mint Cinnamon 18.3 on mine, Manjaro Cinnamon on a new build for a family member, Bodhi linux on an old laptop for emergency usage.
 

IceDigger

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Going to try out MX Linux and see what all the hubub is about.
 

kschendel

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OpenSUSE, Tumbleweed on the dev box and Leap 15.1 on the cluster, all KDE. (The laptop and iMac run OS/X, of course.)

I had Centos on some of the cluster nodes, but having a couple different distros was annoying for no particular benefit, so I changed it.

I generally run newer kernels though. I think I have 5.0.20 everywhere at the moment. (Gotta be careful with the one node with a weird GT120 video card, the nouveau people manage to break it every now and then, although it hasn't happened for a while now.)
 
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CentOS on all my servers. We use RHEL almost exclusively at work, and my previous job was a toss up between RHEL and OEL, so keeping my Red Hat skills up to date is pretty big for me. That being said, my heart belongs to Debian.
 

bbenz3

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I just tried out Ubuntu on Windows and seems to work quite well.
 
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