caulfield wrote:Been looking at CrunchBang. Seems simple looking and very fast. What do you guys think about it? Anyone tried it?
notthatguy wrote:caulfield wrote:Been looking at CrunchBang. Seems simple looking and very fast. What do you guys think about it? Anyone tried it?
my computer achieved 2mph when I threw it out the window yesterday which is fast compared to my turtle but still slow compared to my car....
That's a good point - Arch doesn't really seem to have any sort of raison d'etre, beyond maybe KISS design. Even Gentoo's more purposeful.MrJames wrote:b) the lack of a *mindset* that results in things like our Social Contract, a 100% free kernel by default, package signing from day 1, the whole Freedom Box thing, and the separation of blobs into it's own non-free section. so on and so forth...Debian strives for freedom, quality, and security. Arch to me seems to not really care all that much.
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