Certified foxgirl enjoyer. Weeb, but hasn’t properly watched anime in ages. Gamer of incresingly niche subgenres. Aficionado of racecars, mechas, fighter jets, and any other vehicles you can think of. Lives in the wrong side of the planet compared to all my friends. Made accounts in 278 different in

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Cake day: June 15th, 2023

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  • Same for me. There are some interests I have (mostly niche games) that just don’t have the population to have any sort of traction here. I don’t comment or vote there anymore, and I’m only still logged in on my main PCs because I didn’t bother logging out. Deleted all my old comments and posts.











  • They’re simple to get into for anyone with an introductory interest in Linux, although I haven’t liked Ubuntu in ages. My Mint setup took a bit of effort but it does game pretty well. Fedora could be a good recommendation too, I liked that when I tried it out. There’s some gaming focused distros like Bazzite or Nobara, but I feel like I can get a “normal” distro working to a similar state for games, and I don’t have to hope that a small team doesn’t fold and my distro loses updates support.

    I’m trying out OpenSUSE Tumbleweed this week, wanna see if it’s a good alternative to Fedora.

    I don’t dare try Arch yet, and thus I also wouldn’t recommend it to any new user.