Are you distro-hoping? Only for Linux friends

Distro-Hoping: Can't You Stop It? Linux distributions; Are you one of those people who has tried everything or almost everything, but every time you see something interesting do you think of doing a new installation?

If so, you are not alone. This behavior is called distro-hoping by Linux friends. The term describes the acute dependency syndrome caused by Linux. Distro-Hoping

We don't know if any have been created Anonymous Linux users, and of course the phenomenon has not been studied as to whether it shows deprivation syndrome in the absence of new ISOs.

Due to the lack of literature, we will not deal further with the issue as we can not document it.

However, we are thinking of making a start with this post.

How many of you do distro-hoping? If the percentage is high we should seek some special treatment.
Share your thoughts if you want. Write down the distributions you have already tried.

By the way let me share my list:


και OpenMandriva
MX Linux
and other forks from time to time.

Στα σχόλια παρακάτω μπορείτε να προσθέσετε τη δική σας λίστα. Τα θα χρησιμοποιηθούν για επιστημονικούς σκοπούς, και συγκεκριμένα για την παρασκευή κάποιας ουσίας που θα σταματάει το τρέμουλο σε περίπτωση που δείτε νέο ISO. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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  1. I'm one of the oldest linux fans and many have recently changed for the worse
    instead of being more liberal, it starts to show up accessories from monitored centers

  2. gentoo, debian / devuan, slackware, centos, * buntu, backtrack / kali
    and the other side of the ocean: openbsd, netbsd.
    I put them in order of preference ..

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