Fedora vs Debian and Arch Linux

Published on April 16, 2022 by

Lets breakdown Linux Distributions and figure out which one is good at what.

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  • Mick Hicks Hixy 3 months ago

    I find arch to difficult,Fedora just works for me .As an average user who doesn't want to use Windows its great for me .

  • Gamer Boy 3 months ago

    When did fedora become a rolling distro?? Are you talking about rawhide?

  • Shitboy 3 months ago

    > if you don't have a great package manager it can spell disaster down the road.

    Yeah just look at windows

  • lordeisschrank 3 months ago

    I've read quite a lot complaints about fedora… particularly when it comes to bug fixes

  • Junhai Yang 3 months ago

    Fedora is not based on RHEL, it's the other way around

  • Tak MHz 3 months ago

    To use all three at the same time with apt, pacman, and dnf at the same time. Try Bedrock Linux

  • Mamo_grag17 3 months ago

    A lot of people saying Arch is unstable and you may face up some bugs, but i didn't face anything while using it, the AUR is there if you need some app that is not available on repo(you can read on net why the repository packages are limited), and also the community is freaking big, there is a lot of support, and the thing that i like about Arch is the up to date.

  • Christian Gutierrez 3 months ago

    i have a laptop i3 3rd gen 4gb ddr intel graphics, what distro would you recommend to install on it, at the moment i have mx linux but still feels clunky, i know it's a hard question but it's the only computer i have that i can take to school x.x

  • Môrsíne 3 months ago

    I've always been comfortable with Debian. And still am.

  • Joe 3 months ago

    First time I tried Linux was Ubuntu back around 2007. Then was primarily on Mac for many years. Tried various distros over the years in VM's to play around. When Fedora 34 came out last year, I put it on a mini pc to see what it was like on bare metal. I literally stopped using my iMac, and have been on the Linux PC full time. Fedora 34 was the point where I was like – ok, this has all the drivers installed already, I can connect to my printer automatically, I can get all sorts of software in the app store, use flatpaks if you want or not if not, current kernels for newer hardware, super stable and nothing ever broken, btrfs and snapshots allowing system restores if I break something. long story short: as a Linux n00b, it was easy out of the box to get started, and the more I learned about Linux, the more I loved the distro I chose.

  • Yura 3 months ago

    What are your thoughts regarding rpm-ostree, Fedora Silverblue/Kinoite?
    Regarding number of exploits, I think this number correlates with popularity of an OS: Windows was way more popular than Debian and Debian was noticeably more common than Fedora over the course of last 20 years.

  • abhineet sharma 3 months ago

    Listening to Tool, eh? And thank you for doing a review of OS beyond UI.

  • Cory R 3 months ago

    Fedora Core 6 was the first linux distro I ever tried. Wasn't bad until the package manager decided to break. I tried Ubuntu and have pretty much stayed with debian based distros since.

  • RJ J 3 months ago

    After putting off using Linux for a long time and getting distro confused, I tried mx linux. I'm happy.

  • Pestilence204 3 months ago

    Fedora is not rolling release, nor is it based on RHEL. It’s the other way around. Fedora is upstream of RHEL.

  • lisbeth salander 3 months ago

    How weird,I just installed fedora and saw this video

  • Krzysztof Sobiecki 3 months ago

    There is Debian Unstable/Experimental if you really want current software. But it's not for everyone, You might want to have skills to fix your system if something will go wrong (it will, more likely something small, but from time to time system might not boot after upgrade, it could happen in past, right now it's very rare).