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Re : Arch-based Manjaro Linux touts user-friendliness
« Réponse #1 le: 17 mai 2013 à 07:09:18 »
Hi,

I don't like how she presents things : "command line junkies". Really?

Now let's see what the friendly replacements for the pacman package manager is:

From the wiki:
Pacman-gui:


Package browser:


I am very unsure this is more friendly than the few command lines needed to do everything.

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Re : Arch-based Manjaro Linux touts user-friendliness
« Réponse #2 le: 18 mai 2013 à 02:12:12 »
I have pointed to the Manjaro distribution at the #linuxchix IRC channels today. Having ready to use versions is of course a good idea to make it easier to start with Archlinux.

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Re : Arch-based Manjaro Linux touts user-friendliness
« Réponse #3 le: 26 mai 2013 à 10:56:34 »
> Having ready to use versions is of course a good idea to make it easier to start with Archlinux.

Except that it is not Archlinux, it's something that looks like Archlinux, runs like Archlinux and sounds like Archlinux.

An interesting post about Arch forks: http://jasonwryan.com/blog/2013/03/02/forking/

> See this scathing review of Manjaro or Allan’s roundup of the Arch Spin-Offs for the details on the decisions these developers make that mean it is not practicable to support them on the Arch boards, nor desirable to do so in future. As a distro, Arch is essentially vanilla packages, pacman and rolling release, and a base on which you build your preferred system. Changing two of those three means that you are not running Arch…

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