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post #111 of 1021
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I did get that humble bundle, so I will try out Thomas was alone.  Bastion was pretty decent.  I cant say I am all that into horror, but since Amnesia came with the bundle, I might try it out.

 

The latest game I played was Sword and Sworcery.  I really didnt think I would like it, but ended up having a blast playing through it.  Thanks for the suggestions guys!

post #112 of 1021
Hello! I jumped over to Fedora 19 with its release, running the gnome desktop. I mainly game WoW. I do however lay other games. But the listt is too long to write here.

I go by iPatch on steam and I am a long time ubuntu user. I an fairly new to fedora, but if anyone has any experiences to share, or any questions to pose I am always willing to devote some time wink.gif
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Hello! I jumped over to Fedora 19 with its release, running the gnome desktop. I mainly game WoW. I do however lay other games. But the listt is too long to write here.

I go by iPatch on steam and I am a long time ubuntu user. I an fairly new to fedora, but if anyone has any experiences to share, or any questions to pose I am always willing to devote some time wink.gif

Welcome!! If you have any questions, let us know and I am sure people will respond!

 

I actually have a question for you though, why did you make the switch from Ubuntu to Fedora 19?  Just curious lol biggrin.gif

post #114 of 1021
I switched back to pure Arch Linux, btw. Manjaro was good, but I like to have my own customised desktop. smile.gif
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I switched back to pure Arch Linux, btw. Manjaro was good, but I like to have my own customised desktop. smile.gif

I have read a lot of praise about Arch Linux, is it really that good?  I do strive for efficiency and stability, and I think that Arch offers both.  I just wouldnt know where to start

post #116 of 1021
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I switched back to pure Arch Linux, btw. Manjaro was good, but I like to have my own customised desktop. smile.gif
I have read a lot of praise about Arch Linux, is it really that good?  I do strive for efficiency and stability, and I think that Arch offers both.  I just wouldnt know where to start

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Beginners%27_Guide << This is a good start.

Or even better read all Wiki categories in order left-down to right-down first: https://wiki.archlinux.org/
post #117 of 1021
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I have read a lot of praise about Arch Linux, is it really that good?  I do strive for efficiency and stability, and I think that Arch offers both.  I just wouldnt know where to start

Arch is part of the category of Linux I'd call the "BYOE" (Build Your Own Experience, this includes Arch, Slackware, and Gentoo among others). It means that the outcomes are you are looking for are almost entirely up to you and your abilities. It's definitely the "easiest" out of the BYOE category but it will definitely be bit of a shock to anyone coming from anything that is more "end user" setup such as the openSUSE, Fedora, Mint/buntu worlds who hadn't bothered to look into what Arch is. If you are up to doing more work then Arch will reward you for it. But if you're going to be thinking about things like the end user orientated distros then you're going to be sad; especially if you don't keep up to date on the update news as there is always the rare possibility that some big change comes that if you didn't read about it will wreck your install until you fix it.
     
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post #118 of 1021
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Welcome!! If you have any questions, let us know and I am sure people will respond!

I actually have a question for you though, why did you make the switch from Ubuntu to Fedora 19?  Just curious lol biggrin.gif

I'm not sure why. Wanted to try out something relatively new without stuff being totally unfamiliar, like it would with arch for instance. Also Fedora 19 being so fresh I just jumped on it ^^ Installed KDE over it and hurray smile.gif
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I'm not sure why. Wanted to try out something relatively new without stuff being totally unfamiliar, like it would with arch for instance. Also Fedora 19 being so fresh I just jumped on it ^^ Installed KDE over it and hurray smile.gif

Are you enjoying it thus far?

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Are you enjoying it thus far?

Having some minor issues with making wine run my stuff well. But other than that I love it. Pretty lightweight for how it looks. At times it can seem as though it was designed for a pad, but overall pretty good. I had to do an update as soon as I installed it however. All the fonts went to crap :C
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