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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-14-2019, 01:18 AM
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Excellent, thanks a lot Intel for making it easy for me stay with Mint because this is Linux after all.

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None of the performance tests of Clear linux are ever done against Gentoo, which allows for compiling of all software to be optimized for your hardware.

Everything on my Gentoo desktop is compiled specifically for Ryzen using -march=znver1 CFLAGS and CPU_FLAGS_X86="aes avx avx2 f16c fma3 mmx mmxext pclmul popcnt sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 sse4a ssse3"
Gentoo and Arch are gonna be even more fine tuned, yes, but they're also quite painful to set up and configure.

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I am not sure it matters in the overall grand scheme of things. When people bench mark windows they don't call out the testers and say hey you didn't fine tune everything to that machine or make all the reg mods required to actually juice performance out of that ms-virus. They just do it as general setup

The story here is its easier for the non experts to saturate the Linux space with their newbness and do so with descent performance. I like Gentoo. I thought it was a great distro. I do not see an everyday non power user suffering through its install process or trying to maintain the painful process of updating the system with portage which is probably the best package manager of em all but that is besides the point. As a seasoned user I switched to Arch. which, I can do all the stuff you do in Gentoo and make all the same configuration changes and optimize the distro for my machine directly but so can Clear Linux and Centos and DSL and Slackware and $linux_distro_choice .

This message was not intended as hostile or to provoke flame wars or to troll.

Yes, you can make those changes on other distros, it would just be a lot easier on Gentoo since it is already source based.

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I just use Mint, it's Linux without having to be all elitist about being foss, having a boner for the command line even when it's not needed, making things unnecessarily complicated, etc... I can do all the crazy Slackware Arch stuff if I really want to, but I'm not forced to do it and out of box my OS is as easy to use as Windows. I trust the repos, and I don't feel like sysadmin'ing my Linux 24/7, the popular distros understand this.

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