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[Phoronix] 100+ Benchmarks Between Clear Linux vs. Arch-Based Manjaro Linux - Summer 2019 Tests

Source: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...ro-2019-Summer

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For those wondering how Intel's performance-optimized Clear Linux is comparing to the Arch-based Manjaro Linux distribution, here are a number of benchmarks on the same Intel Core i7 8700K in seeing how these rolling-release distros are competing for summer 2019.

More than 100 benchmarks were run on Clear Linux and Manjaro Linux using their latest releases for providing the very latest packages.
https://openbenchmarking.org/result/...NJ34&obr_sgm=y
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Does this include security patches for the newest round of speculative vulnerabilities?
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Does this include security patches for the newest round of speculative vulnerabilities?
Curious about this too.

Wonder if Intel did any of the patches differently.

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Latest packages my ass.

I'm a Manjaro user and I've been sitting on a 5.x kernel since around January. Someone tell that Phoronix guy that changing kernels in Manjaro is as easy as right clicking the Manjaro activities menu, select the kernel from a menu and reboot. Even faster if you do it at boot from GRUB.

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Latest packages my ass.

I'm a Manjaro user and I've been sitting on a 5.x kernel since around January. Someone tell that Phoronix guy that changing kernels in Manjaro is as easy as right clicking the Manjaro activities menu, select the kernel from a menu and reboot. Even faster if you do it at boot from GRUB.
well, 4.19.x is their latest LTS version though.

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When are they finally learn and include Windows in their tests?

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Switching kernels on some Linux distros is very easy, either on boot or via GUI or via update GUI to download and install a version you want. And then pray.
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When are they finally learn and include Windows in their tests?

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Switching kernels on some Linux distros is very easy, either on boot or via GUI or via update GUI to download and install a version you want. And then pray.
Because they've already done that and showed Clear Linux is faster. If I was running an AMD system I would be running Tumbleweed.

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Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
Switching kernels on some Linux distros is very easy, either on boot or via GUI or via update GUI to download and install a version you want. And then pray.
No need to pray. If you have a failed boot you just have to reboot your computer and press esc after BIOS to pick whatever worked for you before.

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