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Note: Some people still have Ubuntu-GNOME and Antergos set as their distribution, since neither actually exist any more with Ubuntu-GNOME now just being Ubuntu and Antergos announcing their shut-down both will be removed soon as options.

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axredneck 25 May, 2019
Quoting: kodkuceI use OPENBOX+Tint2+Rofi but i selected LXDE for DE cuz duno what else :)
Select "Window Manager Only"
DamonLinuxPL 25 May, 2019
Quoting: tuubi
Quoting: DamonLinuxPLSVG: https://svgur.com/s/DFQ
In case it matters, that's a PNG embedded in an SVG, not an actual vector image.

Sorry, I'm not a graphics expert.

This svg logo should be correct https://sendeyo.com/en/46f46f6749
Liam Dawe 25 May, 2019
OpenMandriva has now been added.
Torqachu 25 May, 2019
proton via gamehub worth as a derivative of wine?
use steam play for a quick test applies to "When was the last time you used Steam Play to play a Windows game?"

my poor antergos, has been installed on my computer since 2015 (time passes quickly)... :'(
I need a fast method to install arch (fast for me, arch users don't shoot me please <3 )

some users are trying to keep the spirit alive in a "new" distro.
https://forum.antergos.com/topic/11780/endeavour-antergos-community-s-next-stage

Post politely offered by google translate, I don't trust my rusty English :D
DamonLinuxPL 25 May, 2019
Quoting: liamdaweOpenMandriva has now been added.

Thanks :)
Spud13y 25 May, 2019
Quoting: Torqachuproton via gamehub worth as a derivative of wine?
use steam play for a quick test applies to "When was the last time you used Steam Play to play a Windows game?"

my poor antergos, has been installed on my computer since 2015 (time passes quickly)... :'(
I need a fast method to install arch (fast for me, arch users don't shoot me please <3 )

some users are trying to keep the spirit alive in a "new" distro.
https://forum.antergos.com/topic/11780/endeavour-antergos-community-s-next-stage

Post politely offered by google translate, I don't trust my rusty English :D

Wouldn't uninstalling the programs from the Antergos repo and then removing the repo work just as well?
g000h 25 May, 2019
Looking at the stats, I was amused by the "Number of Monitors" section. There are a few people with 5 monitors and 10 monitors connected to their Linux computer. Trying to imagine what they do on such a setup. Also, wouldn't it be better to have, say, three 4K monitors (equivalent to 12 HD monitors) than 10 individual screens.

On another note, the tiny percentage changes month-on-month could be explained by people just forgetting to answer the survey question one month and remembering on another month, as well as people joining and leaving the survey. I think the trends are more applicable, when you view user count across multiple months, rather than percentage change across one month.


Last edited by g000h on 25 May 2019 at 9:07 pm UTC
Pangaea 25 May, 2019
Quoting: liamdawe
Quoting: PangaeaIt looks like the percentage calculus is a bit wonky. See the below picture.



The percentage change is the same, but the amount of people is wildly different. It's the same for several other stats too, not just this one. It's just extra visible here due to so few variables.
It's correct, as it's comparing to the previous month, with the later month having less who answered.

Edit: I guess I can see why that's confusing, since I'm doing it directly against the previous percentage and not the actual percentage difference.

Update: I've now corrected that to be the actual percentage difference, not the plain change. Better?

Thanks, yes that looks better. It was a bit confusing before.
Ivancillo 25 May, 2019
Hello.

How many people have an SLI or Crossfire setup?

And how many graphics cards, 2, 3 ,4?
WorMzy 25 May, 2019
Quoting: TorqachuI need a fast method to install arch

Here you go. :)

Quoting: Spud13yWouldn't uninstalling the programs from the Antergos repo and then removing the repo work just as well?

It might "work", but it's not Arch and won't be supported by the Arch community.
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