May 28, 2018 ❖ Tags: opinion, linux, gentoo
It seems that the general consensus on "distro hopping," the act of constantly switching between distributions of GNU/Linux, is that it's a bad habit that should be consciously avoided. If you do a search for the term, you'll get articles with titles along the lines of "How I Stopped Distro Hopping." But it's also a term that gets thrown around loosely, and I think that that "distro hopping" is an acceptable practice in a lot of the contexts where the phrase is used. Needless to say, I've "hopped" distributions in the past month, and this blog post is going to describe the highs and lows of that experience.
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