By the way, I use

a lightweight and flexible Linux® distribution that tries to Keep It Simple. — Arch Linux1

The Arch Linux principles2 render it an ideal foundation for fine-tuning a system to personal needs. Though this requires using the command-line interface and get involved with technology details, you are one step closer to know your system inside out.

From my experience Arch Linux is not a beginner’s choice. For this reason, you may consider Manjaro, which is based on Arch Linux. For certain use cases Ubuntu Studio (Pro audio), Kali Linux (Pentesting and IT security evaluation), or Tails (Privacy and activism) are better options.

This collection of guides documents my installation and system setup.

  1. A quote from the Arch Linux website ↩︎

  2. The principles of Arch Linux in the ArchWiki ↩︎

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