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Distrohoppers, assemble! DE experiences on different distros
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(04-20-2019, 02:25 PM)elsandosgrande Wrote: One, my hat's off to you if you can make Mutter run under KDE, or make KWin run under GNOME.

The first one will be possible. Mutter can be run stand-alone and KDE can be configured to
use a different WM instead of kwin. The second one is a bit trickier since GNOME is rather
integrated, but I have seen people using external WMs with GNOME, so it should be possible.


(04-20-2019, 02:25 PM)elsandosgrande Wrote: Two, I am getting the feeling that this is another "To systemd, or not to systemd" kind of debate, at least from that point of view. Honestly, I find that systemd best suits me, just like Wayland.

Maybe. Maybe not. I am just saying that Wayland isn't automatically better just because it is newer.
And its anti-modularity design is a huge drawback in my opinion.

Speaking about system-d: Yes it works and it is without doubt quite powerfull, but I prefer something
simple like voids 'runit', where a service can be simple shell script.


(04-20-2019, 02:25 PM)elsandosgrande Wrote: EDIT: Also, I've now switched to Gentoo.

Good luck with that!
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