Mørningsens, my deario Linux dabblers
Debian is a great Linux base. For various reasons. It’s stable hardly needs any maintenance and will happily run your servers and business oriented workstations.
As you surely remember I abandoned Sparky Debian from my lame-ass Acer netbook back in April and swapped it for EndeavourOS. Which was maybe a bit unfair but inevitable when we take my EOS fangurling into account. I just don’t have a need for a Debian-based system. And I love Arch. Coz it’s moar sexy. So, there.
It might be different with you. You might not like total sexy freshness but want ultra-reliable ruggedness and forget everything else. Still, vanilla Debian is too unfriendly and geeky for you and you need something simple. Install and forget-type. Well, for that case there is Sparky Linux. In fact I still think if you’re not a total doofus, yet can’t live with MX’s Xfce desktop, and can’t stand LMDE’s bloat, then your only and best decision would be for Sparky Linux!
Fortunately the Sparky team just released a new snapshot:
I haven’t installed 4.13 yet, and I don’t plan on doing it, but as everybody knows Sparky is Debian and Debian is unkaputtable! So, guys if you maybe have a media- or game server at home, or just need a machine to do your pesky office work on or your tax declaration or whatnot important shit, and don’t have the time and love to use your superduper cool production- and gaming system for it, Sparky will be your best and truest friend.
Even Karmi was halfways friendly towards Sparky Linux. And that means something!