Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 17th Sep 2011 00:19 UTC
Linux "Many Linux distributions have taken the path of easy GUI-based installation, in order to appeal to a broader mix of users. But not Arch Linux, which emphasises simplicity of technical complexity over general usability. Richard Hillesley explains."
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For me arch installation was no big deal, the main thing I like about it is you can setup a workstation and not worry about you're distro to try and be `innovative` and impress you.

Its nice just to have access to the latest pakages and not worry about ubuntu's / fedora's new `direction`.

Btw, by KISS - I mean the system and package manager implementation, pacman for me is a lot faster then yum, making packages is also really easy.

Edited 2011-09-17 13:53 UTC

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