@robert kubuntu or manjaro
depending if you want to go apt or pacman
I've not tried SuSe for many years so I can't comment
@speaksthegeek downloading suse now, looking at manjaro now.
@robert that been said I have had issues with Manjaro and using more than 1 HDD but that being said I have 4 in my system all for Linux since I ditched windows totally the other week
@robert how did it go with the KDE testing? :)
@speaksthegeek I like it for the most part! Honestly I have been at a conference all week and left that laptop at home. I will play with it more next. First impression of it is good!
@robert that is a good start then :D
Pretty much any distro now supports officially KDE, and you can now download any distro with KDE by default.
@iLoveCinnamon True, but I was using PopOS which I like a lot, but pretty sure their KDE implementation is vanilla at best.
@claudiom ooohhh what is this?
@claudiom Very very fascinating. What does this exist when Kubuntu exists? Different aim? Different repos?
@robert I think it uses Ubuntu as the base, but the KDE stuff is usually the latest and greatest version of all KDE applications.
@robert The KDE team is responsible for this distro.
@claudiom Sold! Downloading that one now.
@robert I personally haven't tried it, but some podcasters I listen to have used it and like it.
@robert is kde plasma not available as an option on debian?
@big_chip I am sure it is!
@robert Kubuntu! 19.04 is coming out in like a week or two but 18.10 is already great
@robert I was KDE Neon user for a while and I recommend it but is not a distro itself
I used KaOS before I switched to Qubes (which you coud run with KDE as well), and I don't agree with the author of the article. KaOS handled the monster KDE very well, from my perspective.
@mastor thanks for the link. Great write up.
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