Today, it's time for us to turn our attention to the fan favorite Arch Linux.
"Arch Linux is a free and open source distribution for x86 - 64-based architectures. It is a rolling release which means that it constantly gets updates of fixes and new features and it can be installed from a CD image, USB, or via an FTP server.
Starting from the 10 reasons why I love Ubuntu and the 12 reasons to switch over to Linux to the best reasons to use Fedora Linux, FossMint has covered several reasons why one or the other Linux distro is a good choice of a workstation to make..."
Call us jaded, but we imagine that like last June's survey results, a 2019 survey would once again knight the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ as the runaway winner
"Our 2019 spring edition catalog of hacker-friendly SBCs under $200 that run Linux or Android offers updated descriptions, specs, and pricing for 125 SBCs. Two big questions for 2019: Is it time for AI, and what about those tariffs?
Welcome to our latest catalog of 125 community-backed Linux and Android SBCs. We're skipping the reader survey this year, although you're welcome to cast your unofficial vote in the comments section at the end of this introduction..."
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