Opinion Question
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Which linux is under the most development and/or is the most stable
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(12-04-2016, 01:36 AM)nebbors Wrote: Which linux is under the most development and/or is the most stable

For the pine64? Ubuntu is the fastest moving distro. You can't go far wrong with longsleep's Ubuntu Xenial Image or the Armbian pine64 distros (legacy) if you just want a minimal image ready to build something else on top of.
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(12-04-2016, 03:04 AM)pfeerick Wrote:
(12-04-2016, 01:36 AM)nebbors Wrote: Which linux is under the most development and/or is the most stable

For the pine64? Ubuntu is the fastest moving distro. You can't go far wrong with longsleep's Ubuntu Xenial Image or the Armbian pine64 distros (legacy) if you just want a minimal image ready to build something else on top of.

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I use both Ubuntu distro and Debian, but for my personal use start with a basic command line Debian install.  Is there any reason I shouldn't consider the base Ubuntu and Debian kernel and installs equivalent?  For practical purposes the repos would be different.  I will often build from source, but prefer to be lazy and let apt-get do the work.
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