First look at Ubuntu 13.04 and a reflection on a month with Arch

Posted by slacker_mike on Apr 26, 2013 9:26 AM EDT; By Jayson Rowe
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I've always had a little bit of "distrohopper" in me. I'd usually get bored and want to try something new after reading about it.

Almost always I end up back on Ubuntu after a while. I've really been using Ubuntu pretty much exclusively since 2005.

Last year I switched exclusively to Fedora for a while (about 9 months) because I was having to use RHEL/CentOS at work and needed to learn more about it. It was painful for me, not because Fedora is bad or anything, it's just not my ideal desktop distribution. It was the longest I'd ever stuck with something besides Ubuntu. As soon as I was comfortable with the Red Hat tool-set (and the fact I moved from being a Server Admin to a Software Developer at work), I moved back to Ubuntu.

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