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I make let's plays, guides, and more.

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Any nuts, trail mix, and/or granola bars. Neither of them need refrigeration, they can easily be fitted into backpacks, they aren't loud when consumed, nor are they particularly messy. Plus they taste great and can be healthy for you (healthier than chips anyway).

PalomoPlays  ·  2256 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Which Linux distribution should I use?

The Xubuntu and Kubuntu variants, I also recommend. They don't have the hideous and nigh-unusable "Unity" desktop interface that Ubuntu introduced as a default a few years later.

PalomoPlays  ·  2256 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Which Linux distribution should I use?

If you have to ask, choose Ubuntu.

Ubuntu is far and away the most accessible to Linux newbies. The Xubuntu and Kubuntu variants are actually better, though.

However, if you're wanting to move beyond Ubuntu, there are many options. Arch, Slackware and Gentoo are three common enthusiast destinations. Fedora, OpenSUSE and Debian itself are common moderately-involved choices.

Zealotry aside, there is no one be-all end-all distribution, so it may be wise to try a few before settling on one.

DistroWatch may also be useful.