nothing of both, that proofs that you are a ashole and dumb, and to insult somebody without got insulted by this person or hurt in any different way also proofs that you are the dumb motherfucker
so another proof of your dumbness!
its only so taht in 99.99999999999999% of any tutoral or even on official wikis you get noted that you should do that next...
But you can think here different, but because of that you dont have to insult me, ashole!
And its not just the interface, yes I am able to use even such a bad interface, I just think that its a bad sign if that tools arent that good.
Arch can maybe be a ok distri I would not have mentioned it, when I just think its totaly bad, but at least for testing new stuff even ubuntu is better, the support from the ppas to test as example very new mesa builds is better than what garbage often lies in AUR.
Maybe my comparsion with gentoo is set to high, they had maybe there best days also behind them, back in the days I used it, latestly in a weak after something a bit bigger was released there were packages or build scripts at least in unstable, now they seem to work also more with 3rd party (and because of that often less quality) stuff.
But just because gentoo is now also bad, makes the desktop linux question not better, I find it somewhat strange that there is no linux, not even the in 1 week coming beta version of the next ubuntu release have gnome-shell 3.7xx packages. and arch dont have it, and sadly even gentoo dont have it as option.
Thats my problem with todays linuxes, yes not everybody wants to play around with new packages that are not ready for productive environments, but to have the option is not bad.
The only one I just found out who can deliver me that option in a non-3rdparty way is fedora:
So if they get there release-dates back somewhat sync with the gnome-releases I could think to it that it would be the alternative to me.
But then is the question if arch linux fails to deliver (if you exclude AUR) very new versions of even major software parts whats the point in rolling releases??? I dont really get that.