So I've been using Arch Linux for a while now and I was pretty comfortable with it. But there's a few things that I don't quite like about it, one of them being Systemd.
I've distro hopped before, which means I tried quite a number of distros. I did some research and I found out about Void Linux, which seems pretty nice actually.
For those of you who haven't heard of it before, Void Linux is an independent distribution and instead of Systemd, they use Runit. Lots of people also say that Void's package manager is even better than Pacman. The distro itself is minimal, fast. Incredible bootup speeds. Complete opposite of bloat.
However I'm also a bit too lazy to reinstall everything, to backup my files, reconfigure, etc.
What are your thoughts on DuckDuckGo after the censoring thing? I personally switched to StartPage, but I was looking for something else. Any suggestions?
Just got into Rust, thought it would be fun to learn, but I can't really decide if I should learn it "full-time". I'm already quite familiar with C/C++ and most things I need, I can do in C++.
I also noticed that Rust isn't as widely used as C++ is, or C.
Some Rust devs will definitely tell me that C/C++ isn't safe and memory allocation can be poorly implemented, which is kinda true, Rust is safer. However, if you know what you're doing, you can write as safe code in C or C++.
What's your opinion?
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