View Poll Results: Which Linux Distribution Should Be Benchmarked Most On Phoronix?

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  • Ubuntu Linux

    173 21.44%
  • Sabayon / Gentoo-based

    36 4.46%
  • Manjaro / Arch-based

    234 29.00%
  • Xubuntu

    21 2.60%
  • openSUSE

    86 10.66%
  • Fedora

    162 20.07%
  • Mint

    23 2.85%
  • Debian Sid

    54 6.69%
  • "Something Else"

    18 2.23%
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Thread: Vote On A Distribution For Linux Benchmarking

  1. #501
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    Quote Originally Posted by nll_a View Post
    Of course it did:
    http://manjaro.org/2013/07/27/vote-f...-phoronix-com/
    https://twitter.com/ManjaroLinux/sta...13423368937472

    Now what do you suppose would happen if we posted something similar on the Ubuntu forums?
    Nope the Ubuntu Forums are 1/2 dead

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinuxGamer View Post
    Nope the Ubuntu Forums are 1/2 dead
    Do you not have anything better to do with your time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayrulez View Post
    Do you not have anything better to do with your time?
    yeah but waiting for Dota 2 to Que up sucks

    This looks cool can we get it on the poll?


  4. #504
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    Debian sid. Aren't most distros based on Debian if you compare the numbers? It's used on servers and tweaked and Ubuntu used to be Debian-based.

    Since, they use the 'non-free' ethic, any of the tests and configuration would be more useful to the Linux community since people would become more familiar with actually using their OS. I mean, the additional tweaking illustrates the internals and configuration required. Of course, the Ubuntu OOTB convenience is good but Canonical/Ubuntu are going off the road more and more so I'm not sure it's a good pick as the 'official' choice for benchmarking.

    Just my two cents.

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