Re: [orca-list] rolling release distros

Arch, since it comes with a guided installer. Talking Manjaro as well, and Solus too

Arch also has a ton of spins like Genux, and Talking Manjaroo

Solus is hit or miss, depending on what you're wanting to do with it, but it is a rolling release, more up to date than Ubuntu LTS

On 13/05/2021 15:47, Daniel McGee via orca-list wrote:
Hi all

Are there any distros that one can install with orca and by there nature: considered as rolling release?

By this, I don't mean the distros that one updates every six months or the long term support versions either.

This is just out of more curiosity than anything else. I've tried out a lot of distros which have orca support which use the standard: LTS or update twice yearly but never have heard of any rolling release distros that one can use with orca. Hence, my enquiring about it.

Many thanks

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