Hey guys! Went back and saw that there were a couple of "switching to Linux" type posts scattered throughout this board, but didn't see anything for the people who have been using Linux in some form or another for a while. Also not wanting to necro-bump threads that have been dead for 3+ years. Mods, please be gentle with the lashings if this is out of place. Are you a Linux user? Do you have a distro of choice? Run it on desktops as a hobby or configure it for servers as your main source of income? Favorite open-source apps? Discuss here. As for me, I've been a Linux user for almost 10 years now, I first dipped my hand into the water by installing Ubuntu 8.04 on my laptop when I decided that Vista was The Devil(tm), and since then I've run the gamut from Ubuntu allllll the way up to Funtoo and Slackware. I liked Funtoo (and Gentoo), but having to let portage run overnight for package upgrades made the tradeoffs not worth it. Was using Fedora 24 up until a few weeks ago when I switched back to Arch with Gnome3 on top. This system Just Works for me - I get the awesomeness of the Arch User Repositories and the wiki with the relative stability of Gnome3. I've been known to use the awesome tiling window manager in the past, but it got a bit unruly. I still have my config file so I couuuuuld run it again if I wanted to, but again with the Just Works thing. Also Linuxing stuff at work - we're a mostly Ubuntu shop with some Centos boxes thrown in for fun. I'm also currently studying to get my RHCSA and then my RHCE, before potentially moving on to networking and security certifications. How about you guys?