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Artix

Artix is a rolling-release distribution based on Arch Linux that uses OpenRC, runit or s6 init instead of systemd. Artix Linux has its own package repositories but, as a pacman-based distribution, can use packages from Arch Linux repositories or any other derivative distribution, even packages explicitly depending on systemd. The Arch User Repository (AUR) can also be used.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artix_Linux
Homepage: https://artixlinux.org/

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My favorite. Nice and easy pacman based distro. Works very well. No 1 choice for intermediate and advanced users. Most importantly it does not uae SystemD crap.

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Woke

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Fast, simple, systemd-free. Friendly community and dev team. Niche enough to give you that elitist aura everyone craves for. 3 real inits systems to choose from. In a pinch, you can even use systemd-dependent packages. Best uniform dark theme of the trade. Cool logo. Been running it on my personal and work PCs since day one without a hiccup. What's more to ask?

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Nathan

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A nice distro that is essentially Arch without systemd

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