Is Debian a real pain in the ass? Ubuntu is running kind of crappy on my computer, so it might be time to move on again. Then with Debian, there's the question of whether to do "stable", "testing", or "unstable." I think I'm more of an "unstable" type of guy, lol, but I don't want a mess. I can handle light mess, but not a big mess.
Or, should I do Sidux which is based on Debian unstable, as is Ubuntu. I loved KDE for about 10 years, but once I got off of it, I don't really want it back. The plasma desktop didn't really appeal.
I've really gotten into the Debian package manager, which Ubuntu and Sidux use. I like doing a clickety-click, sipping a beer, and seeing the app install no problem.
I'm not opposed to distros that are called "hard", or at least "non-newbie". I did run Slackware for about 10 years, but it lacks a real package manager. I ended up compiling most of the software for it, but I want to stick with a click-n-install package manager at this point.
Just don't know what to do. For sure we don't do Windows and Mac here. We done got too free.
OK, I'll keep meditating on it.