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You already have the solution. Choose Lubuntu LTS (Long Term Support), that's 14.04.5 supported until 2019-04 (another 3 years) or 16.04.1 supported until 2021-04 (another 5 years) Ubuntu, and its derivatives, have LTS releases every 2 years. This of course applies for LXDE alone. LxQt, while very interesting, is still WiP and getting real support for it ...


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You cannot remove systemd from Debian 8 without affecting a wide range of Debian packages which have systemd support already compiled into them. Sure you can remove libsystemd0, but that will also take udev and consolekit with it, for instance. If you decide to install/patch something later which relies on systemd, consolekit or udev, you will not be able to ...


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If you want a complicated distro, Arch is the best. Reasons No graphical installation. You'll have to run commands to install it. That includes- Setting up the partitions, Installing the system, Configuring locales, time etc. , Setting up internet. During installation, you will be able to "handpick" ackages that you want. This will increase your knowledge ...



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