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What's an arch based distro that updates slower? The frequent updates of the main repository are a bit too fast for my taste. I like the rolling release system so want to keep that.

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    Debian sid, probably. – jasonwryan Jun 17 '15 at 8:29
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    @jasonwryan - that's what I meant - I had a chuckle. – mikeserv Jun 17 '15 at 8:34
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    @bdowning may as well post that as an answer. – terdon Jun 17 '15 at 8:55
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    Doesn't lts only apply to the kernel and modules? What about the user space packages (gnome, vim, gcc, gawk, grep, libc etc..) – sashang Jun 17 '15 at 8:58
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    So you don't want a rolling release then? The definition of rolling release is to update each component as soon as it's available. – Gilles Jun 17 '15 at 14:44
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If it's a rolling-release that's not so bleeding-edge you're after, take a good look at Tumbleweed from OpenSuse.

Arch is generally intended to be a pure upstream system, and as such is pretty bleeding-edge. Antegros and Manjaro are Arch based systems that can lag a week or so behind, but that's probably not what you're after.

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