I was very proud of myself for finally installing linux on the other half of my HDD. I told my friend that I had decided on Ubuntu. He then chuckled at me and said it was "fluffy" and that it was "not real Linux". I was just curious to see if this was a commonly held belief and why so? What makes it "fluffy"? And what would be considered "real linux".
I don't want to be a nerd poser!
Sarah -don't panic, I'm mostly harmless-
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