Clear Linux | The Fastest Linux Distro?
Let’s do a deep dive into Clear Linux and go through the installation, configuration, and overall setup for it on your System. I used an AMD 2700 for my testing, but any modern system will suffice.

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Bruce

May 26, 2020

Thanks. I'm looking to setup a new server and wanted to learn more about Clear OS. I'm not sure if I want to pick Debian or Cent OS. But I think I'll stay away from Clear OS for now.

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GD Spam King

May 26, 2020

i guess im switching to clear linux sometime,

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John Couchman

May 26, 2020

If it'll make my Atomic Pi a usable low-powered PC then I'll have to like it. So far nothing I've tried runs smoothly on my Atomic Pi.

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Alastor Holmes

May 26, 2020

Hello Chris,

I'm pretty new to Linux and I have been thinking of installing Fedora on my pc.

At 10.52 you say that you would recomend Debian or Arch based Distro's because of the packages in there repo's. Is there a problem with he repo's used by Fedora or other RHEL based systems? Should I use Manjaro instead of Fedora? Or will I be fine.

Thanks in advance, and be save in these crazy times.

Kind regards,
Alastor

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ringo de kroon

May 26, 2020

as ubuntu and clearlinux i dont care about both 🙂 as ubuntu is a take over candidate by Ms;; since ubuntu sids in windows 10 appstore

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colonforsecs

May 26, 2020

An older woman in my building uses an old netbook with an atom processor and 4 gigs of DDR 2. Windows 7 ran like trash, and the netbook Manjaro worked only a little better.
I tried clear Linux a few weeks back, and it runs better than it should. All of the packages she needed were there and running as well as a desktop computer. She uses it every day, no issues.

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Different

May 26, 2020

when was the last time you used Windows 10? The truth of the matter is that Windows 10 shipped unfinished in a beta state, and all the users were going to be subjected to bugs, security holes and a lot of things that would be really bad for their experience, this coupled with the fact casual users don't manually update ever and you would literally have casual users running the first iteration and an extremely buggy windows 10 version, that was going to quickly kill windows 10's reputation even if the things said about it are for out of date versions.

That's why it forced the updates, and that was if you weren't frequently updating manually or settings up the time you want it to update. Honestly the biggest problem for me wasn't that it was updating more like it was downloading the updates in the background, that was done so that it can update and close without you needing to wait 20 min for the download, again casual users would never manually start the update download on their own or be happy to see their computer taking 30 min to close.

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Charle MIJ

May 26, 2020

I'm running it on that Thinkpad yoga that I brought to the Linux Meetup. It works pretty nice and I'm using vscode to do the same stuff as before. Make ansible playbooks/cf templates and various other DevOps tools. You can just alias whatever wonky commands and set them in the .bashrc so that you don't have to see the ugliness. It's pretty fast and has zero issues with the sleep wake stuff other distros have had for that machine. When this Covid is over I'd like to show you some new stuff at the next local Linux shindig.

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Ubu987

May 26, 2020

The downside is the limited number of packages. You could compile your own stuff using GCC, but you would have to recompile after each kernel upgrade.

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Balen

May 26, 2020

I stopped watching as soon as you mentioned "Can't trust Intel". What the heck do you mean you can't trust Intel??? It's fucking open-source for the sake of all that is logical.

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Foxy

May 26, 2020

At least Ubuntu mate (in my opinion) runs without issues

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Frederik Grøn Schack

May 26, 2020

To me Clear Linux 32850 seems very unstable, I had three installs on the same hardware, failing in three different ways. How is this even possible? Only thing is that I changed the size of one partition and added one more bundle, between 1st and 2nd install. 2nd and 3rd install were identical, but different error.

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Gerald Vega

May 26, 2020

Can you do a tutorial using Lutris on Clear linux? Especially blizzard games 😀

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YankeeSpirit

May 26, 2020

So what makes this distro faster?

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Aayush

May 26, 2020

Ubuntu runs way slower than windows on my laptop.I have intel i5-8250U and i get very less battery on ubuntu compared to windows.Also my laptop heats up a little while using ubuntu.Should i remove ubuntu?I mainly use it for ML

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Azathoth Hastur

May 26, 2020

if linux then archlinux freebsd.org openbsd.org

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Z enek

May 26, 2020

Linux solus ☀️💗

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Phillip Kenoyer

May 26, 2020

I'm running the Clear Linux kernel on my Arch install. Runs great. Super fast.

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Siphus

May 26, 2020

Clear Linux: Fastest Linux Distro

Also Clear Linux: Uses GNOME 3

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Gioni Begood

May 26, 2020

can be installed intel c compiler ? (parallel studio is called)

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Ch Pe

May 26, 2020

Every Distros is better than Windows as far as performance goes.

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L P

May 26, 2020

After fighting with Nvidia legacy drivers and realizing that the old drivers aren't supported by the newest kernel, I finally got it up and running on an old laptop with a discrete graphics card. With an SSD, this thing flies. It runs the few programs that you can get on it blazing fast. This is on a near 10 year old laptop. I've been tinkering with it for about two days and i'm amazed at how fast it is compared to even my Gaming rig which is windows. The speed at which it does things like opening and closing programs is ridiculous. The software "store" is really cool too. even though it doesn't have everything you need, i think this is more of a solution for people who were going to compile their packages with the aggressive compiler flags to begin with. Def worth checking out if you're ok Gnome and a bunch of default apps like Firefox. I can't find all the video codecs. Will try to get those working soon too.

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Dave Wty

May 26, 2020

Chris, can you check 'Parrot Home OS' and compare that to Clear OS?

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BrunoDSL

May 26, 2020

Fastest distro… Using GNOME? That has to be a joke. GNOME is the most resource heavy de out there

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Matt Daw

May 26, 2020

YALD = Yet Another Linux Distro.

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Safi ud Din Khan

May 26, 2020

I like it but its repos are very thin. It does not even have any major browser other than firefox and I had to install chrome or vivaldi manually which is a big no for me.

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Ivan Ponomarev

May 26, 2020

With all my frustrations about recent bold statements about android-is-not-linux, I really love the way you think. You revised something, even though your new thoughts are opposing something you said before (you even deleted previous video).
There are much less chances for you to get to confirmation bias trap. It's really incredibly valuable quality!!! Well done!
Never be scared to change your opinion completely if you have new facts (or you re-evaluated your own thoughts)!

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IamusTheFox

May 26, 2020

Clear linux couldn't be the devil. It's not FreeBSD.

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Sergio Díaz Nila

May 26, 2020

dude, if you want a unique distro, that isn't clear linux at all. The unique distro is NixOS

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Marc Draco

May 26, 2020

It's not so much good as WTAF! I'm using it for my Blender workstation (which doesn't have a fancy GPU) and holy moly this thing is FAAAAAAST! Smoking Windows by a factor of about 2-300% for thing like an Eevee render. I thought I'd been smoking something odd…

I've got it running on a 2013 laptop and it's quick too!

I have to agree with Chris that it's pretty out there – and it won't suit everyone. The package manager is a bit weird and most software comes via Flatpak but hey-ho, it's worth it for me for the speed boost on my daily work.

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Cabero

May 26, 2020

As an Arch user, I would never use auto-updates. Gotta have control of what is updated in case something breaks (which doesn't usually happen, but yeah, just in case)

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PowerPCx86

May 26, 2020

I'm smart man, I'm going to use a FOSS distro bcz I don't trust intel

— INTEL Management SYSTEM EXIST — anyway

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mohammad javad

May 26, 2020

ease of use just aur. i love it

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Gonzalo Oviedo Lambert

May 26, 2020

When AMD Distribution?

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Khushant Padhiar

May 26, 2020

i am ready to switch to linux, but i want My RGB controls, proper driver for Printer & scanner and UI for scanner ,oneNote and most imp my security camera app. Which distro should i use?

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slagish

May 26, 2020

I'm running it now in VBox. I like it. Things I did were: a) install from link at top at https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Linux_Downloads, b) sign some things using the wget commands on that page, c) in VBox, enable EFI, stay at 1 core, the PII3 chipset seems to work, use VMSVGA display driver, use 3D but not 2D acceleration, and I think that covers it. Dunno if the host machine needs to boot from UEFI or not?

But anyway, I like the no-nonsense snappiness of it so far. Once I could boot the ISO, installation was quick and painless, too.

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Theo Sky7

May 26, 2020

If you believe Intel's claim, CLEAR Linux is designed to optimize Intel hardware instruction sets for speed and performance. Currently, I'm building a NUC with 8th gen Core i7, and M.2 PCIe to be used as a dedicated IOT hub/controller. Intending to use Docker method for all sub-instances like Home-Assistant, Python, Node-Red, and IOT device libraries. I like the delta-only auto update concept for it's targeted impact. My understanding is that CLEAR can be built like ARCH with minimal bloat; very important for stable,always on, dedicated use equipment. I may have some compiling to do, but so far I'm finding all packages needed via Clear Linux Store and Flatpak. I'll let you know results when testing complete. Thanks for all your videos!

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Nidhin David

May 26, 2020

it sucks…I didn't go on for even 2 hours. I switched to opensuse

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Max Camillion

May 26, 2020

You had said it was the evil and that it was the one distro that was reporting telemetry. Is this still true?

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Arif Syukri

May 26, 2020

nope, its not faster because not using tiling window managers

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saber tooth riddet stories

May 26, 2020

i hate how just about every single distro drop 32bit support for older hardware.

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CYCLONOUS_9

May 26, 2020

So, he don't trust Intel and it makes me to subscribe to his channel by default.

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E

May 26, 2020

So is it the fastest Linux distro now?

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Eddie O'Connor

May 26, 2020

Exactly what is it "based off" of?…an ".RPM" distro?…a ".DEB" distro?…or does it have some other form of package management?…

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Alice Blake

May 26, 2020

My god is he ever going to get to the point…

Update: got to the end, there was nothing but vacuous waffle. 0/10

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May 26, 2020

smells of proprietary

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Hyperhoax

May 26, 2020

Clear Linux is awesome in server environments, especially in containers and virtual machines. This OS has a loooong way to go to become a serious desktop os tho..

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George Smiley

May 26, 2020

Shoulda asked yer mom first!

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