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re: Which Linux should I install being a React developer VIEW POST

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re: which linux is always a point for debate but if I were you (and I develop react on Linux so I am not sending you down any old rabbit hole) I would ...
 

Wow you really gave me new thoughts on writing a new script which will always help me install my dev environment needs. So what choice I got from your experience is Debian with Budgie desktop environment.

May I know how do I write that kind of script which will help me install the basic requirements for every project or for the dev setup.

Also just yesterday night I booted with AntergOS it didn't let me dual boot saying it needs a GPT partition. Then I tried Solus OS and it didn't even recognize itself on the disk. so then I made Fedora bootable and installed it but just after that since I had to turn on the Legacy support on, my Windows 10 disappeared from the grub or boot options.

So then I again live boot with the pendrive to check whether my Windows drives are there on the disk or not. Then I used my Windows Recovery disk and it installed it in a span of 4 hours so now I'm typing to you this on my Microsft Edge Browser (while chrome downloads in background).

I think my dream of starting the development on Linux systems will be shattered so much.

I read articles/blog regarding solving this online but windows needs UEFI method to boot and nothing else.

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