…that the Linux distributions are many. But there aren’t actually that many of them. Sure, there are literally thousands of so called “distributions” that quite a lot of software developers complain about, but if you look at them, almost all of them are spin-offs (and compatible ones) of just a few major distributions. How did I come to this conclusion? I became bored and wanted to try something new. But when I looked around, I didn’t see anything new.