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There is nothing audiophile about Ubuntu, Fedora or openSUSE. These are just desktop environments. Ubuntu and Debian uses deb packages for package management while fedora and openSUSE uses RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) for package management. I am a programmer and write packages for Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Red Hat, Fedora, openSUSE, SUSE and hence know the intricacies of building packages. The RPM package management is much superior to debian package management. You just have to write one spec file. For writing debian package you have to create too many files (rules, preinst, postinst, changelog, compat, blah blah blah). It is so unproductive. Also with Fedora and openSUSE Tumbleweed you always get the latest updates, the latest kernel (unlike Ubuntu which is always few months behind). The only issue with Fedora and Tumbleweed is very short life cycles. Every fedora update gets obsolete in 6 months. Tumbleweed gets new snapshots almost every week. Both of them provide the latest hotfixes to any software/driverWhy Fedora or Open Suse? Any specific reason or audiophile related software tweak that's unique to this build?
Aren't the media consumption oriented forks of Ubuntu which claim audiophile user friendliness worth considering?