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If you want to try it out, install Nix on your existing system alongside home-manager. Use home-manager to try to install and configure some software that you want to use. If you like it, then you can consider NixOS, which is configured in pretty much the same way as home-manager, but it controls your whole system rather than just some user installed applications.
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How does the workflow look with flake based config?
3 projects | /r/NixOS | 25 Apr 2023
Will I ever stop Distro Hoping
2 projects | /r/DistroHopping | 28 Mar 2022
What is the Flakes version of "reproducible interpreted scripts"?
6 projects | /r/NixOS | 26 Apr 2023
`nix build` (first-time home-manager build) fails with SIGSEGV
2 projects | /r/NixOS | 19 May 2022
Is anyone aware of a good tutorial on setting up .vimrc to pull from git on each fresh Linux install?
7 projects | /r/vim | 15 May 2022