I find it hard to agree to my own post since it's so full of weird sentences, grammar, the wrong words...
English isn't my native language or grammar and I type how I think and I may also have been tired and sometimes I simply type the wrong word
Ubuntu was actually a complete pain to install for me because it used some shitty graphical installer likely reliable on Noveau which didn't worked so it simply failed all the time over multiple versions. Debian worked just fine because it used a text installer...
Also the Fedora installer too is complete garbage because it basically just copy its own environment into the harddrive. So no credits to either.
Now the OpenBSD installer is a different thing. One floppy and you get too choose what to install and it's fetched over the Internet. That's an excellent installer!
Windows install super-easy. I assume Windows may do the same stupid "I think this is best for you"-BS too though.
OpenSUSE let you choose what to install and you can even visit OpenSUSE Studio and create your own installer / distribution. I prefer OpenSUSE but it's not like the others is likely to cause trouble either. Since they are so large for common problems you'll find solutions. I assume the solution to the Ubuntu installer may be to do all you can to force it to just use basic VESA instead. I don't want "clever tricks which doesn't work", if they work then fine. But obviously they didn't.
I ran ArchLinux before it was up to 1.0 and they changed device system, possibly USB stopped working or whatever and they broke the AlsaMixer. I'm ok with ME breaking things but I don't want the distribution to break them thank you
The least problem one likely have to when going with the stable stuff and doing a full reinstall for each new version, but it may also feel like the least optimal solution one would had wanted as long as they actually worked