They realistically will never do that Debian has its way in Red hat has its way.
Arch seems to come very close to the Red hat way
Suse follows the red hat way
In a lot of ways Debian and Ubuntu are the special snowflakes. But they are the big globby ones you can’t ignore
I like the file structure of Red hat and because Arch does kind of do a similar structure I’m fine on Arch
Then use what you want? All I’m saying is that pedigreeism in choosing one because we think one is better than the other is false
You weigh the pros and cons of what the distro has. Does it suit the purpose you wanted to It’s not going to be better
Almost all posix tools you’ll use function exactly the same way. And a newer kernel functions pretty much the same way.
your terminal is going to function pretty much the same way we’re talking about file paths here.
And it’s frustrating I know I bitched about it too but it’s just like we got to look it up and then we are okay. Fedora in particular threw me off again but I actually started to like its organization’s game with nginx