So, on my #linux testing machine, I have tried, #Manjaro with #KDE. Which, I grew to like more than I cared to admit. Tried #Ubuntu 20.04 which felt, I don't know, bland? I couldn't tell what DE #opensuse came with within 5 minutes of looking through there website so I moved on. I think I am going to install #i3 on Manjaro.
Does anyone have a machine dedicated to test #linux distros? Thinking about it but I feel like it might be a bit excessive...
Not sure what got me started, but I looked at my oldest email in Gmail. It's dated June 26th, 2004. And apparently my co-worker and I thought conversations were weird. That got me looking at my old website. Here I posted about #NickCave and #Fedora #Linux. Several version of Fedora ago. I actually started messing with Mandrake Linux. What a wild ride. Still waiting for the Year of the Linux Desktop!
Taught a Lunch and Learn at work on #Linux 101. Giving gifts out for participants.
I just can't get over how the #linux landscape has emerged in the last 20 years. I remember being in the Linux-will-over-take-the-Desktop crowd.
The more you know, the less you know. I'll shut up now.
#linux is rad. I have been using it nearly 20 years. I still learn new stuff.
Is there a #linux distro that focuses on being the best terminal/no-GUI experience?
Is Pop!_OS good on anything other than a System76 system? Anyone try it on their machine(s)? #linux
Is 18.04 LTS out? #linux
Hello! My name is Robert, and I have migrated my accounts from several other instances to start this board game instance.
I plan on posting lots of pics of games played and projects worked on.
Surprisingly profound for a show about a sponge.
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