The big takeaway:

is switching from a Debian base to an Arch base.

Either way, ftw

Man continues to amaze me.

Moved all 5 hard drives from one machine to another, completely different hardware (even different graphics card). Powered on new machine, told it which drive was the boot drive, and...

It promptly booted without issue and connected to the Internet without issue

the best tether ball game ever made

Also a great fighting game, and works great on via

Aside from my work computer (of which I have no choice in the matter), I have been an exclusively user for the past 3 years.

Every time I get the itch to try a , I'm reminded how much of a pain in the ass it is to get one up and running, and with the same kind of desktop experience that we take for granted on .

The spins are nice, when they work, like FuryBSD or GhostBSD, but I have poor luck getting them to work out-of-the-box on bare metal.

Does anyone have experience using Classroom with ?

My son is going to be expected to use it for Kindergarten. Need to know if I can get away with buying him a Linux laptop, or if I will be forced into a chromebook of some sort.

It's reassuring to me that here on both Mastodon and Birdsite that so many people use as part of their setup

Bought an 8BitDo SN30 Pro+, we will see tomorrow if it is usable on Linux or not.

I doubt any of the accompanying software is, but if I can use it as *just* a basic controller, I will be happy.

For all the crap I give it, I would probably not be using were it not for .

You know, for as much praise as CPUs get, they seem to give people a lot of grief on .

Am I off base on my observations?

Bought this shirt after I first discovered . Yesterday I ripped a hole in the shirt, so time to toss it :(

RIP 12.10 Quantal Quetzal shirt, you had a good run, as did your OS.

I've always had a soft spot for the old Unity layout. Replicated it pretty closely I believe on .

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