On this weeks episode of DLN Xtend we talk about making the Switch over to Linux
12:15 Topic -Making the Switch
40:31 Host Related Interests
47:34 Wrap Up
-Stress Free Linux Experience
For those forum members who have been using Linux for a good long while now (at least a few years):
As you learned the ropes of how the whole Linux Distro ecosystem works, what sorts of guidelines did you make for yourself, to minimize the various sorts of stress of being faced with such a wide range of choices in this ecosystem?
How did you set your sights on tighter groupings of choices, when you realized that it would be effectively impossible to try every distro, every desktop environment, every piece of software which could possibly meet some need that you had?
What did you do, to try to simplify things (and manage the complexity, so it didn’t get out of hand)? Did these approaches work, generally speaking, over the longer term?
What did you decide you wanted to seek out, from a technical perspective, which would keep your Linux journey the most stress-free? (Seeking answers on forums, podcasts, instructional videos, etc. is an obvious answer here, no need to mention it).
Likewise to 4, what did you decide you wanted to avoid?"
Host Related Interests
-Game - Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator https://store.steampowered.com/app/520440/GUILTY_GEAR_Xrd_REVELATOR/
-Distro- Nitrux www.nxos.org
New CPU in primary machine i7-4610M to i7-4900MQ
Replacement CPU in Workstation / Server
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