Why use old computers and operating systems?
@braunne I've seen that before. My objection to systemd is that—like Wayland—it seems aimed at making GNU/Linux better suited for use as an enterprise desktop OS at the expense of other use cases. If I wanted my personal desktop PC to be a corporate-friendly workstation, I'd just use Windows.
It’s Time to Dump Daylight Saving
Remember getting locked out of your Google account? Well Apple's no better, and they'll give you just as much of the runaround as Google will in trying to get your account back.
Leave Apple while you can. Diversify your account portfolio, and I'm not talking about #stonks
Hi, I am curious, what fediverses #battlestation looks like, boost highly appreciated
Well, here's mine
People of fosstodon, do you find yourself more productive in specific computers?
I have a modern desktop, a thinkpad t490 and a thinkpad x220, and despite my x220 being the oldest one, with worse screen and hardware, everytime I use it, I feel much more productive. All of them run the same OS and software loadout.
This could be a "correlation is not causation" thing, but I wonder if anyone here feels the same.
New video out, today I'm going to tell you how you can use Android with no proprietary software at all:
Sadly my PeerTube server is down at the moment, but expect the video to be uploaded to my PeerTube.co.uk channel soon
@braunne I've been installing openbsd in VM's mostly just to get used to the process so when I finally buy a laptop I will be able to get it up and running quickly and I don't want to wipe Debian off my desktop
GNU/Linux, BSD and Illumos enthusiast
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