In fact, and without any further much ado, I installed this lovely little OS on my problem child, the weakish and stupid Acer netbook, going by the name OrcNet in my machine park, just a couple minutes ago.
Whoa! Orca’s on a roll right now. A real ArchLinux distro, not some watered down wannabe Arch like Manjaro, everything fresh, directly from Upstream. A bit more risky but also more save. So far no problem installing additional softwares … particularly my fave SL viewer, Singularity, from the AUR. Manjaro always gave me a hard time with such a simple task.
If Namib OS on OrcNet passes this, the ultimate test, I see no reason why I shouldn’t switch my most important production machine, MiniMax, over to Namib as well. And little Gaga, too, once I have her back.
Ok, let’s see how Singu installs …
… and …
Of course my old co-Gerry, the always über-fancy Porter Tracy was on and up for a rather artsy fartsy chat about the cinema. We’re such hipsters. Anyhoo, loving Namib more and more. Particularly that it’s rather empty I like very much. It’s much nicer installing all the good software that you need, than getting rid of all the fukn bloatware.
And as it so happens I don’t need much additional software on a test PC, so I can enjoy this spartanic system without much of weight to carry around. =^.^=