I know it’s a bit early, but I’m positively happy to report I’ve fully moved into Namib GNU/Linux now and intend to stay in here. \o/ FUK YEAH! \o/
How come, how do I know?
Because as it so happened one of today’s (or yesterday’s at the time of me writing this) system updates failed and ended with an error code. 😦
“Whoa, shit!” I thought, and felt like I was back on Manjaro, which was always super great until it failed to update and wasn’t anymore. So I just left the system un-updated and didn’t even report the error in forum or contact Frederic directly about it. You know, I get error messages in my native German language and wouldn’t have a clue how to translate that geeky shit into English. It sounded like total gibberish even in my mother tongue.
Anyway, a couple minutes ago, fairly frustrated and without much enthusiasm, I started the update again and … VOILA! 2 or 3 minutes later: Your System is Up-to-Date! That’s cool, isn’t it? Namib, which is basically a one-man operation I assume, or the Arch upstream team fixed the error in record time. So, eventho this is a dwarf-system compared to scene greats like Manjaro, I feel in good hands here. In very good hands.
And that’s why …
… my main computer, my production system, looks like this now. As long as I’m not sure about keeping an OS I just use the onboard wallpapers that come with the respective distro. Only once I’m 100% sure to keep it installed I switch to other backgrounds. Like this anime or game cutie elf fae warrior for example. Those ears. ^.^
Well, “I can do that too” thought little Orca and …
… another elfish warrior princess was born. =^.^= Kinda cute, no?