If you are a GPD Pocket owner that is. And we all would love to own a GPD Pocket, right? If Linux distros would only scale correctly on the minimini screens. Because as it is now, most distros only show in portrait- instead of landscape mode.
Ubuntu to save the day!
Ok, hey I know. Nobody, including Orca, has got any GPD devices or does even plan on getting them. In all reality I guess GPD aren’t selling many of those nifty things. The more awesome it is to know that you can run Linux on them … and that at least one distro even made kinda customitzed versions particularly for GPD Pocket 1 and 2. And you know how the Linux world rolls. Nobody rests on their laurels, at least not for long. So it’s just a matter of time until we find the GPD personification in other distros as well. Mint? Hmm, they are slow … but ArchLinux and Manjaro and others will be all over it. You can be sure to receive the GPD custom settings with one of the next updates!
See? That’s the power of GNU/Linux and FOSS: For everything, and may the userbase be as small as tending towards zero, you can be quite sure some awesome geek will find a solution for a problem you didn’t even know existed.
So, now purchasing a GPD Pocket becomes a real option! They are cute, aren’t they? And tough as nails.