Nothing of consequence happened yesterday. And no greater plans for today neither.
We done here, kthxbai
Nawww, not that I was lying above, as indeed nothing happend and we didn’t make anything happen neither. I guess everybody in lockdown – and who isn’t – can agree that well in week 4 you’re slowly running out of setting new milestones and repairs to do and maintenance and exciting shit to do. Our lives are really degenerating into just keeping our physical shells functional by adding food and drink and keeping warm and clean.
Life as usual for Orca and hubby. 😉
Still I guess I must write a new entry for my Corona diary … and hah! Found one:
You remember how yesterday I was about to wipe EndeavourOS off GagaMore’s SSD and install Archman again. Told hubby about my plan and he was like “Hell no!” The night before he did some finetuning to my system, as he always does and told me I mustn’t give up so qickly, so easily. And that I can’t be a quitter.
My objection that I also quit smoking and he was more than okay with that, only got a sick groan out of him. So, yes, okok, it’s decided. I’m sticking with Endeavour now, and hubby, with his angelic patience will help me getting all the missing language packs installed.
But first smurf into the kitchen and cobble up some fruit yoghurt or sumfink.
Cool, sometimes I like working with hubby on projects. We’re good at it, if we don’t get into fights, which we inevitably always do. 😮 And, guys, I can tell you already, the result will be spectacularly lean and mean. Exactly what any computer user wants to achieve. Partcularly Linux users: A system without any bloat! Nothing on the computer without its purpose, no extra weight.
Even lighter than the already a bit anemic Archman.
And one more correction: As I’ve just learned Endeavour isn’t made in USA but in The Netherlands. Even better!
But will Endeavour ever make it into my list of recomendations?
No. Far from. As nifty as it is, if two grown up adults are needed to force Endeavour into submission and knead this distro into a usable state I can’t and won’t recommend it for n00bs … and not for medium advanced users like this blogger neither.
Archman is more comfy. It’s better suited for your first foray into ArchLinux derivatives. Or, no, not even Archman. If you curious about Archy stuff, do what everybody does: Manjaro! But anyway, if you’re, like, totally new and wanna install your first Linux, please, I can really recommend Sparky Linux. It’s not as famous as Linux Mint, but
equally as good. Nay, even betterer, since based on Debian. You install your Sparky in a whim and start to use it right away. No shitty nanny stuff weighing you down. You’re new on Linux But you’re not new on life, are you? Not a fukn toddler in need of chaperoning … on your own fukn computer!!! Fuksake, man.
Soooo, now what? It’s 6:41 a.m. and I’m half-awake, half broccoli. Time to consume some YouTube methinks.
Laterz guys, and don’t forget to wash your hands … and stay healthy