Hubby and many doubting Thomases were sceptical about the usefulness and reduced practicality of Warpinator. And they’re right, it’s in no way as practical as a real network, but also not nearly as difficult to establish.
Warpinator isn’t supposed to give you a full fledged network but a quick way to exchange files and documents between machines on the same LAN … mostly your own. This photo from just a few moments ago, shows how I’m sending some wallpapers from my main machine over to OrcNet. Just 2 wallpapers, but the network connection is so quickly established, putting them on a USB thumbdrive or sending an email would’ve been unreasonably disproportionate. Here I just had to open the Warpi on both computers and drag the files into the Warpinator main window on GagaMore. In OrcNet I just acknowledged the package … and done!
See, that’s what makes computing on Linux fun. Yes, Windows and Mac work well and can prolly do similar stuff but did you ever had the notion of “Hey, I’m actually having fun doing this” while working mundane administrative jobs on your Windows machine?
Know what else makes Linux great? Arch Linux updates! Look:
I know many Linux fans are also very weary of rolling distros, like Arch and some others. Particularly users of Ubuntu-ish distros are very sceptical and refusing to accept and use anything rolling but insist on point releases like Ubuntu and Mint.
Erm, guys …