Following on from last month, this is a post about what makes OpenSUSE a good distro and sets it apart.
This is the first post from the first month of not Disto hopping for a whole year and sticking with one Distro, OpenSuse Tumbleweed, for 12 months (at least) DisclaimerRemember when reading this,
The Dell XPS 13 Developers edition is a laptop designed for Linux, it’s built from the ground up to support most if not all of the Linux major distributions which makes it straight off the bat the right laptop for me.
I’ve recently started to look at this as an alternative to Greylog, and while the project is still in its early stages as I already run Grafana an prometheus to capture Netdata information of my home servers this seemed like something less to run.
Something I find poorly presented on the Android and Roku YouTube apps are subscription videos so I started looking for a way of having plex present me with the latest videos from my YouTube subscriptions.
The Linux shell is an amazing thing and I’m just starting to learn what can be one using it in Crostini.