Upgrading is slow but definitely worth it.
I've been doing this awhile - installing Linux on my computer is my hobby. By "awhile" I mean I first started using Linux back in the 1990s. I ran RedHat Linux before it went public! Let me tell you about my journey from stable point releases to full-rolling distros back to point to point distros... Continue Reading →
Latest Linux The latest Linux OS that I'm using these days is now openSUSE Tumbleweed. Tumbleweed is a rolling distribution but has some stability at the same time. I prefer rolling distros. openSUSE is a very large Linux distro with two flavors: Tumbleweed and Leap. Installation I downloaded the tumbleweed 64bit version from openSUSE.org. My... Continue Reading →
Do you know how many times I've heard that question asked in the media or various Linux magazines or what not? Too many. So I'm going to tell you KISS, Keep it simple, stupid. That is the philosophy of the Arch Linux distribution, but for those who are just starting out with Linux, I highly... Continue Reading →
by Wayne Boyd April 3, 2017 As you probably know there are about a hundred billion versions of GNU/Linux freely available for download that you can install on your computer, wiping out Windows altogether (or keeping it if you like too). Some of these versions were started from scratch using the Linux kernel developed and maintained by... Continue Reading →