Stating The Obvious 0488 – The Technology Rantfest. Episode I: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
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I said Linkage would come out late.
Linkage didn’t come at all. Neither did she. But I got mine and that’s all I care about.
A computer inside your computer which you can’t turn off and is designed to be remotely accessed. What could possibly go wrong?
Putting a device in your home that records every word you say, sends it to the corporations, and saves it on The Cloud. What could possibly go wrong?
Why can’t I find a fucking mp3 player that will play mp3 files?
Linux starts going to shit. Instead of config files being stored in /home/user/.foobar they have be dumped in obscure places.
If you are fucking done with technology like I am you should spend money via my Amazon affiliate link at cls.link. Buy stuff you don’t need so I can buy more Supergirl merchandise that I don’t need.
Send a commies to Canada. They are too dumb to figure out Canada is to the north. Commies To Canada.
Bitcoin me bitches and bitchettes. It’s the only crypto-currency that can be used to buy anything.
Gentoo. You can opt out of the NSA trojan horse known as systemd. Config files are still in reasonable places, as much as possible. You don’t have to install hundreds of megs of bloatware if you don’t want to.
Systemd can suck my D. I still use openrc on my gentoo systems. At this point it seems like all the newer distros have jumped to systemd.
Another advantage of Gentoo is as you say – you only install what you want. It’s a damn solid distro.