"Controlling Snap Updates" is today's video. This one has a bunch of command line nerdy that lets you manage the snaps installed on your system! Enjoy 😊
I decided to wipe my main laptop (ThinkPad T450) and start fresh with a clean install of Ubuntu Focal Fossa (20.04 LTS). Join me as detail why, and wipe out my 2 year old install.
🙌 User Error episode day!
🐦 - Which is worse, Twitter or Facebook? 🤮
🐧 - Can Linux succeed without a full ecosystem?
🐵 - Hoodies: zip or !zip?
🤬 - Do people want drama to calm down?
🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔 What's your most commonly used emoji? 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
Briefly reminiscing at ~1AM about a Pr1meOS computer I used in 1988. Searched online. Found me, on IRC in 2006 reminiscing at 1AM about it while supporting Ubuntu users. Some things don't change :). https://irclogs.ubuntu.com/2006/02/19/%23ubuntu.html#t01:10
Normally, the snap update process is transparent and seamless, but if you have an app open and running, updates could be disruptive in the middle of your work. A new, experimental feature allows you to inhibit refreshes of snaps while they are running.http://bit.ly/3864tbB
Loving this re-purposing of an old ThinkPad into an all-in-one PC.
I am impressed at this speedrunner who completed Minecraft in under 30 mins. I barely have a little house and a couple of pet pigs in that time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkIdK0D5WvA
Want to make a podcast? Listen to Jupiter Extras 56 with Joe Ressington where he explains the basics. He gave this as a talk at OggCamp last year. Good info for the budding podcaster.
r/linux really is a shithole. Someone announces a new release of a prominent open source application (Blender) and the only thing the peanut gallery can argue about is which packaging system was FIRST!!!111one..
It's no wonder eyes roll when people talk about a Linux "community" https://old.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/f4ae6e/blender_282_released_blenderorg/
Having a play with my new Sinclair ZX Spectrum. Join me over on this little cozy livestream. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY-gWpoY34Q