I didn't distro jump in years, but having (different) trouble on both my work laptop and my home PC makes me wonder what other distro should I choose.

Let's waste another day trying to hack some incompatible script into a -compose yml.

I killed my home laptop with dist-upgrade yesterday (Some Lua script failed during the installation and now some parts of the file system, e.g. /bin, are lost.) I should reinstall it, before I'd dare to upgrade my work laptop to 15.3

I finally had some time to install @opensuse 15.2 on my work laptop. With the upgrade it's possible to lock the screen without the ugly, not really user friendly screensaver thingy when using . Yay!

Getting a new laptop at work this month. With @opensuse 15.2 out, I planned to install that, but suddenly I have doubts if I should install instead.

Recently I only use to complain about/to tech companies. Not as if they'd care or anything...

updated to kernel 5.5 yesterday. today the system started with the resolution limited to 800x600. at least I could go back to 5.4...

still the one that fits my needs the best, but I wouldn't call it "favorite" any more, sorry

@drueck when I faced performance issues with the rpi4 it was because of my SD card. maybe it would be worth to get an SSD if he also uses an SD card

ever since shows trending hashtags, this is the first time that I'm actually interested in one of them.

yay,

@kerenon@mastodon.kerenon.com Magyarországon ilyen nem fordulhat elő, mert mire megtalálnák már nem gazdátlan a táska ;)

@kerenon@mastodon.kerenon.com nem mondanám, hogy befejezte, inkább csak abbahagyta :)

@opensuse how about keeping the old name/logo that still has marketing value instead of becoming a random distro that nobody heard of?

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