Linux from scratch:
"Essentially you fetch a bunch of source archives off the internet, run tar, configure, make, make test, make install a bunch of times with some system setup in between, before compiling your kernel, putting it into place in /boot and getting grub installed and configured."
Security vuln in Linux bluetooth stack
link to my twitter thread on picking linux for noobs
Okay. In Q3 I'll somehow find a couple grand for a new laptop. With Fedora pre-installed.
...seriously though, great read on linux io internals. The author doesn't even try to sell his database much.
Someone built their own first stage:
Linux is Not Free Software and It’s Getting Harder to Fix It | Techrights
rant on updating my Fedora
Just caught myself being irritated at `dnf update` taking longer then a few seconds, where it had to download, unpack, verify and install something like 400 MB of software in like 100 packages.
We have both progressed (in how much I expect from the OS) and regressed (in how much stuff it needs to stay up to date), it seems.
according to some, I'm avant-garde ;)
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