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If I could blow my brain out with your voice, I probably would

It's just Apple said - Peter, enough Probably not a bad decision...  

How pretty can Feren OS be?

  Turns out - quite pretty :)

WiFi vs CAT 8 Ethernet cable

  WiFi card (left) vs Cat 8 cable (right) Internet speed comparison Seems like cables are more than a bit faster

Feren OS - not your average Linux distro

  Wow. What a positive surprise. I tried today Feren OS ( based on YouTube recommendation ) for the first time and I have to say I am quite pleased. Let's start with the good stuff. During install, it gives you option to replace partition as it is done in Manjaro as well (Ubuntu - time to catch up): And this just blew my mind - no more troubles to install my favorite Chrome and google how to do it on which distro: You can switch GPU driver in Driver Manager: Also, it makes life easier it uses "apt" command line (unlike Manjaro, but like Ubuntu).  WideOpenThoughts , DeeperThought , POPC-examples and QuickHenon worked smoothly as well. What happened to vi editor though? But unlike Ubuntu, you have Create New Empty Document, so I guess it's not that needed when I need to create new file. Now the not so good stuff. You don't need to hide behind Ubuntu (also - whoever cleans up all these entries... I have only 2 OSes on my machine...): Yes, you are behind "ubun

Once upon a time in Wynwood


OK, all right - I will reinstall tomorrow

  Linux and WiFi troubles after reboot I am pretty sure it's "plugged and turned on" - I am using it now on ... Update: Solution found From it:  " I dual booted Ubuntu 17.10 in my windows 10. While working in windows wifi works fine! But in Ubuntu it is always showing "No wifi adapter found, Make sure you have a wifi adapter plugged and turned on" Not getting any solutions online! Tried some of them but not working! Help please" Solution from it:  " I had the same problem. I resolved it by unchecking the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power option. The option can be found under Device Manager → Network Adapters → your network adapter → Properties → Power Management. I guess it's more of a Windows problem than Ubuntu. " At least now I know who was switching off my wifi :)