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Category Archives: computers
I made an update to my post about mysterious traffic. The problem is most likely something inherent in Linux when running on that laptop. I cannot possibly account for what that might be, but the Linux OS is doing something … Continue reading
So I restored Linux to my laptop. I tried out Xubuntu and OpenSUSE again before I settled on Linux Mint 19.3. There were some gotchas on Mint, too, but I think I’ve gotten past them. One of the things that … Continue reading
I can’t point to any articles for this one; the issue is too subtle for that. Then again, maybe you’ve already seen it for yourself. I’ve often said that Biblical Law supports decentralization. More to the point, God blesses efforts … Continue reading
The field has changed a good bit over the past year or two on web browsers. Google Chrome is easily the worst in terms of privacy and propaganda manipulation, but dominates the market. Recently the developers have been cutting out … Continue reading
For my personal use, I can’t justify running Windows Linux Subsystem (WLS). Yes, it’s nice to have an instance of Ubuntu’s CLI running on my system, but it’s hard to justify if you don’t need the heavier services that Linux … Continue reading
Over the years I’ve gotten pretty good at moving my configuration files to new computers, or newly installed OSes. My system worked for the past 15 years or so. This year, one major element began to fail: Thunderbird, Mozilla’s mail … Continue reading