[H]ard DCOTM x2
- Mar 1, 2014
Oh those devices Linux reigns supreme because it doesn't have a history of host attacks AND it can be made very lightweight. It also has the server world experience behind it.Is Linux on the desktop an important metric?
Perhaps IoT/Servers/Cloud/Infrastructure/etc are more telling?
I wouldn't say one metric is more important than another, but I would say that being told to run terminal commands, no matter the amount of key clicks, to do basic things in Linux, that's HEAVILY GUI based now, is a bit ridiculous.
A simple GUI toggle and this could have all been done with at post 2.
I have no issue running terminal commands I copy from the internet, but I find any resolution to an issue I have always tends to be 4 versions older than the current release version and rarely fix the issue. If you aren't lucky enough to find a fix for your specific version of Debian, you're SOL. I can't speak for Arch.