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  • Distrohopping Sucks. I'm Never Leaving You Again, Arch Linux!

    In the last 24 hours, I have distrohopped 8 times on my main production machine. Several failed installs and several bottles of wine later, I realized I messed up. You never quit a good thing, and I had a good thing with the Arch-based distros, especially Arco.

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  • Exploring Desktop Alternatives Live

    Exploring Desktop Alternatives Live - This stream will do a full Debian Install and customize the Desktop Environment to something new.

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  • TuxURLs And Other Linux News Aggregators Worth Checking Out

    There's always way too much news too look at and I find that the easiest way to deal with this is too use some sort of Linux news aggregation service to filter out the garbage that I don't really want to see and today we're going to take a look at a couple of those Linux news aggregators which I think are worth checking out. One such example is TuxURLs which as you'll see if you watch towards the end of the video is my personal favourite for very self centred reasons. 

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