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OpenSuse Tumbleweed Rules!


#OpenSuse #Tumbleweed it is simply amazing... If it wasn't for #systemd I would probably use it on my workstation.

The default partition setup it is just the state of the art of #BTRFS usage, which is pretty tedious to do manually; besides that I am also very impressed how smooth and fast it is on this #Ryzen 3 2200U. I am not talking about #Gnome3 of course, I eventually moved on #XFCE cause the non-sense of Gnome which get worst with version 40 🤷‍♂️ but I really don't care, those are their business!

I prefer saying the #XFCE4 setup available on Tumbleweed is pretty excellent and one of the best available, I look forward to have the #docklike panel plugin available on the main repo soon!

Congratulation OpenSuse Tumbleweed!

#linux #opensource #foss #floss #freesoftware


bueno... luego de mil y un problemas...me quedo con Fedora 33 lxde. ¿alguien sabe como instalar el power management de xfce? #linux #xfce #lxde #fedora


I came back to #Mint with #Xfce, the lowest effort to get a running system. I guess you can also accomplish what I did with Debian or Arch, but I would have had to put more work into it. So #Linux Mint is the OS for now. The #Lenovo #P14s is running fine with it, I still have to add the grub (??) boot hooks for hibernation, this is never working, most users seem not to used suspend to disk, but only suspend to RAM. I like the suspend with all data saved to an encrypted SWAP drive better, it gives me the safety that my RAM content can't be read easily, but that probably is not that save too, but still the suspend to disk is better as it will allow long phase suspend without charging.


#Xfce ’s Apps Update for March 2021 Covers New Releases of Thunar, Xfdashboard, and Gigolo • 𝕿𝖚𝖝 𝕸𝖆𝖈𝖍𝖎𝖓𝖊𝖘 ⇨
#XFCE


Installing #Arch now, second choice. With #Debian during install the wifi didn't work, the touchpad didn't work and on first boot #Xfce did not start, just a blinking cursor.

Lets see how it is with Arch, I will update again.


I still didn't decide between #Arch or #Debian #Linux for my new #ThinkPad #P14s Gen 1 with #AMD processor and grafics card.
I need:

  • Full disk encryption
  • #Xfce
  • Resume from disk (while full disk encryped including SWAP)
  • VirtualBox



Really tempted to try #Debian, currently have #Mint running on the old machine, but I also like Arch.


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