Linux is no longer on my list due to lack of interest and multiple unfortunate encounters with jaded elitists. My quest for finding the right Linux environment has ended after I wrote some simple Debian post net-install scripts. If my needs ever come unmet, I shall embark on my journey for more information.
On another note, I have not found the need to proclaim the word of Linux for only those who need Linux will find Linux. In other words, one will look for new solutions when the current solution has more consequences far outweigh the benefits (such as laziness). For those who are truly looking for an alternative to Windows and new to Linux, I would recommend Crunchbang Linux.
For the truly ambitious, I would recommend LinuxBBQ. The distribution comes in several flavors and will undoubtedly provide a comprehensive understanding of Debian, especially if one decides to use the base install as their starting point and persevere into “roasting” their own individualized environment. The learning curve might be steep and almost frightening, but it is definitely worth the effort. Robert Frost once said that the path less traveled has made all the difference.
Unsurprisingly, the majority of my 2012 year went straight to work and enriching my nursing career. So much time went into this that I only had time for food and sleep. If people do not understand why others do not have time for their requests, it is because everyone else is working hard for the money to make ends meet every month. Hopefully my life would settle down this year, but nobody can predict the future.
Goals for 2013:
- Continue the nursing profession
- Learn gardening
- Simplify my life
- Post more often on this blog.