Why has Unity/Natty Narwhal decided to make ~ my Desktop?
What the fffff
Previous post makes a really valid point. I really should try and learn more about one of the shells. I have done a quick bit of preliminary research on shells. I'm wondering what sorts of things I should try to do within one ore play around with to go about learning more about a shell. Outside of something being broken and trying to fix it or get something done faster or easier than with a GUI I don't really know how to go about just using the shell to get things done and those get more familiar with one. Any ideas?
I have two laptops with Crunchbang, a linksys router and an ethernet cable. What's the best way for me to transfer my music collection from one to the other?
nVidia always, if for no other reason than otherwise you can't say you have Gatchaman in your computer.
The nVidia's support has always been pretty good on the Linux, I would go with that. I have also heard nothing but bad stories about The ATIs on The linux.
I did a clean install of 11.10 on my work laptop - everything works great except wireless, where it's dreadfully slow. I thought it was my 'net connection at first and tried speedtest.net - normally my home connection gets a download speed around 15-17mbps, and it was measuring in the ~20kbps range.
Checked on my desktop (Win7) and everything was fine. Looked online and learned that apparently a number of people are having problems. To fix/workaround they've been [insert unintelligible linux stuff here] and I haven't been motivated to mess with it yet.
Yeah, I'm not quite sure how it got there. I can't really see what it does better than anything else. I was never blown away by Rhythmbox, but it seemed to do the job.
Gotta say, while I get the Unity hate, I'm actually kind of liking it now. It's sort of... if you just lay back and accept it, it's okay. And weirdly, Unity 2D almost looks better than 3D.
Granted, I make sure to install a ton of other DEs... just in case.