With a new year comes changes in my computer hardware. The 13 year old Latitude D630 has been retired from active service in favor of a new machine. 13 years is a good long time, right?
cubiclenate.com/2021/01/01/del

A blathering. I know it's been a rough year for everyone. Regardless, I will still find some positives that have come from the year and build on those for the next year.
cubiclenate.com/2020/12/25/chr

This Laptop runs so amazingly well with @opensuse. In fact, I didn't know HP made such nice machines. I do think they should offer openSUSE by default.

cubiclenate.com/2020/12/20/hp-

In an effort to get caught up on the latest in system monitoring tool hotness, I have been using with on @openSUSE and in a word, "wow". What an incredible interface that is incredibly accessible. My new "must have" app on
cubiclenate.com/2020/12/02/bpy

I realize I am late to the party but I am very much enjoying on @opensuse . This is fantastic system monitoring tool for that should be given try, if nothing more than to marvel at the elegance of the presentation.
cubiclenate.com/2020/11/27/bas

Not really computer or tech related but I do spend some time outside of my cubicle building things and one such tool that helps me along that I am rather smitten is the 20v Max Cordless Compact Router. Very well made and incredibly convenient.
cubiclenate.com/2020/11/25/out

Since I am a fan of consoles, modern, vintage and near vintage, I designed & constructed a "Gaming Rack" to commit a neatness in my home. Designed on @opensuse Tumbleweed with Autodesk , I made my having these things more manageable.
cubiclenate.com/2020/11/24/gam

#Docker #Kubernetes & container technologies on Z Systems plus additional emulations with #IBM s390 is fully explained in this presentation based on a thesis. Find out about compatibility, configuration & more in this @opensuse + @libreoffice Conference talk. youtu.be/OMrXonKsfbE?t=17

There has been all kinds of chatter about the @Raspberry_Pi 400. Though I haven't physically touched one, I am not without my thoughts, or rather, blathering on this. Now, if only I could buy one...
cubiclenate.com/2020/11/03/ras

Noodlings 22 | On the Edge
- Microsoft Edge Browser on openSUSE Linux
- Fish | Friendly Interactive SHell on openSUSE
- Branded vs Unbranded Laptop Batteries
- Halloween Festive Lights
- BDLL Followup
- openSUSE Corner
- Computer History Retrospective on Computer Entrepreneurs (1984)

cubiclenate.com/2020/11/02/noo

I have used as my go-to tool of choice for installing various distributions of . It made installing another OS that could not be written to a USB drive possible. This is especially important for having ready to install too.
cubiclenate.com/2020/10/31/ven

I am blown away that @microsoft has made a "first-class citizen" with the Edge Browser. Running it on @openSUSE is surprisingly delightful. I am very impressed and grateful that Microsoft is making this kind of effort.
cubiclenate.com/2020/10/30/mic

I am of the belief that FISH should have a name change from "Friendly Interactive SHell" to being the "Fun Interactive SHell". Although I do enjoy the terminal, this makes it much more fun. @openSUSE
cubiclenate.com/2020/10/26/fis

This year I gave an online talk at the Kieler Open Source and Linux Days: "Linux hat gewonnen (Linux has won)". The talk is in German and if you missed it, you can watch it now. 🤗 :linux:

You can find the slides here:
git.fsfe.org/christian.imhorst

#Linux #Kielux

youtube.com/watch?v=g0gxjDq4mg

An old and not very funny joke, the Rickroll, is available in pixelated form in the on . Since I got a chuckle, I thought I would share.
cubiclenate.com/2020/10/19/ric

Weather Forecast in the Terminal with wttr.in. This is a supremely fantastic weather service by
@igor_chubin
that is available for anyone to use. You don't even need a terminal to access it!
cubiclenate.com/2020/10/17/wtt

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