Running Arch Linux with Deepin Desktop Environment, ask me anything about it
I'm bored and want to chat about Linux, programming and computers
wat u think?
encrypting the homefolder is only a single click in ubiquity. hassle? kek.
and it is worth shit.
go for full disk encryption with aes-xts-plain64 and high iter time + removable boot device. if you want to make the hassle (;
hey OP, I installed elementary before in a virtual machine to try it out. read an article the other day & the author thinks elementary may knock mint out of the top spot on distrowatch!
40 years late.
>sudo rm -rf /
I find Deepin really slick and convenient, and so light. The idea of the side control panel is awesome.
I use LightDM & Nautilus with Arc theme.
IDK ask your gf?
It depends on what's the purpose of your computer.
Meh, I don't like Gnome, idk why, I'm not feeling comfy with it.
Wait for .bashrc!
sure thing mate
Right, you must be the type of guy that encrypts his home folder but leave his social accounts logged in
>what's the purpose of your computer
I just want to make sure that my work e-mail I connected to Thunderbird, and set to autologin for the sake of convenience, remain secure
That and some personal files
Originally it was meant to be a work laptop, but now I am stuck with it for an unexpectedly long interval, so I put a secondary account onto it with a pisspoor password, and started to put some games on it, and use it for other measures (read porn)
One day I noticed that that you can access files on the root from the leisure account, without any problem.
Any advice or insight?
used to have boot/home/swap and / on different partitions but last install I encountered many errors due to that, I think my hard drive is failing (bad sectors)
So I tried a clean install on a single partition and it worked seamlessly the first time, I didn't bother trying anything else.
Mintfag here: anybody tried elementary os? It's supposed to be the best looking distro. Should I switch or stick to mint?
how often do you distrohop and how often do you change the desktop environments or window managers?
and how much time do you spend browsing for errors or possible bugs?