On Thu, 25 Jun 2020 21:21:37 +0200, Chris Adams wrote:
I'm not sure why you think end-users can't use a free OS.
First steps of end-users is to install Chrome, Spotify and VirtualBox.
So there is left no advantage of a Free OS.
I've run with SELinux enabled for years, rarely if ever causes
for typical stuff.
Sooner or later something does not work. I do not want to open this can of
worms whether SELinux yes or not, it may be a good idea but IMNSHO it is not
for a development machine.
I have no idea why you'd remove a useful tool like
has lots of things useful for developers.
I agree the idea of bash-completion is nice. But it is so severly incomplete
it is more a burden than help. Unfortunately I no longer remember all the bugs
I faced before I started removing it years ago but a simple one is:
$ wget -O somepackage.rpm https://...
$ dnf install som<tab>
<wait for a few minutes>
$ dnf install sombok-
Unless you are doing kernel development, why do you care what the
messages say? On my systems, they go by too fast to read anyway.
When it locks up (during updating firmware on my Athlon machine) I see just
a black screen. When I reboot without rhgb/quiet the problem is not
reproducible as it happens only rarely. There are many reasons why kernels
sometimes fail to boot, why to give up on troubleshooting?