Retro computing with a touch of modern and the home for all things, retroCombs (aka Steven Combs).
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While I’m an Apple fan, I also believe Linux to be a viable alternative for both new and old computers. It also is the OS behind many of my physical computing projects. As you will find below, I tend to try multiple distributions (versions) of Linux and have yet to settle on a single one. That’s part of the fun.
Below are posts that share my tips or experiences with flavors of Linux.