Does anyone know how to tell a ‘Fanatical Linux’ user? Well, there are several ways actually, e.g. just after meeting this Linux user for the first time, out of nowhere they’ll ask – “Did you know that I use Arch Linux?” Another example is a ‘Fanatical Linux’ user will brag about the “Updates” from their Linux Distro…I mean, like getting updates is a *MAJOR* function of your OS!?! No wonder that most of these types of OS users have no clue why their mouse can’t do the basic Auto-Scroll, nor why their scanner or printer or Wi-Fi or etc has never worked. They are Fanatics, and nothing deters them from loving their Distro…other than falling in love with another one of the over 2000+++ Linux Distros. My personal favorite sign of a ‘Fanatical Linux’ user is how they rave about “designing” their desktops…about how “customizable” their desktops are. I mean, these ‘Fanatical‘ Linux ‘Fashionistas’ demean an Operating System to nothing more than dressing a Barbie/Ken doll!?

No wonder Linux has such a Fragmentation problem…no wonder that so many Linux Distros have become nothing more than a ‘Toy OS’ for many Linux users. No wonder Linux is and has been stuck at roughly “2%” of the total OS desktop/laptop user market. Over 27 years and counting…

Have been doing some Linux Distro testing this morning, and it can be frustrating going from Distro to Fragmented Distro and/or DE to Fragmented DE wondering what hardware the next Distro will freeze on or not even recognize…or what DE will work with this Distro since their Xfce DE wouldn’t do a ‘Live’ USB boot but their GNOME DE would!?!?! Amazing that any Linux Distro can still have USB wireless adapter problems in this modern era, but they do over and over again and again! Anyway, was trying to finish up my Ryzen™ series posts this morning, but the Linux problems have caused me to step away for the moment. If they were all as reliable as Ubuntu 18.04.3 then Linux might finally be competition for desktop/laptop OS usage; however, with the unbelievable Linux Fragmentation problems caused by Linux ‘Fashionistas,’ Linux is unable to even beat Chrome OS (started in 2011, BTW)!?!

Maybe I’ll try again later today…

Rule of Thumb – if you can’t install Ubuntu on it, then you can’t install any Linux Distro on it.