My Linux experience in a nutshell:
Every fucking thing is a special case, every time.
Everything's installed <here> except when it's not,
You start a thing this way except when you don't.
Recursive is -R unless it's -r and you will get it wrong EVERY TIME.
Every app is installed for everyone except this one you're using.
You can run anything from anywhere except this thing,
Group permissions matter except when they don't.
I'm starting to think maybe it's not me that's the problem.
Oh here we are with a big fat surprise. NZ's little handbrake. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12256174
Every time the international press fawns over Jacinda and NZ, just remember that you're talking about a country that only just now is getting around to removing abortion from the Crimes Act, and that every positive reform in this country depends on keeping a conservative rump happy. https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/114752360/abortion-law-to-change-in-sweeping-reform-announced-by-justice-minister-andrew-little
Perpetually tired Aussie in NZ. I like coffee, my union, web stuff, sewing, crafty stuff, fountain pens, and booking it around town on my ebike.
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