I'm sharing this with my Linux and free software friends because I know they'll understand.
Well, I've done it again.
It seems I can't stick with a Linux distribution on my primary desktop for any length of time before I feel the need to share my home directory with another. To all the distributions I've loved before, it's nothing personal. To my most recent fling, Netrunner
, you were slick and friendly, but just not enough to keep me entertained. And before that, Linux Mint
. . . we've been together enough times that you know I'll come back at some point. Kubuntu
? You know I feel the same about you and we'll be together again in a few months. You and I have been together on and off so many times, I just know you're okay with this. I'll see you soon. Right now, I just feel the need to apt-out and turn up the rpm for a change. Sorry, Fedora
. . . it's been a while, but I'm just not ready. Not yet. RedHat
? Isn't enough that I install you on servers? We don't talk much and I don't take you /home, but we work together every day.
You understand . . . I love you all. I just can't seem to commit.