@wezm I'm learning so much from BSD nerds on Mastodon.

Came across this in one of your posts:

Cant wait to go through it.
Been fighting with graphics drivers and some newness, but trying to stick with it and get things working on my desktop; from the pkg manager to init system to pf and beyond, so many things feel so right to me about the BSD family (similar to how slackware has always resonated with)

Down to invest when the learnin is Unix - not just another distro :)


@wezm thanks for documenting your desktop adventures here. Such a critical addition to Handbook, FAQs, etc

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