However, when a couple of friends of the Unity Linux team left that magazine, this topic was brought up again. I learned quite a bit more of the politics that was going on.. but there's no point in my repeating such stuff. It's just the same old same old..
I went way out of my way to comb through all of the settings of msec to make sure things are to my liking. However, my preferences have been overwritten by a default for the second time!
This really pisses me off to no end. The one thing whose configuration is amazingly important to not screw up.. gets screwed up.
I strongly suspect this was done by PCLinuxOS updating.
From "Hey, it's a nice day I think I'll open my window." to "It's almost 2am, I better get to bed soon.", here's another Linux install and bootloader misadventure.
- Switched from this to various distributions before settling on Unity Linux
- 2015-05-15 - I can't get this booting on a USB stick. No documentation.
I think I either used a little of other distributions, or I switched to PCLinuxOS from Slackware.