so many things to think abt with how those devices aged
relevant when considering how e.g. the Air 2 is getting os 15
"congratulations! inventors of the cheap optical mouse, you made something so unquestionably good, that it didn't spawn a subcommunity who think it ruined computing!
please collect the gold, silver and bronze trophies, because there is no competition in this category"
I can already tell this road will somehow lead to me mapping for OSM again
I'm not sure how you'd attack the second one, since you'd need to somehow shuttle the luks key between kernels and I don't really trust the vendor BIOS to handle that
maybe a kexec-reboot after an update? I'm not aware of any distros that actually support or enable kexec booting though
been using automatic+offline updates on Fedora and it's honestly pretty nice
I only have two major annoyances - KDE notifies me that the updates are pending and it will proceed to take up a good chunk of brainspace until I reboot (they've already changed this in current builds)
and I need to enter my disk decryption key twice during an updates boot
if both of those were changed I think it would truly be completely ignorable which is the ideal
blue fox - systems programming/mecha. eng - soft techposting - 20 they/them
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