Oh, this is golden: "Using #Windows after 15 years on #Linux" https://duncanlock.net/blog/2022/04/06/using-windows-after-15-years-on-linux/
You only realize how primitive Windows is when you were able to learn all the benefits of a modern Linux desktop. #UX
Actually it led to a better understanding of how awesome curl is.
More information. Here is what it looks like inside.
Perhaps its a SMARC form factor compute module?
I have tried booting to USB devices and it just doesn't do that. It loads the embedded Windows from somewhere.
10" Arm9, 1G Ram panel that currently runs windows embedded. I would like it to run Linux.
They offer a 'firmware update' here you can put on a flash drive.
www.phoenixcontact.com order number is: 1190417, downloads section.
Does anyone have any idea how I can create my own bootable USB stick for this to run / and or install linux on it?
Terminal vs GUI
I will admit that sometimes a GUI is just an easier experience for some tasks, though not all tasks. But the sheer speed and efficiency of using TUIs/CLIs just can't be touched. To me the learning curve of some terminal apps is 100% worth it because of the speed and efficiency that you get by learning it.
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