@luke IMHO you should look at the HP DevOne hpdevone.com/ I don't think it has coreboot but I do believe it should meet all your other needs.

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@talkpine Listened to S02E06 and I love the idea of a "pineglass" but please make it possible for people who already wear glasses to enjoy too. The issue with many AR/VR systems today is they don't work for those of us that have to wear glasses to see.

@derek Well you could do this with vim thomer.com/howtos/netrw_ssh.ht and use your local copy of vim to edit remote files. With netrw you don't need to leave vim to have fun with remote files. Anyway excellent video even if it was a bit of vim bashing.

@derek With that said he is not using the community enough. Linux is a community driven OS unlike commercial OS'es you have to ask questions in the community or you are just not going to get all the fun out of it. Many of us have been using Linux forever++; so we already banged our heads on these things and worked with the community to get past them. He needs to plug into a community and ask questions. Google is not all knowing.

@derek I thought he was very fair but also very wrong. Linux != Windows; and I don't think it should ever be. You can't pick up a new OS and expect it to be the same as the OS you have been using. Gamers just want to play games and don't care about the OS unless it is what is stopping them from playing their fav. games. Gamers don't want to learn a new OS unless they are forced too.

@luke So while you are driving you are debating the writing of a Soap Opera based in space that started back at the end of the last Century. Maybe you should contact George and let him know how wrong him and his writers was about the fiction they wrote. Very good job you did get me to click.

@derek IMHO one should just replace GNOME with a tiling window manager. You have to customize your desktop anyway.

@luke Hi Luke have you read anything by Dr. Michael Heiser or watched any of his videos?

@dvl@bsd.network @LeJax@bsd.network Oh you made it accessible for those that are blind and want to use your system. Nice.😀

@mike@fosstodon.org @PINE64@fosstodon.org Ditto and I also need to work to get my books from those anti-freedom systems

@luke Hey it's nice to see you are checking out a BSD. OpenBSD is not a bad choice. Really I am posting this comment to see if I can post to peertube from mastodon.

@derek IMHO you should write everything in LaTeX that way for those that are text challenged can use a WYSIWYG LaTeX editor. There are several out there for all platforms. I agree we certainly need to get away from all these stupid binary and proprietary formats if for no other reason that to be able to properly share documents with each other. At work I write my docs in LaTeX and covert them to pdf for those folks trapped in windows land.

@rob@distrotoot.com @derek Then again just use the sqrt() function in awk.

@rob@distrotoot.com @derek Maybe you should have had awk write the output in LaTeX and compile it to a pdf that way could show the square root symbol 😀

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