grey1960envoy wrote:Much like me . I love messing with the settings 'til I bork the system and then see what I can do with it (my wife laughs at my nonsense)
XidCat wrote:Learning is great, but remembering is a PITA. If you don't already, I would advise keeping a Linux logbook. I use a simple spiral notebook myself. Anytime I tinker, I write down what I did, and the effect on the system (so I can backtrack my steps, if possible, or maybe I don't want that feature now, but maybe later I do). More importantly, when I break my system, I document how I fixed it, where I found the fix etc., I also log failed fixes. This has come in useful time and again, not just for myself, but for others in various forums. Happy tweaking!
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