Cool to see the Linus Tech Tips guys trying GNU/Linux... great for to have that exposure... although I find myself being reminded of some Yank (from the US) tourists I've seen here in NZ (pre-Covid, of course)... asking where the nearest Starbucks was, so they could get a frappe hit, or 7/11 for a slushie, or being appalled by the lack of tipping in restaurants, or the fact that NZers generally don't give a hoot about (American) Football. 1/2
I also note that a lot of the problems they encounter have to do with their dependence on 3rd party proprietary apps that are either non-existent or relatively poorly supported on GNU/Linux due to the interests of their proprietor, so nothing to do with the #FOSS world. To be fair, occasionally Linus or Luke will acknowledge that... but it'd be cool if they recognised that proprietary is the problem, not the solution. Again, that's where the "adjusting your expectations" stuff comes in.
@lightweight The root of the problem is that they care not a whit for software freedom or any of the ethics. They want to run proprietary entertainment software and have ZER0 interest in anything else.
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