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The passing of FiftyOneFifty

It is with deep sadness we announce that another of our hosts and friends Donald Grier, known to us as FiftyOneFifty, has passed away.

FiftyOneFifty's frat brother Randy Hall has written an lovely piece. The team at Linuxlugcast are preparing our own tribute if you want to contribute an audio file you can email Honkeymagoo or join the show.

Our thoughts go out to his friends and family at this difficult time.


hpr2064 :: Test-Driving Devuan

Frank Bell takes Devuan Beta out for a spin.

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Hosted by Frank Bell on 2016-06-30 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Devuan, Debian, SystemD, SysV.
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Frank Bell takes the Devuan Beta for a test drive and finds it accelerates smoothly, corners nicely, and rides comfortably.

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Comment #1 posted on 2016-07-19T16:38:15Z by Krayon

SLiM

FYI: SLiM (_S_imple _L_og_i_n _M_anager) should allow you to cycle through
the available DM's by pressing the F1 key. You simply stop on your desired DM,
then login.

SLiM config within /etc/ somewhere ( /etc/slim.conf or /etc/slim/slim.conf
probably) can be used to define the choices.

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