Hey folks -
I thought this would be a fun topic to look at. Something that would allow each of us to get a bit of an inside view of what we are doing with the OS of choice.
This is your time for a bit of self-promotion!
So with that, allow me to be the first!!!.
I purchased some backing tracks that allow me to remove what I want. I am a bass player by default but I do like to play a bit on the old 6-string.
Most all guitar tracks are me. Even some leads (I pretty much suck, but you should have no issue know what is what).
All tones are from effect pedals that I have build. Most are clones, a few are originals.
So - the OS is Arch and ArchLabs, using Audacity and some over dubs.
Turn up the sound and get ready for a few giggles
MY Backing Tracks
lol, like what you re doing mate, keep it on.
Very cool I’m impressed Chris
Been using Archlabs and before that BL for both home and professional use before retiring. Marie uses ArchLabs daily as well, for fun and her academic work.
(@Chris I like that there are musicians in the family. I play the guitar too, but my dream was always to be a drummer)
I use ArchLabs daily, it’s my little office. It never fails me and It’s the most stable system that I’ve used. It’s also my communications center, I’ve a mobile phone but I almost never use it.
I’ve a PC that I use as a home server where I keep the copies, it works with Arch. I’ve a script with which I copy the important folders of my AL. I don’t like to make an entire copy of my system, because if it breaks, I know that a clean AL works perfectly, so I would only copy the folders that I saved on my server in case something went wrong. This pc also has a HDD with Kali (but in the process of switching to BlackArch or Parrot) with which I do tests at home. I did official cybersecurity exams and had to learn how to use kali tools for assessments.
And another hobby, the Raspberry Pi. I’ve one with BatoceraLinux on a TV with SNES controls. When my nephews come home they play the SuperMario and the FinalFight. I also have another RPi to do tests at home, mainly to test screens.
I have literally nothing important or even useful to do with my computer, it’s all just games & dicking around
I don’t even bother backing up…
lol, pretty much the same appart from gaming.
Follow my subs on YT , forums, web.
Everything from school to programming to multimedia. Glad that arch is so versatile yet stable.
Come to think of it - I use my Linux powered machines for fun only. I realized this right now.
Couple of years ago I used to think I might earn some bucks on the Play Store. Initially it went not bad, but nowadays there’s no place for indie developers there. I removed most of my apps, and whatever still left, was turned into free software.
Since I still like coding, I moved from Android Studio to IntelliJ Idea, and finally to PyCharm. Having nothing better to do, I coded some scripts aimed at the tint2 panel. However, the most
useless but funny was to develop my games. The first one I initially created for 8-bit Atari in 1992. Having found old floppies in the attic, I thought to give them the second life on Android, and later on desktop computers (AUR). The second game (AUR) I still find funny, and happen to play it on my phone or desktop.
I’m not a musician, like @Chris, but I needed several soundtracks. I wrote them with LMMS.
I also use GIMP, Inkscape and Audacity quite often. Operating systems: vanilla Arch / ArchLabs / Void (random order).
Looks like you re pretty good with computers @nwg
Just a hobbyist. If I have to code professionally one day, I’ll hate it. At the office I do different job (DTP, web services, social media).