How I Use Linux Three Years Later
I few years ago I shared how I use Linux.
I no longer have a dedicated file server. I merged that role into the office desktop that is powered on most of the day.
I no longer have or need an apt-cacher, but I have one installed at work using Debian.
I still have the MATE desktop installed. Primarily I use Xfce because I can’t stand tool tips, which cannot be disabled in MATE. I still use the Caja file manager even when using Xfce.
I wiped Nagios because with a home network I never found anything useful to do with the software. I use Nagios at work.
I still have Windows 10 on a VLAN system, but I don’t remember the last time I booted the system. I might boot the system when I feel sadistic and haven’t had a good cussing storm in a while. I realize many people have a need, but I have zip point zero need for Windows. I've been using Linux based systems for 19 years and exclusively at home for 11 years.
At home I am still a Slackware user. At work I use Debian on the desktop although I also support CentOS and Proxmox on servers.