.... ever think of the clusterfuck that is Copy and Paste in vim?
I just hope that some day, we get rid of the old school Linux train of thought. The one that sees Microsoft as perpetual evil.
I've said this before but it's worth repeating: This subset of the Linux community does not contribute a substantial amount of code to open source projects. They just make Linux less appealing to outsiders (unless said outsiders have a grudge against Microsoft)
Are You Really "Free" Under Capitalism? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xqouhMCJBI
Embrace: Since the start, Amazon Web Services made Linux operating systems a first class citizen of their hosting services.
Extend: AWS leveraged the power of more and more open source tools, making them available as paid services. Adding layers of interoperability between those.
Extinguish: AWS pushes the narrative that managing Linux servers is hard. That you should just use their cloud services and avoid using Linux as much as possible.
…but sure, keep shouting at Microsoft…
And he's not wrong. Sure it's not a lot but if power consumption is the concern, more RAM sticks means more power draw. On the screenshot, there is a clear difference between a Ryzen 3 with a 1x 16GB SO-DIMM and a i7 with 4x 8GB DIMM. I don't know if it's because it's too low or if it's because the Ryzen is an APU but the SO-DIMM power usage isn't even registered on powertop. Meanwhile the 32GB draw more than the CPU itself on idle.
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