Unless you need to fix a leaking tap.
- Travel to the local hardware store to buy a x-size tap washer.
- Disassemble tap, “oh, it’s a y-size washer.”
- Reassemble tap with leaky washer.
- Back to the hardware store to buy the right size washer.
So it is with Linux, as I make my quarterly re-visit to the Linux OS.
This time I’m using a OpenWrt Linux installation, with yet another implementation of a installation package tool (ipkg).
The thing with Microsoft is that installers are (generally) now MSI based. And that’s a good thing, not having choice. Not having to remember which command line switch I need to use for which Linux distro.
… Now off to fix that tap