I have just spent two days fixing my computer after the Fedora 26 upgrade broke my system. I upgraded my Fedora 25 to Fedora 26. It kept throwing Kernel oops through the ABRT. It was so damn annoying to see the error pop-up every second.
I thought it might be a good time to switch to Ubuntu. Then the question comes which Ubuntu to try. Ubuntu regular has the same issues as Fedora whereas Ubuntu LTS runs Plasma 5.5. I also got scared to adding so many PPAs to get my functionality. The camel that broke my back was the poor touchpad sensitivity. Synaptics really doesn’t detect palm that well. The cursor kept jumping here and there as my palm touched the touchpad during typing.
I came back to Fedora. Arch would have been another solution probably better than Fedora or Ubuntu but the issue is I don’t want to get on RTFM-train. I am quite happy with a distro that does everything for me.
I have started going to the functional training class. It’s a great thing that I started. I am hoping that in a couple of months I should be a very strong man.
I have decided to go to the class three times a week. The last week I was only able to go there for two times. I didn’t have energy to go on Friday. Gym requires certain type of discipline. I don’t have that. This discipline is majoring food and sleep. Unless you are eating well and sleeping well the gym is going to suck. I ate my lunch at 4 o’clock on Friday. The gym was out of question.
This week I am going to make sure that I go to the gym all three days.
I have some complex thoughts in my mind that I am not able to comprehend or put in words. Maybe some other day.