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Old 11-08-2019, 08:51 PM   #16
shevegen
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Registered: May 2004
Distribution: Slackware / GoboLinux / LFS / VoidLinux
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I am on fedora right now, recently installed, just to try it out. Surprisingly, it works quite
nicely. I still much prefer the slackware philosophy, but with the lack of recent updates to
main slackware it has become somewhat annoying to me too, since I am no longer that young
someone - I am at an age where I need to have a reliable work station without investing too
much time into maintaining, playing around etc... In short: get real work done.

Now - the trailing dot actually annoys me and I do not want to see it at all. It confuses
my brain, I want it gone.

I am still searching for a way to omit this useless bit but I guess without a custom filter,
there is no way to get rid of it? I liked the slackware default that was a bit shorter. The
ACL dot tells me nothing that I need to know.
 
  


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