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  • @captainlezbian
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    7 months ago

    Yeah I can’t imagine my work letting me use linux and that’s with a Linux user for an it guy.

    • 𝕸𝖔𝖘𝖘OP
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      77 months ago

      Yeah :(

      My friend uses RHEL at work daily. It’s what they use. Lucky duck.

      • @[email protected]
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        37 months ago

        In this job we got to choose whichever computer we want to put the budget on and could just install whatever OS gets the job done. It’s been like this for the past 10 years, but I typically work in tech companies with around 10-100 people.

        Went with NixOS as always.

        • 𝕸𝖔𝖘𝖘OP
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          27 months ago

          How is Nix? I’ve wanted to try, but it seems limited and computers are expensive. Now that you’ve told me you use it for work for so long, I’m seeing it in another light.

          • @[email protected]
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            27 months ago

            It’s great if you’re a programmer. Even better if your whole team uses it, so you can trivially standardize the build env of the project. NixOS manages the whole OS with nix, but you don’t need it to be a part of the gang.

            I’ve been using NixOS everywhere for years, and written long comments on Lemmy about it, so check my history if you want to read reasons why nix :)

    • Ænima
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      37 months ago

      I just got told today to begin Windows 11 build testing at work. No one in the meeting seemed enthusiastic about it even going so far as to make fun of it’s many…issues. Once I’m done getting off Google services, my next move is too divorce Windows like Melinda divorced Bill!

      I just wish I wasn’t so good at fucking up Linux on every machine I’ve tried it on.