I have an existing install of Antergos on my machine. I have 2 disks, the first is an 120gb SSD with boot and root partitions, the second is a 1tb spinning disk with home and swap. I has worked really well for me and I'd like the same for Solus.
I have come to the where should we install part of the installation and I'm unsure how to proceed? It would seem that I can replace Antergos but does not give me the option of assigning the second disks home partition. When I click "assign mount points", I am unable to actually do anything?
I'm I being an idiot?
I'm thinking of exploring a new Distribution and Solus looks quite nice! I've been a user of Arch now for a couple of years and love the rolling nature of it. But inevitably, I boot up and it occasionally throws a wobbly, especially when I want to get something done, or worse I want to show Linux off to someone. I hear Solus will go rolling at 2.0 which has peaked my interest.
I'm looking to install on my laptop (i5 quad sandy bridge, 8gb Ram Intel graphics). I currently have the Os installed to SSD and /home on a 1tb spinning disc.
I have played with it on a live USB and it seems really cool.
So, is it worth me jumping in now? Has anyone else come from Arch that could share their thoughts on how they have got on with Solus?
I'm going to try to drop in more for a while!...
My love has always been running though (ex military, and long distance runner before serious injury) and I started to miss it. Especially when I'm being invited to 5k's and triathlons. I tried to get back into running. I tried various different trainers and even a gait analysis, and physio, and then another gait analysis, numerous shoes and after slowly increasing my mileage, I'd get to 3k and the shins would start singing again, followed by the back and then the hip pain. Every single time!
A month ago I decided to have one last ditched attempt at getting back into running before unhappily giving up for good. I found a YouTube video about Barefoot running and decided to give it a go. What did I have to loose?
With a few laps around the local park, it felt amazing! After a few hundred metres my legs opens up, my posture shifted and I was flying! I did not want to stop! I'm a sucker for doing my research, so of course I understood that I needed to take it easy. So I walked home. No pain, no achiness, no feeling like I'd been hit by a bus! Awesome!
A few days later and my very first Vibrams, the Seeya LS Night, were delivered, and I was like a kid at Christmas!
Since then I have been slowly easing into it. I download the C25K app from the Play Store so I had a disciplined structure to work with and now I'm at week 5 and loving it! I'm running 12km a week and aside a few minor aches and monstrously tight calves, I feel fantastic!
I certainly will not be going back to "running shoes" I tell you that much!
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