I'm just not sure if making your own special ISO is worth the effort.
I feel that for mainstream success, Snap packages are good.
Studies of free software projects have found that the average free software project was written entirely by one developer, is not very large, and is not being updated. That's often taken to mean it's a failed or dead project. But all the projects above look that way, and are not failures, or dead.
For example, you'll be using the latest, fast and responsive Skype UI, you can share files, photos and videos and send a whole new range of new emoticons.
I should upload my Xbox One controller config once I'm done, because it takes annoyingly long to set up...[...]Edit 3: seems like antimicro might actually be nicer.
pacmd set-default-sink 1
LD_PRELOAD='/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libstdc++.so.6 /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libgpg-error.so.0' steam
Besides some occasional maintenance, free software can afford to just be done.
Here's the antimicro setup I'm trying out with Broken Sword 5. Note that there are a bunch of premade profiles available here.
Slight update on Steam. It quit working after an update and I had to add another library to the preload:
LD_PRELOAD='/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libstdc++.so.6 /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libgpg-error.so.0' LIBGL_DRI3_DISABLE=1 ./start.sh
The moral of the story, if you hand someone Linux as an alternative OS perhaps you shouldn't give them Debian/testing but something like Ubuntu 16.04 instead lest they walk away in frustration.
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