I've a bit of retail, car sales, and warehouse experience and am looking for a job where I can use Linux and have an excuse to improve my skills in Linux and tech. I use Debian.
I love efficiency, organization, and making systems faster, easier for employees and customers.
I am open to any tips you all can give me.
I have no certifications and am not sure that I am willing to get one at this point. If I had a job I loved and they loved me back, I might be willing to get a certification in order to advance.
I am hoping the little bit of Linux and tech that I know will be what gets me a job where I live now.
At least 3,000 that died were on a feed lot. The short video I saw showed no trees or even bushes around and solid black angus cows that almost certainly were in over-crowded conditions standing in full sun all day.
It pisses me off that the real scene of the crime(s) wasn't shown.
You should easily be able to download the .zip file to get the files inside:
There are 6 main folders and most of the files are .rtf, and .png, but there is a .pdf in there, too. I say this because .rtf cannot hide macros so should be safe to open. I think image, .docx, and .pdf files can hide worms/viruses.
so try to not open that those --unless the other files are just too real to be considered a trojan horse.
A guy just told me this might be safer than converting it on my own PC;
Aspose Words Free Apps (https://products.aspose.app/words/viewer/rtf)
Free Online RTF Reader/Viewer
Online RTF Reader. Open, read, convert RTF documents for free.
There's a $60 lifetime membership fee, so I am reluctant to try it. Was hoping for reviews and to know more about their content - besides what the cover page shows.
It looks like what i could find elsewhere.
Do i simply install on top of a Debian server OS? Which .iso do I download/install?
I think even XFCE is rather bloated and have Debian XFCE on 2 other drives already, so will test out Debian stable nonfree with xfwm standalone. I have the names of the top 5 packages to add and will worry about the rest later. I am in no hurry to get this perfect yet. But, I would like to install the fundamentals tomorrow.
I guess most of Atom's packages are made for Windows, because most won't work correctly for me and I've tried MANY.
I'd really love to be able to use internal links (opens another one of my own markdown files) that work like wikilinks that I created on other markdown editors - that work in ghostwriter, MarkText, and Typora.
I have the outline package and that works fine, but any other suggestions for markdown packages or for writers would be appreciated. - if you KNOW they work well on Linux.
A few great themes for markdown would also be helpful.