I was about to upgrade my workstation OS to the latest Ubuntu release but the paranoid in me decided to go through the net one more time and I found this from linux config:
Upgrades from 18.04 LTS will not be enabled until a few days after the 20.04.1 release expected in late July 2020.— linuxconfig.org
So. Since I don’t don’t want to risk messing up a properly working workstation I can wait until late July 2020.
I did read that a fingerprint login will be available for the 20.04 LTS release so I’m looking forward to that feature. Another welcome addition I am interested in is the kernel lockdown security feature.
I’ve been reading so many things. Too much maybe. “Everybody wants to rule the world.” The chinese communist party comes to mind right now.
The neighborhood is so unusually quiet even with the hard lockdown covering the entire district. So music.
There are malicious people online. They take advantage of a form that they can put their trash in not knowing it goes back to them. So I’m taking out my input form and leave the bots out to dry.
The hard lockdown is about to end but there’s an 8:00pm curfew so the hard lockdown essentially extends until tomorrow at 5:00 in the morning. Nothing happened. Except maybe I’ve cleaned up the back-end of this blog a bit. Maybe. There’s another chance to improve things tomorrow.