I've had a nice spot of free time lately due to weather and other issues. I haven't been able to go too far due to coincidentally getting the flu, or sumpin'. All I've wanted to do is sleep.
What to do to break up and small amounts of non-sleeping time? Why….f*** with the Linux! That's what.
I did some reinstalls, not because they were needed, but just to have some fun play time and try some tricks all while under the stupor inducing effects of Zyrtec. All Debian machines stayed Debian, but the desktop environment on one was swapped from LXDE to Xfce. Why not. It's pretty. We now have one big-machine Debian with Xfce and one Debian netbook with LXDE.
Brian's laptop was swapped from Ubuntu to Xubuntu, which is really just a change from Gnome to Xfce, but the Ubuntu on there had been through multiple upgrades, so I wanted to do a nice relaxing, refreshing, reinstall. We don't do none of the damned Unity around here. lol.
So, when you feel like hell, and don't know what to do, I recommend f*****g with the Linux. Debian and the *buntus are especially receptive to it.
The Zyrtec I took to relieve head/chest flu symptoms made me half crazy, so messing with the Linux helped me to hang on.