Linus does have some legitimate gripes, I will absolutely agree to some of them.
But others? It's because he's like a kid with ADHD and an unlimited supply of Pixie Sticks. He creates his own problems and then blames literally anything else but himself.
"Waaaaa! This isn't exactly like what I am used to!" No shit, Sherlock. I don't bitch that a motorcycle doesn't operate or drive like my Lightning. Apparently basic literacy isn't one of his strong suits. Like in the first part of the series, he literally bricks his own installation because he doesn't read what the warning on screen tells him is going to happen...and then he acts shocked that what he was warned about explicitly happens. It's like being shocked when Windows doesn't boot because something you installed said "Hey, I am going to delete C:\Windows\System32 and C:\Windows\SysWOW64. Go ahead?" Then you tell it to go ahead. Should the package manager have protected him from his own stupidity? That's up for philosophical debate.
The whining about "I had to read how to run a shell command and then I got some errors" was another perfect example of this. What errors? Did you not investigate those errors? Barring some legitimately crappy software, most error outputs tell you why the error happened.
Then there's the whole "I had to download a file as an html file and then rename it to .sh". Uh, maybe try using a browser that doesn't automatically change your file extension? I found the exact repository on GitHub that he downloaded from and downloaded the same install.sh. Both Firefox and Brave downloaded the .sh file.
This slapdash, half-assed attempt of his is beyond annoying. Luke I will give credit to because he at least tried some things instead of whining and I admit there are some paper cuts that do need to be ironed out.
"Lock the doors. Kill the light. No one's coming...home tonight. It's getting colder."
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