Welcome to the 27th post in the rationally regularized R revelations series, or R4 for short. This is a edited / updated version of yesterday’s T^4 post #7 as it really fits the R4 series as well as it fits the T4 series.
A new video in both our T^4 series of video lightning talks with tips, tricks, tools, and toys is also a video in the R^4 series as it revisits a topic previously covered in the latter: how to (more easily) get (binary) packages onto your Ubuntu system. In fact, we show it in three different ways.
The slides are here.
This repo at GitHub support the series: use it to open issues for comments, criticism, suggestions, or feedback.
Thanks to Iñaki Ucar who followed up on twitter with a Fedora version. We exchanged some more message, and concluded that complete comparison (from an empty Ubuntu or Fedora container) to a full system takes about the same time on either system.