I have an interesting situation. My DE of choice is KDE and since Linux is supported it’s not much of a problem to run Linux apps. But it does not seem to support my tablet very much. It picks up on clicks but not movement, making it useless.
However, the tablet works great under Linux.
Now, I need to do some graphics work and since I have separated my home directory to a different pool than the O/S I can in theory swap out the O/S and do my graphics work, and have Thunderbird still download email (POP).
So I had this thought I wonder how well ZFS works under Linux? I don’t need access to anything but Thunderbird while I work on graphics.
One supporting reason to use TrueOS was what I perceive as being better supported here than under the Linux branch.
Of course KDE can potentially offer up some incompatibilities as they share some directories with earlier versions and I’ve never been able to figure out how well KDE deals with the different versions of config files. KDE does say to point to a different set of directories when you want two different QT versions installed.
Of course it would be so much easier if I could get the tablet to work here… (XP-Pen, a battery less nice and inexpensive tablet.)
Any input is of course appreciated!
A maybe more important question could be ZFS version support.
I can bypass KDE to run Krita in any DE.