Today in my attempt to migrate to / - setting up my dev environment. For the most part, this was great - almost exactly the same as getting setup on Mac for me.

I think the main difference was having to add keys for apt sources - this seems like an unnecessary hassle.

Consider the following procedures for installing postgresql 9.6 on vs

:

brew install postgresql@9.6

/#ubuntu

deb apt.postgresql.org/pub/repos/a YOUR_UBUNTU_VERSION_HERE-pgdg main

wget --quiet -O - postgresql.org/media/keys/ACCC | sudo apt-key add -

apt-get update

apt-get install postgresql-9.6

Four commands I'd have to search the web for *every time* I setup a new box vs one I can easily remember.

Homebrew is 1000x better here IMO.

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Really besides that though, everything just worked. My oh-my-zsh theme, git, VSCodium, everything just came over. Nice!

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