The key part missing from the title is the number of times you have to click your mouse in order to bring Linux Mint to its knees.
How can you crash Linux Mint 17.3? Read on to find out.
Obviously the fact that I am linking to a video as this week's blog post means that I am not really at the point of releasing a new feature article such as a review or tutorial.
I have been looking at the Raspberry PI 7 Inch Touchscreen which I received as a birthday present and I have to admit that this has taken up more of my time than I should really admit to.
I have also installed Linux Mint 17.3 and I have been testing it out over the past week in order to write a review. This article however is nothing to do with anything I have found in Linux Mint.
When I am not installing Linux and writing articles about it I like to scour the news pages, read and answer Quora questions and watch Linux videos on Youtube.
Recently I have been watching the Linux Help Guy videos but he has decided not to focus so much time on Linux which has left a bit of a void. I therefore had a look at the videos uploaded in the past week by other people to see what was being discussed.
When you see the title "How to crash Linux Mint Just By Clicking Your Mouse" you instantly want to know what the user did.
The video is linked above so you can click on it and watch it if you so desire. I found myself enjoying it just because it was so bizarre but really the whole thing is a bit n'ye.
So How Do You Crash Linux Mint By Clicking Your Mouse
- Click on the floppy drive symbol
- An error message appears telling you that there is no floppy disk in the drive.
- Go to step 1 and repeat the steps again and again and again without closing the error messages