Destination Linux 196: Going Sub-Atomic With Quantum Computing



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Thanks, everyone, very interesting show! I agree Quantum Computing has the potential to completely change everything. Not sure how soon its use will become widespread though. Fascinating physics underlying the concepts - I’m very behind on my reading for that but hope to catch up in the near future!

Also I’m currently installing Plasma on Fedora 33, so let’s see if it manages multiple DEs as flawlessly as Debian does :slight_smile:

This is hilarious :rofl:

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Also hilarious [quote=“PatPlusLinux, post:4, topic:2879, full:true”]

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