|I think I know the real reason behind the fatigue:|
The system utilities change completely so often compared to Windows.
Take networking in Ubuntu Server for example. In the past 5 years or so:
- networking is now controlled by systemd
- they introduced "predictable interface names" (so instead of wlan0 its wlp2s0)
- you use netplan to configure your interfaces
- wpasupplicant is no longer bundled as a default package (fuck whoever came up with this, how is one supposed to do without it with no wired options?)
While most of the changes are good in isolation, they make for a frustrating experience if you're not a Linux geek that follows them in real time.
All the knowledge I learned in the past is prone to invalidation after the next OS release. It's impossible to master something that's a moving target.