This is partly inspired by @dasgeek 's hilarious Pinebook Pro unboxing video, though more seriously to do with my VM questions a while back and subsequent experiments with Virtualbox running on Debian Stable.
Needing stable VMs for my workflows, especially experimenting with LFS installation, which I think is taking-off in our community, I ended up reading at least 100 pages of the Virtualbox official manual. It was very useful because it taught me a lot about default options for mouse and video drivers and how changing them can help. I’m going to do an advice tip on it - hopefully today, to summarise what I learned for others.
When was the last time you read a user manual / installation guide etc.? What was it for? In what ways did you find it helpful or unhelpful?