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I assume that the kinds of people who prefer Linux for various reasons might also have reasons for choosing non-mainstream search engines. submitted by erlegreer [link] [3 comments]

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I need help deciding on a micro computer, but I'm not sure what to buy. I know the R Pi is very popular and has a lot of support, but I have came across a few others that seem to be a better pick for me so I need help deciding. I have a lot of knowledge about computers, but not too much about Linux. I'm mostly doing this to get into Linux and possibly learn some very basic programming. I'm going to use it mostly for messing around for things like looking something up real quick on Google and playing emulators. I want to play super Nintendo games (and maybe things like N64 if it can handle it). My budget is roughly around 100$. I want it to have HDMI, and built in wifi, bluetooth, or stat/msata would be a major plus. I saw that some even come with cases, anything less I have to buy is always a great thing. I don't want to get it and find out I have to buy a whole bunch of stuff just to make it work. Also being somewhat new to Linux, if anything goes wrong (and I'm sure it will) I want to be able to get help. So I don't know if a Pi is right for me, these other boards look better but I don't want to take a risk. Do any of you recommend or have any of these? Should I stay away from any of these? Here are the others I've been looking at... Radxa (looks perfect, but little support) Banana pi (with a awesome sata port) Hummingboard Raspberri pi B+ (with the Canakit just for fun) BeagleBone (this seems more for robotics and stuff though) MinnowBoard Max Odroid-U3 Udoo Cubieboard submitted by Mighty_Mac [link] [6 comments]

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I installed Arch Linux and it's basically as good as Ubuntu however a lot more up to date and faster with btrfs and all the stuff I want. When I try to change the hostname on Ubuntu I get all confused and changing the dns is also weird. Ubuntu is simple when I don't use certain parts of it, but some parts are a hell of a lot more complicated just like Windows to me. It's just an anecdote that's probably wrong but is Arch Linux simpler than Ubuntu but a hell of a lot more transparent? Is this me noticing their KISS mission statement? submitted by totallynotahologram [link] [comment]

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I did a clean install of LXLE on an old computer this morning replacing Windows XP. While trying to uninstall a feature, I accidentally deleted the top panel that is the equivalent of taskbar in Windows. I can't find a way to bring it back and have to use commands to shutdown the computer. Can someone please help me restore it? submitted by nupreneur [link] [1 comment]

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I recently started using Cyclon and I really enjoy it. But there are a bit too much bugs I think. Are there other distributions that are very similar but are more stabile? submitted by Nerdiator [link] [1 comment]

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I recently purchased a 1TB hard drive for my macbook pro with the intention of installing Ubuntu. I partitioned some of the space to use for Linux, and plan to also download reeFit as well to function like boot camp. My question for this sub is: is this workable? Will it be really slow running off the hard drive? Is reefit safe? Any tips/help would be greatly appreciated. submitted by ESPbeN [link] [comment]

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