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Hi All, For about a year now I've solely been using a combination of different Linux distros and OSX. And I was just given a Surface Pro 2 as a gift. I powered it on and realized I've pretty much forgotten how to "Mircosoft". And by that I mean, I'm looking for a way to ssh naturally, and I'm at a blank. When looking for a ping tool and I'm forgetting how to find Powershell, and when checking my network settings I'm typing in "ifconfig" and getting errors. Oh the joys lol. Anyway, I was just wondering if any others here have had this same experience. submitted by /u/rpartlan [link] [comments]

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Hey folks, I know there have been a number of cert discussions here, but I'm curious to hear from the folks who have pursued the LF certs - or those who have some insight into hiring metrics. The case I often hear for Red Hat certs is: proctored, performance based exams > multiple choice. Makes sense, but the LF exams are in the same boat. I'm often surprised how little attention they get in the cert discussions considering this. I know Red Hat has quite the market share in the US enterprise space and their exam reputation has been around longer. Do you foresee the LF becoming more reputable? Bonus Points: I know there are parts of Europe that lean more towards SUSE or Debian nix. Does the RedHat cert matter less in these regions / could the LF certs have a place there? I ask because I live several hours from a testing center, so the remote exam for LF is appealing. But it seems stupid to take an exam if the people hiring and writing the checks don't know or care about it. TIA! submitted by /u/_Ulfhednar [link] [comments]

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So when i start my computer, it shows GRUB boot loader, which shows Ubuntu and Windows boot loader. So my question is: why does it show windows boot loader instead of Windows 10? submitted by /u/-Lawliet [link] [comments]

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About to purchase a new laptop for dev work and data science. Previously I had an Asus Q501LA with an upgraded SSD and maxed out ram. I'm doing a lot of machine learning work in tensor flow and R so it has to be able to take some strain. Right now I'm looking to spend around $1500 and my top choices would be the Dell XPS Dev version(I like this since its already shipped with Ubuntu) , and the Lenovo X1 Carbon. Here are my two questions: Which one would you purchase? Do you recommend a laptop that will run Ubuntu 16.04 better and preferably come with an i7, decent amount of ram, and at least a 250gb ssd. submitted by /u/WhiteHorseTito [link] [comments]

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Code/screenshots/installation instructions: https://github.com/sgnn7/ez_gpg It's still not done but it's getting to the threshold of having the basic functionality there. Feedback very much welcomed. Edit: python3 + python3-gnupg + GTK; fpm and setup.py packaging. submitted by /u/sgnn7 [link] [comments]

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Hey guys over the last two weeks I've been working on an open source league of legends client called Null Client. To be clear its not a game client, but it is crossplatform so will work with playonlinux. It is written in java. If anyone wants to contribute (I'm looking for ui developers or anyone familiar with league client protocol), you can find the the repository here. I will be updating the repository with build instructions and planned features shortly. If you want to try it out you can find releases here. Its pretty early so far it can connect to chat server and you can chat with friends, and it can open the store and show rp/ip. It also has support for multiple profiles and regions and it stores chat logs in a database. submitted by /u/GratinB [link] [comments]

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