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Hello, I recently decided to switch from kubuntu to Debian KDE. Although, when I try to install Debian, my keyboard works all the way until I reach the installer. Grub works, the BIOS works, etc. The livecd also failed to boot.. But that was the least of my worry's. Even the livecd failsafe mode. The noapic and nolapic kernel parameters have done nothing to the installer. Legacy USB mode is enabled. Please help. EDIT: When I said the livecd failed to boot, I meant live mode. EDIT: Live mode works on gnome, but it runs gnome fallback. Still no keyboard. submitted by butlerccreltub [link] [1 comment]

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Randomly saw this tonight looking up membership offerings. http://training.linuxfoundation.org/certification/lfcs submitted by unquietwiki [link] [comment]

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So what is the big deal about systemd? i keep seeing people complaining about it. submitted by ThelVadumee [link] [4 comments]

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I am in school for Information Technology & Management and I want to go deeper into Linux and system administration and the networking side. My finals are in two weeks then I'll have a month off for winter break till next semester starts. What I am looking for is a project idea that I can work on during that break that can incorporate some of the things I listed before that can increase my knowledge on the subject and give me experience I can put on a resume. Would anyone here have any advice or ideas I could look into? Thanks! submitted by Kieji [link] [1 comment]

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Is there an operating system like arch (K.I.S.S Principle) based on the APT package manager and the Ubuntu package base? submitted by butlerccreltub [link] [1 comment]

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