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I just wanted to make publicly my frustration of today's event. At my new work, I'm trying to separate my personal stuff from work stuff so I decided I have to bring something I can use to login at my websites and whatnot. I cleaned my old netbook, which was once my main system at college, which has 2gb ram and an Intel atom N450. It was never snappy but it worked and that the job, this was 5 years ago. My surprise was that after installing regular xubuntu and Firefox to surf the web, I end up with a system that is not capable of showing web pages smoothly. Google takes some seconds to show up and some more seconds to become responsive. Facebook has a huge delay everytime I click a link, or even the chats are incredibly slow, 5 seconds delay between writing and the computer actually showing what you wrote. I just shut it down incapable of believing what was happening. I doubt that my netbook has any hardware problems that can be causing this, so it has to be the new web format where everything is ran on the clients instead of on the servers. So my point is, JS is killing the web and we can do nothing about it. I even think that a "low budget" tablet pc running Android with a Chinese SOC runs better than my netbook, which makes me very sad. What do I do now with my little atom? =< submitted by /u/Fenisu [link] [comments]

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Me and my friend are discussing what Distro I should use on my laptop. I've always Debian based Distros, but I've been wanting something that's a bit faster/leaner and more up to date. I was thinking using Arch, but my friend says it breaks way too much to be usable. I don't want to start a flame war or anything, I'm just trying o get opinions for what I should use. I'm a student, so I do a bit of programming( Python, C++, JS, whatever I need). So I need a system that's not going to break over night. But I'm also really into security, and I want my machine to be up to date on the latest software. Which I know is the dilemma. I like that you build everything yourself in Arch, cause I like to learn about Linux and my system. I find it fun setting up stuff up. Do people that use Arch find it's stable enough for a daily driver? Is there some tips/tricks y'all have? Debian folk, do you find that you get updates/patches quickly from upstream? submitted by /u/7h3g33k [link] [comments]

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I have been searching for a VPN service but can't find anything free. I don't think that paying $100-150 per year is too much - this is quite a moderate price. I just don't need all these function available for paid accounts. 1-2Gb of traffic for 1 computer would be enough for me. Most of the services that I have seen so far don't support Linux. Are there any VPN services with minimalistic free plans? Thank you in advance submitted by /u/dondraper36 [link] [comments]

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Please don't pick on my choice of distro. I have no choice in the matter. I am going to be migrating a server from 5 to 7 (and to newer hardware) and do not know if I can do the following: Set up new centOS on vmware fusion Customize apache, etc in the VM Convert that VM image to an installable ISO so I have minimum set up time on the actual hardware. Expectation: CentOS runs through the full install keeping the conf files from the VM. I never approached an install this way and don't know if it's possible. Yes I can always just set up the hardware, do the install and then replace the conf files from my VM image. It's more curiosity. I won't be using VMware as a host because it's a Wowza server. Don't like running those on VMs when I can help it. submitted by /u/vladimirpoopen [link] [comments]

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I've heard Linux is very useful to learn especially if you're trying to be a network engineer so i decided im going to learn it to help my journey on becoming one.. as of now im finishing up my CCNA still but i was wondering if it'd be good idea to dedicate some time to Linux as well or would it be overkill trying to do both at the same time. also i have access to Rhel and linux+ books at work . thoughts on what i should do? submitted by /u/bigandroughguy [link] [comments]

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I bought JBL Charge 3 yesterday and have about 2-3 second lag and breaks/tears every time, almost impossible to watch movie and really unpleasant to listen music. I followed this archlinux article to configure. Any advice or recommendations please? P.S. My machine is T540P submitted by /u/acidlys [link] [comments]

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