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Would it be more free than say, Android gaming? Android is also free/open-source, but has proprietary stuff included. Is the same true with the GCW Zero? submitted by /u/Frunto [link] [comments]

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Hi friends, After almost a year of Linux, I'm still a newcommer but definetly heading to VanillaArch, although I'm not ready for that yet (tried to install it in a VM today, crashed it when I was setting the DE). So I'm instead following my "training program" and learning what I need to learn. I switched from Ubuntu to Antergos, and I'm now looking for an arch-based distro easy to set-up but less "user-friendly", so I can struggle a little more (Antergos is a solid distro, but maybe too solid for my purpose). PS : preferably a multi-purpose distro to make it my main and only Thx for the good advices ! submitted by /u/knockemy [link] [comments]

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I mean I practically never see the opposite. I think it's a great thing that they are so many DE options on Linux. I personally don't like the design of KDE at all but that's just me. I'm sure they are plenty of users that like it and enjoy it and that's a good thing imo. submitted by /u/Robby010101 [link] [comments]

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I read on a site this morning, I think it was linux.com and reported the title of this post. Time to switch to pkexec. I did this morning and all I had to do was create the policy for the programs requiring root privilege; eg, Synaptic submitted by /u/green_aardvark [link] [comments]

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Why does Ubuntu boot faster than Debian? It's based on Debian so it makes sense that Debian would boot faster. I tried Ubuntu 17 and Latest Debian netinst and then installing the 'gnome' package. even just the terminal boots maybe 1 sec faster than Ubuntu with Unity. laptop specs: some i7 7th generation 8GB 250GB SSD submitted by /u/liamap [link] [comments]

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