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Short version: Is there a program in the Linux world that's a lot like rainmeter? Preferably one that will run in a CLI? I know about top and htop. But I'd like something a bit prettier Long version: I have a 33 inches TV and a 30 inch monitor on my win 10 gaming rig. I currently run rain meter on it but the particular skinbimbising takes a lot of space. I have a 19 inch monitor in a closet. I don't want to plug it into the computer and have 3 different resolutions going. So the plan was to turn on the Ubuntu temeinal in win 10 then install the Linux equivalent to rain meter. Then plug a raspberry pi into the 19 inch, and SSH into my gaming rig via the pie and then run the Linux rainmeter program. So I could monitor my computer's specs from another machine. Thanks in advance submitted by /u/gomexz [link] [comments]

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So to give a little context to this. I gave a negative review to a game on steam due to the fact it was unplayable from pretty much the get go. My review basically was centered around the fact that the devs have this game as playable on Linux, but it just does not work, at least not without a lot of troubleshooting. The review I felt was not rude or negative necessarily in my wording, but non the less a negative one. Then the windows guys naturally had their comments about linux not being a gaming system, but by far my most favorite comment is the pic I have here. I thought you may enjoy this. http://imgur.com/a/ziCME submitted by /u/waslit [link] [comments]

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So far I've managed to install Java and Eclipse. I can't figure out how to download Java Development Kit, though. Or properly configure Forge to actually put my old mod into the new forge and then update that in Eclipse... Can someone help please? My OS is Debian. submitted by /u/LiinerxNarb [link] [comments]

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Hello, I just started taking Cisco level 1 and Linux 1 at my college to get the CCNA certification. My first assignment in Linux is to do a report on Fedora. The only issue I'm having is finding out what GUI Fedora uses. I don't know if it can use multiple GUIs or one specific GUI and I can't find a clear cut answer everywhere I've looked. Maybe I'm asking the question wrong. If anyone can provide assistence I would greatly appreciate it. submitted by /u/Th3Obsolete [link] [comments]

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I'm trying to give Linux another try and looking for a Desktop Environment that handles HiDPI well. My current setup on Windows is 1920x1200 24inch monitor with 150% scaling. Which ends up being 144ppi. So far I found this article which suggests Pantheon, Cinnamon and KDE. submitted by /u/4mana7 [link] [comments]

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I got a buddy that is trying to learn Linux via the Linux System's Administration curriculum providing by the LF. He is a smart guy but is having trouble with applicability. Does anyone know (or can provide a list) of problems to solve? I am talking about things like: Find out how much CPU %USR was used during X time period? Find out who is logged in? Who were the last 3 people that logged in? How do you make it so user a and user b can safely share the contents of a directory without user c being able to see the contents of the directory? How do you properly edit the sudoers file? Things like that... Thanks! submitted by /u/linuxhiker [link] [comments]

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