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Hello everyone, TL;DR This is just one of those thank you post, my life was changed by Linux and I'm never going back. Honestly, thank you Linux community. Backstory: I am almost 35, my first computer was a Mac OS 8.6 and I have never used Windows regularly. I could never make the switch over to a Linux distro because Mac OS slowly became a trap. Over the years I heard my father talk about how the system was closing in on itself. I didn't realized what he was talking about until I got my first laptop on Mac OS 10 when I left home and started messing around with it, a year or two before the Intel processors and dual booting with Windows (Double Trouble). From there on, I began accumulating frustration with each update of the system: unclear policies, bad choices, agressive all-apple-or-nothing campaigns, less and less customization possible. A couple of years ago, an opportunity at work allowed me to have a secondary laptop with whatever distro I wanted. Boum! On my fresh beginner Ubuntu, in 2 months I was able to replicate all the years of fine-tuning, system scripting, GUI tweaking of years on Mac OS. I was in love. I'm never going back to anything. I currentIy use Kubuntu. I just wanted to thank the community, here and everywhere, who works for Linux to happen. When dark times come, we must recognize what was and still is good. Thanks. ps: yes, give as much as you can back to the community. Great software and great developers need to be supported. submitted by /u/diegantobass [link] [comments]

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So I have been tasked with setting up a TUN/TAP lab for a class. I just started to dive into it, and I am not very familiar with how TUN and TAPS work but from my basic understanding I need to create a virtual bridge to connect the TAP or TUN interface to my main ethernet adaptor. Heres the catch, I cannot download any additional software to this server, I have the option of a seed server and an ubuntu server. I tried to use BRCTL to set up a virtual bridge but both VM's don't have bridge-utils installed and it's impossible for me to reach the internet or even SFTP to the machine. Is there another way I can create a virtual bridge, or can I create a functioning tun/tap interface without a virtual bridge? submitted by /u/cashkleest [link] [comments]

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hi guys, first of all, im a software analyst student. I have a laptop and its pretty good and fast and im happy with it. However, its running on Win 10 and everything i do on it its ranging from VSCode, unity, possibly virtual box if i needed, browser, youtube, netflix, and some games for ex diablo. All in all i happy with it, but i am looking forward to expand my self into linux and i dont want to run linux on virtual box or flash memory or INSATLL dual OS. so can anyone recommend me a laptop that can serve my needs have on it something like Mint or Kali installed on it to explore and learn more about this new world and continue working on my codes and run something like VScode or anything that is similar on it. I want to have it with me instead of my main laptop because my main laptop is big heavy and not too portable to have it in classes and lectures. someone will ask if i have background in linux - my answer will be I used ubunto and mint for some time and i really loved it and i ACED the linux class. Studied and memorized chapters with passion. Additonally, I ran Tails OS on a flash memory for some time and enjoyed the services built in it. So that's my answer to my linux background ​ if you will recommend something please dont go over the board and recommend something like Carbon X1 like my cousin did already. That is too expensive and i already have an expensive laptop that i can run high end games on it (put it this way). I need something light and does the work im gonna code, watch videos sometimes, browse reddit, try to do some hacky things and learn some stuff. That's pretty much it. I dont want to go over $1000 Canadian dollars, i preffer below 700-800 maybe 600. anyhow, I am open to listen to some advise or opinion if you think you can change my mind towards something. just treat me like your little brother. Sorry for typos and gramatical error, English is my third language and i just made the post quickly this thing been bothering me cuz i cant find a proper laptop for my purpose. submitted by /u/mino9421 [link] [comments]

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