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Hey all, I'll be moving from community college to Uni in the Spring, and I'm looking into getting a laptop strictly for coding. I installed Ubuntu on a spare HDD a while back and LOVED the OS experience, but it just wasn't practical to have on my gaming rig. Other than that, I don't really have any experience. So, my questions are the basic ones. Which distro? Should I find a windows laptop and wipe it, or should I be looking for something made with Linux in mind? What price am I looking at for something with a good battery and enough processing power to get me through my B.S. and possibly through an M.S. (I can't imagine I'll be asked to run anything insane)? Any brands that I can look into? Thanks! submitted by Archduk3Ch0cula [link] [3 comments]

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I need to install Linux on my chromebook for school and am not so savvy to all the terminology and processes! Was wondering if someone could pleeeeeease help me figure out how to do so with maybe some step by step or eli5 instructions on how to do so. submitted by libradical [link] [comment]

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I've checked usual suspects (persistent-net-rules in udev), grepped in /etc if MAC or sth was not hardcoded etc. and there is nothing about eth0 or eth1, only adding net.ifnames=0 in grub helped.. Did anyone had something similar sysd 224 on debian testing submitted by XANi_ [link] [2 comments]

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