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Okay so lets start off saying that this would be my first time ever using linux. I learned how to program haskell so i understand tiling but I dont understand what it can do. I want to code javascript. Can I still download text editors. Does it already have a text editor? What about a simple web browser? Do I have access to that too? tl;dr: What can I and can't I do on xmoand + arch linux. Thanks. submitted by foolinghoudini [link] [5 comments]

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Some how my CentOS 7 won't boot, and it doesn't produce any errors, journalctl -xb doesn't provide any clues either. Any ideas? I attempt to boot by removing "quiet" so I can try to follow but it blinks by too fast and when in switch root there are no errors. If I reboot and hustler it run it throws up the CentOS splash screen and then goes black with just a small blinking cursor that is unresponsive. submitted by Tau_Silver [link] [comment]

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According to their infographic, Linux is used by 44% of C/C++ devs, while Windows is used by 39%... Wow! https://plus.google.com/+jetbrains/posts/QQZfRFsYRdE submitted by tesfabpel [link] [3 comments]

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Hello, i got a really old netbook (~8 year old craptop) and it is running Windows XP (ha ha...) and i was wondering if i should install Linux, since i cannot game anything on my laptop anyways...My craptop/pooptop/netbook/laptop is HP Presario C500... submitted by WazapLT [link] [4 comments]

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