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Does anybody have any advice on which Linux distro's and how I should configure them to prevent my laptop and personal information being violated. Current laptop is a mac and I do know how to do simple operations in the command line but would be new to linux. submitted by /u/gorillaslol [link] [comments]

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Hello. I've been looking for this for some time but so far all the ideal candidates have poor Linux compatibility. My first choice was the Lenovo Ideapad 100s but, apparently, it doesn't play well with 64 bit uefi under Linux. Thanks. :) submitted by /u/adevland [link] [comments]

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Pardon my ignorance, but if a multi-node, multi-core supercomputer is advertised as "XX" TeraFLOPS, is that typically for the entire machine or on a per node or per core basis? All else being equal, would a 2000 core machine have twice the FLOPS as a 1000 core machine? or would they have the same FLOPS, but greater capacity. I guess I could ask my admin, but... http://i2.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/original/000/016/724/prattypratprat.PNG Thanks!! submitted by /u/jimibulgin [link] [comments]

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Ok. So unless specifically changed, every program with a GUI grabs a 'default' system font. In Windows and Mac the default font is okay, but in Linux it is fucking ugly. Where do I change the 'default' font? submitted by /u/dsfsdffsadf [link] [comments]

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The building process of Ubuntu mobile apps is easier than for Android or iOS. And from the moral point of view, Ubuntu is more libre than Android and definitely more libre than iOS ;) I am thinking of creating my next few titles exclusively for Ubuntu (Touch) phones/tablets instead of the other two OSs. What do you think about this philosophy. I want Ubuntu (possibly with Plasma DE ;) ) to success on mobile devices and I think apps are a huge part of this equation. What do you think about this approach? submitted by /u/brunteles_abs [link] [comments]

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... and who knows what else. Maybe defending your language and culture would be considered an act of terrorism in 10 or 20 years. Please use libre software. More about this case: http://blogs.microsoft.com/on-the-issues/2016/05/20/microsofts-approach-terrorist-content-online/#sm.0001vcdpdxpq2fm210j99wn6863ni submitted by /u/brunteles_abs [link] [comments]

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