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So I installed Antergos couldn't get into the login using DVI so changed to HDMI got in and tested resolutions changed to 1600x900 and it's Invalid format the moment after I put my password in Any tips submitted by /u/seguhi87 [link] [comments]

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Is there any real reason to try to merge gnu/Linux and Android, or in an ideal world would a pure gnu/Linux mobile distro be win out every time submitted by /u/TemporaryUser10 [link] [comments]

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1) Is Powershell as good as Linux Scripting (Bash, Python etc) ? 2) How powerful is Powershell core on Linux now ? can you fully integrate linux with AD, Exchange, Sharepoint with it ? 3) Which task(s) you guys are automating the most user creation ? system setting ? and what you guys use the most for scripting bash, python, powershell ? 4) What your hardest/longest script did ? submitted by /u/kevinmarenger [link] [comments]

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Currently windows 10 pc, top of the line components I put together in January '18. I downloaded the mint iso (cinnamon) and burned it to a 16gb USB. I rebooted my PC and selected mint as my boot option. Some code appears on the screen, then disappears, and then the screen stays blank. Nothing else happens no matter how long I wait. The desired end state is not to install mint on my SSD but to run it soley off the usb. I restarted the process, reformatted the usb, reburned the iso using a different program, but the same thing happens. It's hard to find answers on Google because I don't understand the problem in the first place. All the answers I've found relate to the usb not appearing as a boot option but that isn't my problem. Halp pls :( submitted by /u/yolo_lolo [link] [comments]

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