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Hello fellow Linux users, I've been using Elementary OS as my primary OS for over 3 years now since 0.1 release and its been fine for me over these years. I also have an Ubuntu desktop which gets weekend use and it's been this way since version 7 of Ubuntu. As a long time Linux user I always had a little laugh to myself when I read stories of new comers saying Linux is hard, nothing works etc but maybe I've just been spoilt by great distros? I heard great things about KDE Neon on podcasts and blog posts so my new works laptop got a fresh install yesterday but I've been left feeling frustrated with my experience. I use it mainly for development and use Netbeans which works flawlessly on my Elementary and Ubuntu systems but simply wont launch on KDE Neon, I have tried many different Java configs and Java versions trying to get it to work all failed to work. No problem I thought maybe its about time I try another IDE anyway, the same happened when trying to use Eclipse.... So I uninstalled Netbeans using the uninstaller and it left icons and shortcuts in the menu, desktop and launcher dock, there seemed to be no obvious way to remove them from the menu either, no click and delete or anything like that (removal from the desktop was fine). I was going to stick with it anyway as I really wanted to give it a real chance so I installed the displaylink drivers for my USB3.0 dock (which works perfect in Ubuntu and Elementary OS), my wired network into the dock connected straight away, USB mouse fine, audio playing out my headphones, brilliant! Then I went into the monitor settings to see why my 2 external monitors plugged into the dock haven't fired up only to find KDE Neon simply didn't know there was any other monitors, it couldn't see them and there was no obvious way to add/search for them. I'm not the only person to have problems with multi-monitor support with KDE Neon. This was the final straw for me so I spun up a fresh install of Elementary instead and it all worked fine. DisplayLink only officially support Ubuntu say maybe this is a little harsh on KDE Neon but it is Ubuntu based just like Elementary and Elementary had no issues with it so maybe too much expectation on my part? This left me thinking, if this is the kind of experience users have with Linux then there is no wonder it gets such a bad reputation and I can now see where all the frustration comes from. Sure I could have sat hours on end configuring and tweaking things, crossing my fingers that one of those things might work but I rely on my laptop as my main source of income for this and simply can not afford to be tweaking things every time I need to use my computer. So if a new user comes along or someone wants a rock solid distro that 'just works' what would you recommend as a good choice? submitted by /u/twiggy99999 [link] [comments]

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Hey Y'all, I've been using Linux for many years but I've never ventured into compiling programs from source. I want to edit the mupdf code to launch a program lilypond-invoke-editor when a hyperlink of the form textedit:// is clicked. I can handle writing code and getting it into the proper syntax. But I don't know how to chew through the mupdf source and find where I need to edit. I would be happy with a sloppy hack, such as replacing the Brower that is launched with the lilypond-invoke-editor program. Any help would be appreciated. Even just where to begin. submitted by /u/elementop [link] [comments]

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