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My hard drive crashed. I took my computer to a repair place. They replaced the hard drive and install my Linux 15 Mint,Olivia,Cinnamin. My old password doesn't work and I need to replace it and get administrative rights. I am a total newbie. I would like to download Google chrome but I need rights. I would like to connect all my accessories too. What can I do? submitted by mistertopcon [link] [1 comment]

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The school server that we all use for are CSE classes seems to run Cent OS, and they just had a Linux install day last week. I have used various Linux distros for years and I kind of felt alone. I was the only person I knew in real life who avidly (knowingly discounting android and other) used Linux. It is like a breath of fresh air to be in such a large community of people who all use Linux. It is also always fun to show lifelong Windows and Apple users how fun it is to tinker around with your OS along with other cool Linux stuff. I'm not sure if this is a UCSD thing or not since I haven;t really been on any other campuses. submitted by ShirKing [link] [2 comments]

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I find it very funny people think Red Hat wants everybody on systemd. Because the cooperation and cloud world is moving to containers fast, even Microsoft is jumping on that bandwagon with Docker support, and Red Hat is making money there. Systemd and the services it is creating like networkd is gearing especially for this market. Systemd is completely geared to spawn a lot of containers, it is almost all they talk about, spawning, stateless, fast dhcp, fast ntp, etc. So I do think Red Hat wouldn't mind if the resistance in Debian is so great it will stay with initd. Hell, I even think they hope Ubuntu will follow ;). I realy think they enjoy the backlash. I would :) submitted by markus40 [link] [comment]

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I am all for linux, seriously, after suffering from lags, trojans, viruses that gave me agony in my experience with a pc. But as i heard, is gaming still a drawback for linux? submitted by oxidra [link] [2 comments]

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