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I'm a fairly new linux user - i started using mint about six months ago having used Windows all my life prior. I chose a distro based on a google search for 'linux distros that kinda feel like windows' and needless to say, loving it. I use Mint as my personal environment as well as the environment for my very first junior ruby dev job which I picked up about two months ago, and I keep a windows partition for gaming. In the time I've had to reflect on how I might continue a relationship with free software down the line, I started thinking about looking for a distro that runs on completely non proprietary software. I have a few ideas, so I'm not here to ask that. But I got thinking about whether that's something that's philosophically in tandem with, say, making websites for a living that maybe ultimately, by their nature, are designed to generate money or aren't strictly non proprietary. Based on the things I've built and worked on so far, I don't think many of them generate money per se. They're apps and websites that help people and I feel good about that (especially since I thought I'd be working in advertising for my first 5-10 years as a dev & figured I'd have to work my way up to the feel-good projects) but i'm wondering where linux users draw the line on that. For the people who share the same philosophy as, say, someone like RMS, do they work as devs for a living or not at all? Where do y'all draw the line? Does it matter? Is it hypocritical to use free software as an environment within which you ultimately build a product that doesn't share the same philosophy? Am I overthinking it? I'm sure this question has been asked many times not just here, but since I'm not only new to Linux but reddit too, I hope you might be able to humor me. submitted by /u/newplasticideas_ [link] [comments]

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So I have been using a Dell XPS 15 9550 with KDE Neon for a while now. My laptop always suffered from poor battery life compared to Windows, but finally I am seeing improvements! Recently, my linux kernel has been updated to version 4.13 and I have noticed a significant improvement in battery life. To make sure that it wasn't just an impression I ran Powertop and Powerstat and I am getting a discharge rate of roughly 4.2 W per hour, whether previously the minimum I could get was 5.7 W per hour (brightness minium, wifi connected, no apps active). submitted by /u/WillIDieTomorrow [link] [comments]

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