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Hello everyone, I just recently started a job as a software dev but in my training I am finding that everyone seems to be obsessed with linux. I have only been programming about 6 months and have and no experience with the command line and I also have limited dev experience. If anyone has good resources to: *set up a linux environment on my windows machine *tutorials for expanding my knowledge base for linux *any other nubby-docs you found helpful when you were new any and all advice is welcome and if you have a better plan for an introduction to all this feel free to throw it out! Thank you submitted by /u/SyjacksY [link] [comments]

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The mods might not want us to submit links to omg!ubuntu but I don't see why we can't discuss what they write since a lot of it is useful you can find the post on google/omg with the title above published july 25 1) Bookworm / hadn't heard of this one but it looks good 2) Easy eBook Viewer / a bit basic and (ironicaly) hard to install 3) Buka / >>_<< electron. 4) Calibre / the GOD of ebook apps 5) GNOME Books / this could be really good with some developers behind it Are there any others one that the list is missing that should be on there? I hadn't heard of 3 of these before. submitted by /u/magikarpkult [link] [comments]

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So I upgraded to from Linux 4.11.0 (ck-patchset) to 4.12.7 on two independent machines both manually maintaining the config using make oldconfig yesterday evening and on both machines USB devices including input devices didn't work so I grepped the old and new config on usb for a diff and saw that the entire shebang related to CONFIG_USB_PCI was suddenly disabled. I find it kind of unlikely that I did this super specific thing on both independently some-how when using oldconfig which should only prompt you on new config options anyway. Bug in oldconfig when doing a 4.11->4.12 jump? All seems to be working fine again when you enable it—anyone else had a similar problem when upgrading? submitted by /u/KWIJLOBJECT [link] [comments]

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Hello, So I'm currently running Antergos (based on Arch Linux), but I have issues with it completely freezing when trying to install Unity 3D, and just random when I'm watching stuff on Netflix or Youtube. I asked for help, and tried everything I could think of to fix it without luck. So I figured now my only other option is to test Ubuntu instead. (Because I really, really, really want to leave Windows 10, I just can't stand all the data collection and such anymore) What I loved about Antergos, was that it was installed with very little extra software, almost clean except for desktop environment and some extra things. Does anyone know if there is a Ubunutu distro that comes without all the extra stuff (Games, Email reader, etc.)? Also I read some people had issues with Nvidia 970 GPU on Ubunutu, which is the GPU I have, not sure if that is still a thing? Sorry if this is the wrong place to ask, and please let me know where I can ask if you know. :) Thanks, Tobias submitted by /u/SweBeat [link] [comments]

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