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Are there any computers with Linux pre- installed? Most of time you have to wipe windoews and replace it with Linux (I'm pretty sure) submitted by /u/Sidappa [link] [comments]

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Why was the CoC a bad thing? I mean lets be honest here, I would rather have a group of individuals talking about BSD than random things in the forum. From what i say in there, it looked like it was saying basically stay on topic and dont be a creep. So i would like to hear some of your thoughts on this. submitted by /u/Linux_Jesus [link] [comments]

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https://www.reddit.com/r/leagueoflegends/comments/8rij1k/psa_riots_new_anticheat_will_wipe_out_the_entire/ Here is the thread. The post removal is pretty transparently not about vote manipulation, but rather intended to reduce the visibility of the issue created for the player base. submitted by /u/w-j-w [link] [comments]

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I was told by my cousin that I should go into Linux admin work. He told me to get a Red Hat System Administrator certification because I have the qualifications to work in IT with my background projects I've been doing over the years. Here is how I started and where I am now. I first started with networking port forwarding routers to allow my Xbox to connect to the Xbox Live service. I used an old laptop and installed Ubuntu Desktop to run Minecraft. I learned to further port forward and prioritize traffic to my laptop. I eventually moved on from that and bought a used Dell server from someone in the States, (I live in Canada). I stated to run Ubuntu server. I did small projects like installing a LAMP stack and running my own website. I moved on from the site to hosting my own Plex server with automated torrenting of movies and TV shows upon request. It uses several applications that are connected together to achieve this. I have also mounted a drive dedicated specifically for all the movies and TV shows just in case my OS drive dies. I have also hosted multiple websites from the same server and have used subdomains to organize my multiple webfronts for each application for the Plex media server. I have dabbled in Ubuntu server for several years and wanted to get a certification to prove my knowledge and also learn some new things. I also hope to learn my own shortcomings and fix any bad habits that I have learned over the years. For example, I know I need to actually learn more about permissions. I wanted to know if the path I am going to be taking is the right one for getting a foothold in the industry. As mentioned above I live in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) and wanted to get a job somewhere close by after I get my RHCSA. I have learned that I really love learning and working with Linux. Thanks for any help. I appreciate it. Please let me know if this is the right subreddit. I checked and there seemed to be a few questions about certifications. I just wanted to get my personal experience and circumstances out. submitted by /u/Lindorak [link] [comments]

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I read somewhere that absolute beginners started contributing and they accept valid ones there. Is it Possible? I am an absolute beginner and I really love to contribute. But I don't know to where to begin. I am sure many of us will be in same boat. It would really helpful if someone help me out. *P.S -There is typo in the title. Sorry for that. submitted by /u/franklinrockz [link] [comments]

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Hello there, is there any other player that do have that cloud integration that clementine does have? i have songs on google drive and the only players i found suitable are clementine (Wich is kinda dead) and aimp (windows only) Does amarok have google drive plugins? im really needing something to replace clementine and the google drive play is a must since all my flac songs are there and i will not host it anywhere else! submitted by /u/jasonhelene [link] [comments]

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I just updated my distro to a new version which also updated the kernel for the os. This is a Debian-based os. When i rebooted i saw my wifi wasn't working correctly. I ran `dkms status` and the output was bbswitch, 0.8, 4.14.0-deepin2-amd64, x86_64: installed bbswitch, 0.8, 4.15.0-21deepin-generic, x86_64: installed bbswitch, 0.8, 4.9.0-deepin13-amd64, x86_64: installed bcmwl, 6.30.223.271+bdcom, 4.14.0-deepin2-amd64, x86_64: installed bcmwl, 6.30.223.271+bdcom, 4.15.0-21deepin-generic, x86_64: installed deepin-anything, 0.0, 4.14.0-deepin2-amd64, x86_64: installed deepin-anything, 0.0, 4.15.0-21deepin-generic, x86_64: installed nvidia-current, 387.34, 4.14.0-deepin2-amd64, x86_64: installed nvidia-current, 387.34, 4.15.0-21deepin-generic, x86_64: installed rtl8812au, 4.2.2, 4.14.0-deepin2-amd64, x86_64: installed As you cam see all of the drivers copied over to 4.15.0 but my wifi driver, rtl8812au, didn't. How can i get it over to my 4.15.0 kernel? submitted by /u/nlogozzo [link] [comments]

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I had an idea and I want your feedback. TL;DR: replacing the ring buffer scrolling for a comprehensive kernel subsystem view when booting. Kernel and systemd. I think this will involve changing: grub, kernel and systemd. I want to boot my system and see that base hardware is detected, scheduler, memory management were initialized, followed by network and io stack. All this will persist on the screen and will grow from bottom right to top left. I want to see interfaces changing from gray to white once they are online. I want to see the number of devices connected to the system. I want this to feel like a spacecraft initialising. I want it to be written on /var/log/spacecraft.boot before tty is called. I want to have text over a background of my choice Making of a prototype I will start with dmesg output and will pipe it through a python script for starters: dmesg | spacecraft dmesg | slow | spacecraft It should start with grub. Instead of the classic grub menu, the spacecraft menu will be shown. Once the kernel takes place, it will try to maintain the same output as grub, so the positions should be the same (to look like one whole thing together). The grub menu will show: scheduler, virtual memory, block devices, ethernet, systemd(units, targets, timers, services, dependencies). The chosen kernel should persist in the screen, probably in the bottom right. A visual aid should be present, showing up/down arrow to choose the kernel. Text should alternate between kernel version and visual aid. Make the screen design the screen grows from right bottom to top left the sequence of events will unfold and show just the important data the scrolling is a simple solution - this hack is not necessary but in the other hand brings more clarity to the whole, exposing the internals to the user's benefit submitted by /u/guxtavo [link] [comments]

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