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Hi, I'm thinking of installing Linux on my, well, crappy Windows PC and don't really know what Distro to install. I used both (Ubuntu and Xubuntu) a few years ago, and I loved both. So the main question is: What should I go for? Who is the less demanding? Which one is the most user friendly? Sorry for the bad english D: submitted by the7strangepotatos [link] [8 comments]

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I'm trying to find a stable and competent replacement for Rythembox, which crashes all the time for me. submitted by billwood09 [link] [1 comment]

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Hey everyone, New to the sub, but wanted to grab some hardware-related feedback about this new dev board we’ve just come out with! It’s called the Lamobo D-1, and the idea behind it was to make a board that was as portable and affordable as possible while still packing it full of multi-media features, namely an HD camera and hefty built-in storage capacity. Our favorite part though, is that like the Raspberry Pi, it’s a Linux board, so if you’re not a big Arduino fan or you’re particularly comfortable with Linux, it’s a great board to work with. Unlike the RP, though, it’s affordable and already comes with the cool accessories. Anyway, we’re really eager to know what the Linux and development community think of the D-1, so we’d love any feedback you guys have, thanks! Here’s the site (still in Chinese now, English one will be up soon!) and specs: http://www.lamobo.org/ Product Name Lamobo-D1 Product Size PCB 36x36mm, CPU 400MHz ARM926EJ 32Bits RISC Core RAM 64MB DDR2 Flash 16MB SPI-FLASH Storage Internal Micro SD Card,Supports 8/16/32GB TF Card; Camera HM1375 1.3M 1/4" CMOS Image Sensor SoC 30FPS@720P Video 1280x720p_30fps H.264/MJPEG Hardware Coding。 448MB/Hour Video Recording,16GB TF Card w/ 35.7 Hours Video Capacity Audio MIDI/MP3/WMA/AAC/AAC+/Speech WIFI Internal RTL8188EUS WiFi Module, Supports 802.11bgn, Switchable Master/Slave Modes RTC Internal RTC Circuit,Supports OSD Functionality. PM Internal AXP173 Power Source and Microchip,Supports Smart Lithium Battery Recharging. Mic Fixed Internal Microphone/ Speaker Audio Driver with Transmission Functionality Power Consumption Recording: 5V-200mA; WiFi On: 5V-350mA; Uses 10000mAH Portable Power Source, Capable of Recording 24 Consecutive Hours of HD 720p Video or Audio. GPIO Leads to 8 Multiplexed GPIO Leads, 4GPIO/2PWM/1UART or 5GPIO/3PWM. Internal I2C Control CMOS and Power Source IC; UART Independent UART Debugging Interface; USB Independent USB Programming Interface; DC IN Single +5V Cable Input; Battery 3.7V Lithium Battery Outlet OS Linux3.4.35, Kernel Source Code Level and Above, with Customizable Development submitted by JaunxPatrol [link] [comment]

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My dad now wants linux after his xp computer failed (coincidentally after the halted support.) We tried ubuntu, but seemed to be lagging just a little bit (not everything, but the app he used the most [photo manager app]). I'm thinking I'm going to reinstall and try Korora, but I'm not sure which one Cinnamon or Kfce? I really like the interface of Korora. Thoughts? submitted by muzma [link] [comment]

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