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I've been using Linux for quite some time, likely not as long as some of you geezers, but since I was a teenager. I've come from old desktops to SoC boards, to chroot-ing out of locked systems, and I've had a great experience every single day along the way. My knowledge of computing has grown tenfold since the night I painfully installed Ubuntu on an old laptop with a 15KB/s connection. The use of Linux has made my mind more intrigued by what all goes on under the hood, and has driven me to learn a few programming languages, get into reverse-engineering, and fall into several hours of reading on computational theory. I encourage anyone I know that is into technology to give it a try, and I know it isn't for everyone. What makes the system so great is that everyone is a huge hateful family of angst and arrogance that is still somehow always there to help others because they know what it is like to be lost. Without all of you, the development teams, and everyone that pushes the system out, the world would be an extremely different place. And dare I say, we would have to use Windows.. Anyway, I know this is just a huge ramble, but I just wanted to thank you all for several great years. submitted by /u/pyonpi [link] [comments]

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So the story: I was using an HP laptop with a weak AMD processor using Ubuntu MATE 16.04 LTS. It worked perfectly. I had no freezes or any glitches to speak of. My fiance has another HP laptop with an Intel Pentium processor, and after the latest update for Ubuntu MATE, it system freezes. It could be after a couple minutes, sometimes after a couple hours. So I figured I should just reinstall Ubuntu MATE on her computer. No dice. Same problem. Then I tried Linux Mint MATE. Again, same issue. From what I gather, these system freezes could be attributed to a bug in the 4.4 version of the kernel that affects the microcode of the Intel processor, specifically Pentium, I believe. If this is true, why the hell hasn't it been fixed yet? Or is there another reason why my system would freeze using two different operating systems? The graphics are integrated Intel HD graphics and the CPU is 2.16 Ghz with 4 GB of RAM. So it's not about the CPU being overworked or the RAM being overused. If this problem persists, I may end up just not using Linux altogether because this is, quite frankly, utterly ridiculous. submitted by /u/WizardsAffliction [link] [comments]

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