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I've been burned by this many times, as someone who occasionally dabbles in Linux. I can't see how the benefits of having both /home/doomed/desktop and /home/doomed/Desktop outweigh the pain -- having to manually verify the capitalization of all my folders. The distros I use (ex. Lubuntu) helpfully capitalize the folders they ship with (Desktop, Documents, etc.). I did some reading, and one of the basic arguments was that it's easier to make programs that are case-sensitive, because of how character maps are. With that logic, why not just type all our text in binary or assembly, to please the computers that apparently must rule our life? Oh, the pages on Google where people gleefully report that they name their files and folders in all lowercase now, because they use Linux and it keeps things simpler. What is the usability benefit of case-sensitive file and folder names? That is, the ability to name a file file.txt and File.txt and do the same for directories? Wouldn't that be frowned upon in any professional environment? "Sorry I lost the orbiter, boss, but on the plus side, we found out a capitalization error in the propulsion script." Humans use computers. Maybe make computers easier to use for humans and some intelligent dogs? submitted by /u/Doomed [link] [comments]

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How hard will it be to make a distro (if you can call it that) where the only things are: (1) Linux Kernel (compile it myself) (2) Hard Disk (MBR/GPT, Boot, Swap, Regular partition) (3) Bash Shell (4) Devices: Eth0, TTY0 I need it to be loadable on a Virtual Machine (Microsoft HyperV or Xen) so I can throw it up AWS or Azure. Has anybody tried this? submitted by /u/halivingston3 [link] [comments]

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I love little linux tech like the pocket chip and the raspberry pi. Does anyone know where I can find more tech like that? submitted by /u/LinuxCam [link] [comments]

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