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Hello, I am wanting to move all of my development over to linux and only use Windows for gaming etc. The thing that is really holding me back is that I am yet to find a native linux application that is as good as Notepad++. I am not wanting to run it under wine but there must be an application that is as good which runs natively. EDIT: I mainly use notepad++ for web based development (PHP, Perl, etc.) submitted by datfrojo [link] [9 comments]

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I'm tired of reinstalling and i severly disklike using ubuntu now. currently on mint but have the same issue. I would like a distro that will stay continuously up to date. can anyone recommend a good one? something with good hardware support and doesnt break things often. edit: I mean a rolling release distro. thanks for clarification. submitted by TheSov [link] [2 comments]

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I love linux and gaming, this is problematic so for my new build I will fix that problem by running them both at the same time. The i7 and ASRock Z87 Extreme6/ac are VT-D compatible meaning I can directly tell the VM that it is connected to say an HD 7850 and the VM will use normal drivers right? By this it should have like 99% native speed and won't be slowed down by crappy vendor linux drivers, right? I went to /r/buildapc but was recommended the i5 k variant which doesn't have VT-D and I kind of got mad. I went with an i7 rather than a Xeon E3 as I can overclock it and it has better performance in games with the added bonus of having an iGPU. I'm sort of crazy. Here's the build: PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks Type Item Price CPU Intel Core i7-4770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor £215.99 @ Aria PC Motherboard ASRock Z87 Extreme6/ac ATX LGA1150 Motherboard £167.87 @ Amazon UK Case Cooler Master Storm Stryker (White) ATX Full Tower Case Purchased For £0.00 Other Noctua NH-D15 £60.00 Other Nvidia GT-640 Purchased Other AMD Radeon HD 7850 Purchased Other Seagate Barracuda 500GB Purchased Other Misc. RAM 1x8GiB + 1x4GiB Purchased Other Linux distro Purchased Other OCZ ZT750 750W PSU Purchased Total Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available. £443.86 Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-04-17 15:41 BST+0100 Should I run W7/W8.1? I already have a bunch of graphics cards (1x Random friend's old quadro, 1x Nvidia GT-640 and a HD 7850). I will probably but tonnes of random stuff in this computer as it has a bunch of expansion slots and I have a 750W PSU plus hyper threading and extra OC speed. Even if I didn't use it for Linux one day it will still be super fast and useful. tl;dr Build where I run Linux and game in a Windows VM with direct pass through Edit: Going to game on the HD 7850 which will later be upgraded and I'm going to run the computer off integrated graphics or the GT 640. Edit2: I didn't really get mad, just gave him a bunch of Intel Ark links and said that the i7 is useful for virtualization because of hyper threading plus I like the floating point benefit. submitted by totallynotahologram [link] [comment]

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I started off studying for my red hat admin cert and even though I've been using linux for many years as an end user I found that trying to decipher Michael Jang and learn the administrative side of it all at once was just a little much. I'm thinking I should be following the leveling of other certs in as much as start out with a good basis like linux+ or lpic-1 and 2 and then move into the more specialized information contained in Redhat. Having been a windows admin for the last 6 years this also means reteaching myself almost everything administratively so I'm looking for peoples suggestions on all manners of linux admin training. submitted by jonnyH19031 [link] [comment]

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