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Hello ! I switched to xUbuntu from windows during mid 2013.It's been a great experience using it all these years & I was never disappointed with it & the community were very friendly & helpful. Learnt a handful of commands for managing routine tasks too 😁 Now, I want to move to Debian as my primary OS & remove Ubuntu completely. I had never used Debian before. Since, Ubuntu is based on Debian, I think my experience would be mostly similar... I need your valuable suggestions Thank you ☺ submitted by /u/kskarthik [link] [comments]

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Currently running Ubuntu 16.04 with the Gnome interface and thinking of updating to 17.04 since it released today. When the update is done will i continue with Gnome or get to try Unity one last time, since Ubuntu 17 is the last time using it ? Honestly i hope i get Unity back, since its lighter and my laptop which isn't the best. submitted by /u/NeedCoffeeRealBad [link] [comments]

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I'm using a HD6870 and one of the big reasons why I'm not jumping over to Linux full-time is because of the reason that openGL just does not want to work. Many times have I tried to play games and have been met with "openGL 4.1+ needed". I also hate using the mesa to openGL command to get it working as I want it to just work. Is there anyway I can do this? submitted by /u/subpanda101 [link] [comments]

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