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I'm looking for a laptop on which I can experiment with Linux, programming etc. and which can serve as my portable computer. I have a desktop PC for gaming and general home use and I have a desktop at my office for work use. Since the market is huge, it'd be awesome to get some recommendations. From my research so far I figure I need an i5 or i7 core, at least 8GB RAM, some non-integrated graphics card so that I can play a few indie games on Steam, and ideally a 15.6" screen. Ideally all this could fit under £600 budget. I'm looking for something, portable and sturdy, not cutting edge. I've found that Toshiba Satellite, Dell Inspiron, and Acer Aspire have popped up in my searches. Any of these particularly recommended? Also, Lenovo Thinkpad seems to be a common choice for Linux, but I think it's too expensive for what I need. Also, if anybody could warn me about any possible issues with Linux with that's laptops, that would be great. submitted by Wojtek242 [link] [comment]

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I have a system that's currently running some ext4 raid 1 mdadm volumes that I'm thinking of converting to btrfs to take advantage of the benefits of the newer FS. According to the BTRFS wiki the file system's "not unstable" and I've been hearing reports of raid 1 BTRFS being stable enough for production use. Has anyone heard differently?. I've also heard that RHEL/CentOS kernels can be considered "up-to-date" as far as improvements to the kernel are concerned since all later kernel changes are backported to the earlier kernel revision to maintain compatibility. Is that true? I'll be converting the file system from its current raid 1 mdadm running ext4 to the BTRFS equivalent on CentOS 7. If I do end up going through with it, what would be the best method to switch things over? I've seen several guides that have steps for converting a regular ext4 filesystem over to BTRFS but I haven't been able to find anything regarding converting ex4 mdadm... submitted by lifesvoyager [link] [2 comments]

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