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Hello, all. I am trying to figure out what is right for my kids: mint or buntu? I need to know asap! THnakS! submitted by bloouup [link] [4 comments]

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How do I estimate the right amount / size of hardware that's needed on X86 Linux coming from SPARC64 VI or VII processors? I know that it's not 1 for 1 in terms of cpu, cores, or Ghz clock speed. submitted by shemp33 [link] [2 comments]

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I like Quassel, but I've had issues in the past. Anyone able to recommend an alternative that allows me to have a persistent IRC presence a la Quassel Core/Client? Thanks! submitted by bigl0af [link] [5 comments]

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After much confusion, a linux novice decides to seek help. After a day of strenuous climbing, he reaches the summit of a tall mountain where a wise Linux guru lives. "Oh linux guru", the novice says, "I have a question about the established practice for naming conventions for configuration directories." "I can answer this question, my child," the linux guru intones. "Is it the established practice all configuration directories named using the daemon name followed by period d, as in /etc/daemon.d?" "No," says the guru, furrowing his brow thoughtfully. "That does not sound right." "Well then, is it the established practice that all configuration directories be named using the daemon name followed by a slash followed by conf.d, as in /etc/daemon/conf.d?" "No…" muses the guru, "that does not seem right either." "I fear I will never understand the established practice for configuration directory naming," laments the novice, "for to me it seems that half of the directories are named /etc/daemon.d and half are named /etc/daemon/conf.d/!" "Aha! Yes," exclaims the guru, "that is the established practice!" submitted by youlleatitandlikeit [link] [1 comment]

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