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I have a samsung Ativ Book 8 which comes with an AMD card. After trying out Linux for the first time using a VM, I really liked it and want to get rid of windows and use Ubuntu. I did some research but everything seems a bit outdated (1 year+). What is the current state of switchable graphics? knowing this is a must for me as I want my laptop to be able to use the dedicated GPU when necessary, but also not use it when I am in web browsing/coding, or doing other light work. submitted by nutella_addict [link] [1 comment]

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I'm looking for a distro that I can use for both a web dev. workstation and for web servers. Previously I had been using Red Hat and Fedora, but after reading up more about Systemd, I want to avoid it if at all possible.(to clarify, I used it on the desktop, not on servers) I've used Gentoo on and off on the desktop and like it, but I've never attempted to rely on it for real work. Slackware I don't have much experience with. Which one(or something that I'm not thinking of) would be best for something stable and reliable to develop on and host sites while still avoiding systemd. Does it matter? I don't mind a bit of extra work, but I also don't want to be spending more time tinkering with the OS than actually working. Thanks. submitted by ZombieWithLasers [link] [1 comment]

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Here's mine ( I am obviously trying to avoid google services): Accessories Calculator = http://www.calculateforfree.com/sight.html Search Engine = www.duckduckgo.com Text Pad = http://www.editpad.org/ Communication SMS Messenging = http://web.telegram.org/#/ VOIP = http://web.linphone.org/ IRC= http://www.lightirc.com/ Office Writer = https://titanpad.com/ Scientific Writer = https://www.authorea.com/ Spreadsheet = https://ethercalc.org/ Presentation = http://strut.io/editor/ Whiteboard= http://padlet.com/ Charts = https://www.draw.io/ HTML = http://bestonlinehtmleditor.com/ Note Taking = https://laverna.cc/index.html#notes Dictionary = http://dictionary.reference.com/ Thesaurus = http://www.thesaurus.com/ Translate = http://translate.reference.com/ Wikipedia = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page Enclycopedia = http://www.britannica.com/ Images Image Editor = Pixlr Photo Editor = http://fotoflexer.com/app/index.php?integration=upload Image Viewer = http://www.dropviewer.com/ Social Reddit = http://www.reddit.com/ or http://www.reddit.com/.compact Facebook = https://www.facebook.com Twitter = https://twitter.com/ Sound Sound = http://www.jamhive.com/ Music = http://www.get-jukebox.com/index.aspx Pandora = http://www.pandora.com/ Spotifiy = https://www.spotify.com/us/signup/?forward_url=%2Fus%2Fredirect%2Fwebplayer%2F Video Video = https://www.youtube.com/ Video Editor = http://www.cellsea.com/media/vindex.htm ETC RSS = http://theoldreader.com/ Podcatcher = https://player.fm/ Bookmarking = https://www.wallabag.org/ Leave you list in the comments section below! submitted by BobsYourUnc [link] [comment]

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I am in a situation where I have time on my hands for the next two months. I had planned on learning about the kernel over October through to December as there were posts from people initially that they had completed the challenge in three months. Given that the response times at present are between 2 weeks to 1 month, I don't see how this is at all possible to do with Little. Hence, my request to anyone who has completed the challenge, would you be willing to act as a proxy for Little and guide one through the challenge (sending the questions, evaluating the response)? The maximum frequency would be 2-3 times a week. I understand the challenge is about learning, and that is what I want to do, and I had planned time for it in my schedule which I would really like to utilise, and if possible, provide that time to the open source community. I will be very thankful for any help in this direction. submitted by ashrj [link] [comment]

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I'm being told I don't have the system requirements again. Just a few days ago it was working without a hitch. Why is this happening, god?!? EDIT: Actually its fine, just it only works in chrome. Any way to get this going in firefox with the same ease of use as chrome? submitted by fruitbooploops [link] [3 comments]

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Hello, I'm tired of arch's rolling release (everything is always breaking when it comes to my hardware and I don't have time to fix it) I love the way arch is otherwise designed. I want an arch like operating system with a stable release cycle, an AUR like system, a keep it simple nature, so on and so forth. Any ideas? submitted by butlerccreltub [link] [3 comments]

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