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I don't know how, but whenever I go and join some cool awesome thing, it seems that as soon as it happens, its always in the middle of some crisis that will ruin it. A perfect example is systemd. I swear, systemd will destroy Linux, and as soon as I joined the community, it started to become a problem. I ruin all cool things. submitted by /u/StevenC21 [link] [comments]

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So I have some minor experience with Linux. Doing a few raspberry pi projects, working with some vyatta switches at work and a few other things. Probably enough knowledge to be dangerous at best. Looking at a good way to learn, I looking at certs and Linux+ always comes up as a good introductory. Would someone with experience in it recommend that as a good way to further my knowledge some/stepping stone to more? submitted by /u/cylemmulo [link] [comments]

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Hello, I’m not a complete noob in linux and have used it on and off on desktops for a few years now. I have inherited a Dell Poweredge R200 server, with 2Gb RAM which I can upgrade to 4 and would like to put Linux on it to run Zabbix or potentially be a file server. Does anyone have any idea of what Linux distribution and version that would work well there? submitted by /u/h2man [link] [comments]

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