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I have a really old Intel centrino dual core laptop that originally shipped with Vista. I now run Linux mint mate with compiz. There has been some lag with the computer so I upgraded from kernel 3.16 to 3.17 and have noticed an increase in the computer's performance. For curiosity is there any big differences in These versions? submitted by afallucco [link] [2 comments]

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So I'm watching this on youtube about btrfs and it sounds much better than Ext4, but what is it exactly doing better than Ext4? Is btrfs worth learning or is it still too new? Been experimenting with linux for a bit now with Mint 17 and Arch on a single SSD (850 Pro - 256GB) connected via usb. If I were to experiment with btrfs, would I do a normal Ext4 install, then convert to btrfs (mkfs.btrfs blah blah blah)? I have a gparted disc somewhere but I think miniTool partition wizard works for most of my needs but btrfs isn't listed. Suggestions? Thoughts? submitted by Solonish [link] [2 comments]

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By following a combination of Guide 1 and Guide 2 I was able to get CS5 to work very well with Debian, Ubuntu, and Elementary Luna. The most important parts it seems are the Microsoft fonts and the correct winetricks. I am by no means an expert with Linux, and just figured I would share that it DOES work with a bit of elbow grease! UGLY UI - but functional submitted by not26 [link] [comment]

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I may be getting a VME-based trainer soon, and this appealed to me. The master is a Dynatem DPC1, which is a supported board. I would like to build an automated brewery out of it. It has slave boards to do A/D conversion, and a digital output board that could easily be re-purposed to drive relays or solid state switches. But, more relevant, any experience with using Linux on VME would be nice. The documentation for the site only deals with getting it up and running, it seems. submitted by Stephonovich [link] [comment]

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Hi, I have RSI and I am trying to minimize the amount of pressure on my fingers. I believe that modifiers contribute to it significantly and would prefer to use the modifiers in sequence instead of holding them and then pressing the right key. In other words, I'd like to press shift quickly, and then a letter to get the uppercase. Do you have any hints about how to achieve that? Thanks submitted by redditmat [link] [1 comment]

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