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1) ??? 2) ??? 3) copy & paste some things you don’t understand 4) ??? 5) done submitted by ddretrobot [link] [comment]

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Hello /r/Linux ! I recently got a job at a nice startup, and I have to get myself a new laptop. Everyone in the company uses a Mac, but I don't want to. I am a faithful linux user and, since my job is web development, I can work with it without any problem at all. Now, as I said, I have to get a new laptop, as my old faithful is really noisy (we're talking about vacuum cleaner level), as I have never managed to get a decent configuration / interaction with my ATI 5650, but it is also a noisy computer in general. My idea, in a nutshell, was to take something thin / quiet as a MacBook Air 13", but not a MacBook. In the last few weeks I was really paying attention to the Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition with an out-of-the-box Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and more or less the same specs that I am looking for (at a decent price), but I've been really disappointed by the coil whine issue (of which Dell is aware of, but apparently it takes time / resources, even non-technical, to get it addressed). This is of course really disappointing, because more or less the problem is found in every laptop, and knowing beforehand that something you're about to buy is flawed.. Hence my question, /r/Linux. What other similar laptops do you know that run decently well with Linux and have an affordable price? we're talking around 1000-1200 $ (truth to be told I have to look the final price in Euros, as I live in Europe). I've been paying attention also to Ubuntu certified hardware because these laptop needs to have Linux running flawlessly (after 2 years of banging my head to compatibility issues, I'm done). Any tips, suggestions? submitted by Heliosmaster [link] [comment]

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Hi everyone, I'm getting a smartphone soon, and I really like the Nokia Lumia models. The downside is that it has a Windows Phone OS and I use Linux as my only OS. Does anyone has any experience on working with these 2 together? Would I face any incompatibilities or need for long workarounds to get stuff done? Thanks! submitted by nunodonato [link] [1 comment]

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I've got a couple old ass PC's at home collecting dust, was thinking about putting Linux on them. Is there anything fun to do with old computers like this? Also, I have one of these as well, almost brand new, barely used: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883241008 I was thinking of setting it up as a server. Would this thing work? submitted by eskal [link] [2 comments]

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Hi everyone, I had an Ubuntu 14.04 partition with a dual boot with Windows 8.1, but realized it just isn't for me right now. I went into Windows 8 and deleted the Ubuntu partitions. I was prepared for a "grub rescue" on boot, which I fixed once before using a Windows recovery disk and fixmbr. But this time, rather than a grub rescue, I'm getting a grub command line when I boot. It allows me to enter commands and says something along the lines of "GNU GRUB BETA 2.0" at the top. If i enter "exit", it takes me to my bios, where I can select Windows and boot successfully. However, doing this every time is a pain, especially when I know that there is something wrong with the bootloader. Why did this happen, and how can I fix it? I already tried using fixmbr, fixboot, and rebuildbcd from a Windows recovery disk. I tried the lilo generic bootloader using an Ubuntu live usb. I've exhausted the Internet for solutions, but nothing is working. Has anyone got any suggestion? I would be eternally grateful. submitted by Periwinkle_Potato [link] [comment]

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