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What options are out there for screensharing on Linux? I'm looking for something like join.me. I'm not looking for a remote desktop type like Vnc. Any ideas? submitted by RagingAnemone [link] [comment]

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I want to install Linux on my 2012 MBA. Word around the campfire a few years ago was that power management was atrocious, specifically on Apple devices. I came across this helpful article with some suggested tweaks, so it appears that at least some others have had positive experiences. I'm asking here to get a second opinion, so to speak. https://zignar.net/2012/12/20/linux-on-a-macbook-air/ If any of you have had an experience (positive or negative), I'd love to hear it. FWIW, I plan to run either Arch or Mint. submitted by bankseid [link] [comment]

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I am inches away from taking the plunge into Linux, and to be honest, I'm a bit nervous about it. All day I've been looking up "will X work on linux?" Were there any surprises you have encountered when first making the switch to Linux that you weren't anticipating? submitted by MentallyUnchallenged [link] [comment]

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Hello! I've been running Debian Wheezy (and more recently upgraded to Jessie) for a few months now and I've been very pleased with the whole OS. I've grown very accustomed to XFCE and debian's package manager, apt-get, and some basic but useful terminal commands. Despite this, I feel that I'm only scratching the surface of everything I can learn with linux. Where should I go from here? I've been thinking that learning bin would be a nice place to go next but I don't know. Thanks in advance. submitted by peng81828 [link] [3 comments]

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I'm extremely happy with my current job, I get to do all sorts of Linuxy/Unixy things, write my own scripts to automate things, ect.. ect.. but, it took a long-ass time to get even a bite when it came to applying for jobs, and it's a super fast-paced environment. Two guys got fired last month (it's a big company so this isn't devastating news but still). I want to be prepared for anything and can't let myself fall into that job limbo for nearly as long this time. What can I do? I heard certificates were a somewhat good idea, but what else can I do? I can code but I'm not a hardcore software dev or anything, would my github be too laughable to show serious employers? Are there any open-sourced projects I can become a part of with fairly basic skills? Thanks so much in advance for the advice! submitted by driedupsharpie [link] [2 comments]

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I went to alacarte and deleted everything, I used the "restore system configuration" but it only restored part of the start menu, how do I restore alacarte from zero with all its useful links? Help please! P.S: Also wiped out the menu selection theme (Zorin OS Blue), where do I download it again? P.S2: This all happened because I couldn't edit the right side of the start menu (the one with the links "home folder", "documents", "pictures" etc.), anyone know where can I edit it? Thanks! :D submitted by Miguelinileugim [link] [1 comment]

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In a recent announcement there is something interesting to see: https://mojang.com/2015/07/announcing-minecraft-windows-10-edition-beta/ Minecraft is available on Windows, Mac, Windows Phone, iOS, Android, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4 and PS Vita, and now, Windows 10. Maybe I'm just paranoid, but why is Linux not mentioned? One of the first actions after buying Mojang is to release a Minecraft version which only runs on Windows 10. Will the different versions be able to play together? Will the java-version (i.e. the only version working on linux) get all the updates from the other versions (i.e. Windows 10)? submitted by NeroBurner [link] [1 comment]

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I'm not sure what I did. The files are not in the trash. Working with Caja I created a folder. I copied files into the folder. I ctrl+a selected them all. Then finger slip. The files are all gone. Now the edit > undo history says 'edit undo copy 41 items'. Undoing and redoing doesn't restore anything or say anything was deleted. Searching for the files doesn't turn anything. What happened? How do I get them back? Not life or death, but it is inconvenient, and I am curious. Thanks in advance. submitted by subsidiarity [link] [comment]

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