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    VMWare VSphere vs. Esxi

    VMware vSphere is suite of products. ESXi is part of vSphere, being the hypervisor itself that you install onto bare metal hardware. When you deploy vSphere, you typically install ESXi on to the bare metal servers and then you have to deploy vCenter server in order to centrally manage your...
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    Linux Gaming/Program Guide's.

    maybe streaming is the answer for Linux :)
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    Linux Gaming/Program Guide's.

    You can argue that an Xbox is a small PC, it does run Windows, but a custom version of Windows if I am not mistaking. I also don’t think that Console is a dying breed, if anything I think it is evolving to be more more like a PC but with certain functionality that makes it ideal to be connected...
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    Linux Gaming/Program Guide's.

    Right, but how many games are actually better run on Linux than in Windows? I am sure there are some, but that is the minority. I agree with you that Linux for folks like us is way more fun to play with, I also dont mind doing the additional steps to get my games to work, even if I have to...
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    Linux Gaming/Program Guide's.

    I understand what you're saying, but my whole point, is that in Windows, you dont need guides... You just download, install and double click to launch. There's no need for any guides, not even simple guides, there's no need to know what packages to install other than Steam, EA Client, or Epic...
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    Linux admin to Devops engineer

    The first thing to understand, is that DevOps in nature is more of a culture/framework that became very popular with the growth of public clouds. DevOps has been around for many years, but only recently, we started to see more and more folks getting into this area of IT. For the most part, you...
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    Post a screenshot of your Desktop

    I did some minor wallpaper change, I think this looks better :)
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    Linux Gaming/Program Guide's.

    I think the challenge with Linux gaming is that you need guides to know how to install a lot of games. The good news is that Steam is supposed to make this seamless with Proton, so that you just click on a game, download it and then just launch it without major configs/guides... But even with...
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    Post a screenshot of your Desktop

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    If your new to Arch linux you should check out ARCO LINUX, a distro designed to teach and master linux!

    No, I mean EndeavourOS. no, I was referring to EndeavourOS :)
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    If your new to Arch linux you should check out ARCO LINUX, a distro designed to teach and master linux!

    To be honest, I wish there was just one single ISO that gives you the option of installing whatever you want. I think what is confusing about this, is that there are so many different ISO to download and try with Arco. I get that they offer different options of how to install Arco Linux, but for...
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    If your new to Arch linux you should check out ARCO LINUX, a distro designed to teach and master linux!

    I installed Arco Linux yesterday in a VM, I used the arcolinuxb installation. Through the install process, using the calamares installer, you have the choice of picking literally every component if you go through the advanced install which is nice, but it installs a bunch if packages for some...
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    new guy in town

    Welcome to the forums @bartman59 !!
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    Does windows 10 updates break GRUB menu?

    The installation location of GRUB depends on the type of partition table format you're using, i.e MBR or GPT. If you're using MBR, then GRUB might be installed somewhere between the MBR and the first partition, this area might be referred to as the MBR Gap, or the core image can be installed in...
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    Yo

    Welcome!
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