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  1. Nelson Muntz

    0bda:f170bda:f179 Realtek Semiconductor Corp.

    This may help. https://easylinuxtipsproject.blogspot.com/p/realtek.html https://easylinuxtipsproject.blogspot.com/p/internet.html
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    Cloud vs Local

    OK back on topic. My wife is the Windows 10 user and she saves everything to MS One Drive. It's free and she likes it because she can access it on any computer or tablet or cell phone. She has a bunch of photos although I already have them saved to DVDs and and flash drives.
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    Cloud vs Local

    @dos2unix My apologies for being off topic but since it was mentioned.
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    Cloud vs Local

    https://regmedia.co.uk/2016/07/07/ian_murdock.pdf
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    Cloud vs Local

    The main reason I have no worries or concerns is the only thing on my hard drive is the OS and absolutely nothing else and I wouldn't store anything in cloud storage.
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    Cloud vs Local

    I believe eventually every OS will be cloud base and everything will be done and stored in the cloud pretty much there now. I'm not worried everyone already has your personal information.
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    Nvidia Is Preparing An Unexpected Surprise For Linux Users In 2020

    When I do a search. "2020 GPU Technology Conference" This is what I've found. https://www.theverge.com/2020/3/2/21161635/nvidias-gpu-technology-conference-gtc-online-only-coronavirus https://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-announces-details-on-its-GTC-2020-conference.452834.0.html Nothing about...
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    Nvidia Is Preparing An Unexpected Surprise For Linux Users In 2020

    It's been hit and miss for me and Nvidia because I don't use new graphics hardware. If the open source graphics driver works I use it and when it doesn't work I grab a different graphics card. Time will tell what Nvidia does to help Linux.
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    Nvidia Is Preparing An Unexpected Surprise For Linux Users In 2020

    Hopefully this becomes a reality for Linux. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2019/12/06/nvidia-is-prepping-an-unexpected-surprise-for-linux-users-in-2020/#5dc7ae246390
  10. Nelson Muntz

    Getting rid of some updates.

    Yep and it's still working well.
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    Getting rid of some updates.

    When my update notifier shows updates are available I just press enter and then enter my password and when finished do a restart and I'm good to go and have never had a problem. sudo apt autoremove run from terminal is suppose to remove packages / software that is no longer needed or has been...
  12. Nelson Muntz

    "RTFM"

    No worries about UEFI Rootkit cyber attack I ain't got no computers that are UEFI.
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    "RTFM"

    UEFI bios seems to always be biting users in the behind. :p
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    "RTFM"

    I've sure fixed a lot of non working issues by doing this. "Did you turn it off and back on again?" It's a miracle worker sometimes. :D
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    PCLinuxOS

    FWIW PCLinuxOS is still kicking ass and taking names I mean it rocks and it's awesome. If you want a stable Linux distro PCLinuxOS is a good one based on my actual real world use. Figured I'd report back and let it be known how well it is working for me.
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    "RTFM"

    Boy that's a no win situation. :oops: Them few week mads ain't good. :rolleyes: I never touch the wife's laptop unless she asks. ;)
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    Firewalls

    So do you create a firewall using the steps in the link you posted or can you download and install the UFW firewall.
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    "RTFM"

    This is exactly what I found to be the best way when I first started with Linux and still use with unexplored distros.
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    Firewalls

    I've always used factory defaults and have never had a problem. Perhaps I've just been very lucky or the default settings are enough.
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