I'm brand new to Linux. I have an old Windows laptop I use for data logging. I have a python program running on it as a data logger and soon to control some Arduino controller boards. I hate windows and it's trying to crash. I'd like to change it to Linux, but after reading several pages...
I do not know if I expressed myself well in the title, but please correct me if I am wrong.
Here I have a beginner problem:
I have a file with multiple lines of code, and I can number lines of code with nl command, now I want to number the lines but i want to stream the output into the same...
I am new to Linux. In school we are using Ubuntu 18.04 and I started to like it. I am a beginner C++ programmer (I know the basics) and I have just started to learn java and some python. So I was wondering which is the best Linux distro for me as a beginner? I have read that Arch or...
If I were to install Windows 10 on one hard drive and Linux Mint on another, would I be able to change which OS my computer is running on just by swapping the drives?
Please be gentle... I'm not too tech saavy.
So I just got Linux Mint MATE, I think 19.something, most recent, but whenever I close my laptop and it suspends, it crashes the OS. I have it set so it doesn't suspend, but it drains the battery. Is there a better way to go about this?
Hi yet again.
I'm working through an online tutorial to better understand terminal, which I've now learned is a means of inputing commands, options and inputs which the shell then interprets and acts upon (bash being most common shell). The commands are stored within the path and are called...
I'm running lubuntu on a laptop with intel onboard gfx. Screen tearing was beginning to drive me nuts. I have, however, found a solution on youtube:
sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-intel.conf
Identifier "Intel Graphics"
Option "TearFree" "true"...
I am awaiting delivery of the below laptop, which I've picked up for £170:
I have been around computers most of my...
I am new in the Linux world and trying to learn the basics with your help. I am planning to install a Linux OS to one of my old laptops, so I can experience and make practice with Linux commands. What Linux made would you guys recommend?
I see that there are a lot of different Linux...
Having an Advent laptop available I went ahead and tried to install Mint 18.3 with no previous knowledge or research - stupid I know.
I downloaded three versions of the Mint 18.3 installation and used Etcher to transfer the iso's to usb sticks. The best I could manage was on installation...