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  1. Linubi McLuinxdowsface

    Newbie wants to install Linux on laptop with UEFI secure boot

    Xinuli Xunilu Xuinl, dear Linux community! I sincerely beg pardon for molesting you with a lengthy introduction, but it is optional to read it. If you do not have the spare time to do so, then jump straight to the section that starts: With this in my mind,... To boot with, I would like to...
  2. NickBBB

    Most secure and Easiest to use Linux Distro for new users in Sep 2018.

    I am wondering everyone's thoughts on the best Linux distro for a new user that seeks security, anonymity, and ease of use. I am aware that live booting and VM's are a thing, but also want to know what people think for the primary distro. Thank for your input. :)
  3. N

    Linux Distributions

    I am new to Linux OS and I quickly noticed that there are a lot of distributions of Linux. Is there a good way to find out what all the different distributions are made for, like a book or something?
  4. J

    Which distro for Rails.

    I have been using Ubuntu for 2 years now, mainly for programming (Ruby on Rails/ Elixir/ Java), and I started thinking about changing my distribution to more advanced one (since ppl claim that Ubuntu is a go-to option for newcomers). Which one would You suggest? I have been thinking about...
  5. A

    Google Chrome Stable no longer supporting certain systems.

    Currently I am using Mint 14.1 and I am getting this message: Note: Linux 32 and Ubuntu Precise will no longer be supported starting in March, 2016. To use Google Chrome, your computer needs: Ubuntu 12.04+, Debian 7+, openSUSE 13.1+, or Fedora Linux 21 An Intel Pentium 4 processor or later...
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