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    I love the Linux desktop, but that doesn't mean I don't see its problems all too well.

    Cloud is convenient for mobility. You can work on (or use) the same documents on different devices in different locations and don't need to think about copying from one device to another.
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    I love the Linux desktop, but that doesn't mean I don't see its problems all too well.

    I doubt that desktop OSes will vanish. On desktop PCs and notebooks you have a big screen, big keyboard - all that is convenient and sometimes the only option when you need some kind of work done (even gaming). Mobile devices are good, but they are not so powerful and their screens are quite...
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    Two images for your amusement...

    It remembers me anonymous proxies.
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    Two images for your amusement...

    Seems it's a scam.
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    Today's article has us finding out which display-manager we're using.

    'inxi -xxxS' showed 'dm: N/A', so I followed the article and got the result '/usr/bin/slimski' slimski is a lightweight DM. I'm using antiX 21 based on SysV init and slimski.
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    If Windows Disappeared Today ...

    It would be the burst of Linux!
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    [Closed] Help Finding a Loud & Affordable Option

    Or low frequency of 5 Hz?
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    [Closed] Help Finding a Loud & Affordable Option

    How about an ultrasonic attack of, say, 100W? :p
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    Bash 02 – Variables and Such

    @Jarret B If I get it right, we need to use double parentheses if we use variables, not commands, as in your example: x=1 y=5 echo $(($x+$y)) echo $((x+y))
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    [SOLVED] Could not add Linux.org feed to QuiteRSS

    @wizardfromoz, thanks for the assistance! @Rob, now News Provider app on Android accepted the link. Previously it did not. I will feed the link to QuiteRSS as soon as I return home tomorrow. Thank you!
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    RSS Readers: Follow online news without social media

    I prefer QuiteRSS from Ubuntu repository. This app is simple, looks clean and does what it says. To install it, type in the terminal: sudo apt update && sudo apt install quiterss Also you can install it with Synaptic.
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    [SOLVED] Could not add Linux.org feed to QuiteRSS

    Hello! I just installed QuiteRSS 0.19.3. Tried to add Linux.org RSS feed (found it at the bottom of Linux.org page) to the QuiteRSS feeds list and got "server replied: Forbidden (201)" error. Tried to download the link with Mozilla Firefox - success. Did I do it wrong?
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