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    Rock Roxx

    Some good old fashion humor.
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    LMDE 4 Debbie

    Good one Chris. :D No pistols drawn. :p:D
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    LMDE 4 Debbie

    I don't see Ubuntu leaving the scene either although Clem Lefèbvre perhaps feels it to be a possibility someday I guess, who knows. Personally I'm not a Linux Mint fan however I do have and use Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon and LMDE 4 Debbie on desktops and have zero complaints. I cut my teeth on...
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    Hello all

    Hello Buzzx, Welcome to Linux.org. LXLE is great light weight small foot print distro that is easy on system resources and will do what the big mainstream flagships do. I use it on several of my curb finds which are old Windows XP desktops which I've upgraded with spare parts. Exactly. "(no...
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    LMDE 4 Debbie

    The point plain and simple. "LMDE is a Linux Mint project which stands for “Linux Mint Debian Edition”. Its goal is to ensure Linux Mint would be able to continue to deliver the same user experience, and how much work would be involved, if Ubuntu was ever to disappear. LMDE is also one of our...
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    USB KEY on ubuntu 14.04 LTS - Trusty version.

    Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr is not supported since April of 2019 and I recommed installing a supported Linux distro. https://itsfoss.com/ubuntu-14-04-end-of-life/
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    linux mint lagging.. keeps lagging.

    Something is eating up a lot of memory 70% (2.60GB) and you only have 3.68GB of memory. Open the task manager or htop or system monitor and see what's loading down the memory. You're using Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon and Cinnamon desktop is Gnome 3 base and is resource demanding so that alone...
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    What would Distro would work on an old Dell Vostro 410?

    https://lxle.net/ https://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=lxle
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    LMDE 4 Debbie

    Hello Linux.org, I just installed LMDE 4 Debbie and it's another improvement over LMDE 3 Cindy which was A-OK. From a DVD I let the LMDE installer do everything and once completed I updated my new install and installed a few bits of software all of which came from the LMDE / Debian repository...
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    "RTFM"

    I didn't always do that as I'm as hard headed as they come. Just ask my Wife. :D Nothing wrong with learning by the seat of your pants the down and dirty way as ain't nothing like real world hands on experience. As for losing unsaved important data / folders / files etc if you don't save it...
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    "RTFM"

    A user who is really interested in installing and using Linux will take the time to learn a little pre Linux how to so that the new Linux user can properly install Linux and have a good first Linux experience. Most new Linux users don't do this and haphazardly install many different Linux...
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    My situation in the first two months of 2020. How do you feel???

    I'm thankful for another day to be alive and complain about old age aches and pains. :) Life is good. :)
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    Why people don't mark their solved threads as SOLVED?

    Perhaps their lazy and just don't give a crap. Perhaps they didn't realize they could or should. Perhaps they're not exercising those little grey cells of the brain to mark their post solved.
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    linux mint (cindy)

    Yep OOTB Debian prefers and recommends users to stay within the repository's for software. For me not any problem as I don't need any of the third party software that most users seem to have to have. I'm an OOTB user which could be why I very rarely if ever have or have had any problems with...
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    linux mint (cindy)

    If you would learn a little about the Linux distro you are trying to install you would know that LMDE is based off of Debian and Debian doesn't allow the use of PPAs.
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