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    How can i take screenshot and automatically save to clipboard like in windows?

    It saves automatically to clipboard. I do have to click OK if I want to save to desktop.
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    Which should be given more priority to among these for softwares?

    I know those are likely the future. But for me.. I still prefer .rpm, or .deb, or even tar.gz
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    How can i take screenshot and automatically save to clipboard like in windows?

    In the MATE Menu, it's just called "Take Screenshot"
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    How can i take screenshot and automatically save to clipboard like in windows?

    I think it depemds on which Desktop you use. I use MATE. Alt-PntScrn works for me.
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    What file system should I use for 2TB usb to store files (Img, doc, vids, etc) ?

    If you going back and forth between Linux and Windows. exfat has worked best for me.
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    KVM doesnt show a GUI

    What is the output of .. cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep svm
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    Post a screenshot of your Desktop

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    Discord PTT not working on Wayland

    I haven't had any trouble with it. But all Fedora desktop's still don't use Wayland. You could try using MATE for example, which still uses X11. You can switch back and forth between DE's if you want.
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    BTRFS; How is it like to?

    I haven't tried it on SuSE. Although I do have a OpenSuSE VM I use. It's just straight static (normal?) filesystems. No LVM or BRTFS. But I like SuSE. We run SLES on a few servers here, those do have LVM and hardware RAID.
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    [SOLVED] Help me find who eats my cpu?

    I don't know what kind of CPU you have, or how much RAM. But from my point of view... 4.7% and 2.1% aren't that bad. Less than 7% of your total CPU. Your memory (RAM) might be slightly more of an issue. 20.4% and 10.4% are over 30% of your RAM. But still nothing to worry about really.
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    grub on MinGW

    Not that I know of. Windows uses a completely different scheme. If you're Linux partition is hosed, I find it easiest to boot from a Live USB and fix those things.
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    How to become Linux SME

    Subject Matter Expert ( on anything )
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    [SOLVED] How to fix :"plymouth-start.service ... KillMode=none ... This is unsafe" Error?

    You will have to su - to root. Then edit the /lib/systemd/system/plymouth-start.service file With pluma, nano, or vi. (whatever you're comfortable with) Change the second to the last line from... KillMode=none to KillMode=mixed save the file. Reboot.
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    [SOLVED] How to fix :"plymouth-start.service ... KillMode=none ... This is unsafe" Error?

    You can see what yours looks like using this command. systemctl cat plymouth-start
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    Is there any program to check swap filesystem?

    You can also use.. swapon -s -v
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    Fedora works slow after installing nvidia driver SOLVED

    How did you install the driver? Can you send output of.. glxinfo
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    [SOLVED] How to fix :"plymouth-start.service ... KillMode=none ... This is unsafe" Error?

    This is what mine looks like. [Unit] Description=Show Plymouth Boot Screen DefaultDependencies=no Wants=systemd-ask-password-plymouth.path systemd-vconsole-setup.service After=systemd-vconsole-setup.service systemd-udev-trigger.service systemd-udevd.service...
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    do mac's recognize androids when plugged into them directly?

    Depends on what you mean by "see". I'm assuming you want to copy files between them. Technically the answer is no. Apple wants to own all your files. They can only go into the apple cloud. You aren't "allowed" to copy them to anything local. (My biggest complaint against Apple). However...
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    Question

    I do use USB installs frequently. But for Fedora/Redhat, I usually use kickstart/PXE Boot to do fresh installs. :)
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    Text editors that run from the terminal.

    https://zoomadmin.com/HowToInstall/UbuntuPackage/libncurses-dev
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