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  1. Sueno1123

    Are we suffering attempted DDoS attacks.

    Happened to me just a few hours ago.
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    [SOLVED] Plymouth works in an unexpected way

    ALREADY SOLVED HERE System info: Intel i5-6300U, Intel HD Graphics 520, Manjaro KDE (X11), LightDM I've followed the Arch Wiki guide to installing Plymouth as well as this video, and it works well with the "plymouth --show-splash" command, but for some reason the splash is shown during...
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    SOLVED: Caps/Hyper behavior inconsistent

    THIS HAS ALREADY BEEN ANSWERED ON ANOTHER FORUM. System info: Manjaro KDE, Intel i5-6300U, Intel HD Graphics 520 I’ve been trying to solve this for weeks now. Before I switched to Linux, I had wired AutoHotkey to replace the function of the Caps Lock key to become a modifier (e.g. caps + a...
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    "The Hardest Way To Learn Linux"

    And why is that?
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    "The Hardest Way To Learn Linux"

    I was browsing around on Quora when I saw someone recommending something weird: they were telling prospecting Linux converts not to expect their hands to be held because that would hamper their learning journey. They recommended something drastic: apparently there's a book called "Linux From...
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    Alternative to AutoHotKey on Linux?

    I use AHK religiously on my Windows 10 system, I've automated nigh near everything, and I have keyboard shortcuts for everything (even including copypasta lol). Is there a tool in linux that would allow me to do the same?
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    The beer thing seems to be a running meme in this community xD
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    Looks like that's what I'll be doing :D installing a new OS had the impression of being a total nightmare in my mind.
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    Aren't desktops already switchable within the OS? I watched a Debian installation tutorial and the OS literally gives you the option to choose your desktop (GNOME/Cinnamon/KDE) during installation.
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    Thank you everyone for your responses and patience! I'm getting the new device in a few months, and in the meantime I'll do more research on Linux.
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    How frequently? That makes all the difference.
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    What does it mean when an OS is "unstable"? I'd very much prefer newer features, but what does that entail?
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    How was your experience with Fedora? Do you recommend it over Mint/Debian/Ubuntu?
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    Those partition thingies, they're like sectors on one's hard disk? You can divide that among different OSes?
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    Is Mint compatible with Debian packages like Ubuntu is? It's a grandchild of Debian if I'm understanding this correctly, but is the compatibility still there like in Ubuntu?
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    Wouldn't there be some sunk cost involved? I wouldn't wanna keep switching the OS because I don't want to lose my settings/packages/etc. Or is it easier than that?
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    I've heard that Debian Stable becomes "stale" and outdated in comparison to other distros. Is this actually true? Do you think it's a good idea to run the Testing version as a noob (or in general)?
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    What makes Mint better than Ubuntu and Debian in your opinion? Also, doesn't every distro suit a different purpose? And, I intend to run Linux on a Lenovo ThinkPad T460 i5-6300U 8gb RAM.
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    Some people REALLY hate Ubuntu...

    I'm buying a new laptop soon, and I would very much love to install Linux on the old one. I have absolutely no experience with Linux, and very limited coding ability. I've heard that Ubuntu is perfect for beginners who could then later switch to Debian or something else, but is that really true...
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