distros

  1. Sueno1123

    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...
  2. T

    Best Linux Distros for Security?

    I'm currently learning Ubuntu to get the basics of Linux, but after that I want to get into the more complicated distros, something I can use permanently. What out there will keep me the most secure, but will take a long time to learn? I'm fine with complex. I looked into Kali, but I've been...
  3. SuperAdventureHunter

    Avoiding the creation of “just another distro.”

    Hello everyone! I hope you are having a good day! Just a while ago I was having a conversation with another member of the Linux community. We were discussing the subject distribution creation. When I expressed an interest in creating one, the conversation somehow came to this phrase by the...
  4. M

    WHAT DISTRO LINUX IS THE LIGHTEST?

    NO SE SI ME PUEDAN APOYAR, QUE DISTRO LINUX SERA LA CORRECTA EN INSTALAR EN MI PC, ES UNA LAPTOP GATEWAY, CELERON R1, 2 GB EN RAM, 256GB EN DD, CON WINDOWS VA DE LO PEOR.
  5. H

    HELP ME PLEASE!!!

    Dear linuxers :D, I am using windows and want to switch to linux But the problem is whick distro to use. I have a very poor PC: CPU : Intel atom d410 1.66 GHz RAM: 1 GB DDR2 VGA: Intel graphic media accelerater 3150 256 mb HDD: 256 GB I want a lightweight distro that can run on above specs...
  6. 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...
  7. 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. :)
  8. 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?
  9. 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...
  10. 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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