- Jul 23, 2020
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According to google kubunut is not maintained by the offical group but does that mean it still has the same features as the official ubunut as the code is open source so it can be added in? I was thinking about nither getting kubunut cause i like the KDE thing but also cause its ubunut and that means that theirs a larger community their. Also im wondering what are your ideas on deepin. I tried it and liked it a lot but it seems like theirs no community for it and that it might be a spyware
their are three mains types of linux
Besides GUI their is nothing different. Is this correct?
What support section are you talking about?? I would love to see other questions posted cause i got so many and i know nobody likes repeating themselves too many times. Thanks for clarifying!! If i want to learn about a shell bash seems to be the one to learn right, cause all the beginner distcos use it.hese are questions perhaps better asked and answered in our Support sections
What support section are you talking about??
i've had a look at multi boot and it was clear as mud ; probably due to the calibre of my brain. Ventoy is just a case of using their script to format a usb; after that just drag and drop .iso onto the only visible partition you see when its attached to PC. Not all iso's boot. But it will boot for instance the rEFInd iso for usb stick and also grub rescue. Thus it enables fix and rescue stuff to be all in one place.
Theres a bit on xfce and touches on others : https://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/interview-xfce.htmlOkay thats good to know. My quetion is their a difference besides GUI between ubuntu and Kubuntu and the other variants of ubunut. I saw online that they are not created by the official company so was wondering if they are safe and reliable to use.
what other wines do you drink apart from Vino Blueberry ? eg Dornfelder
Ventoy is just a case of using their script to format a usb; after that just drag and drop .iso onto the only visible partition you see when its attached to PC.
Hey - I like wild Maine blueberries too!