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While still on my journey to find a new distro, I was thinking about wanting to try out the Gnome DE, but being that not every distro has it, some DEs are bloated, and I'm using an older computer, I've decided to go with a bare-bones distro and install a WM instead.
Hacking is a hobby, not a profession
So I'm a 12-year-old kid I want to be one of the best hackers in the world
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matthewalinuxuser123
but not really a normal hobby, it depends if you mean malware hacking, because some hackers are like a group of people (malware hacking) so it really isn't a hobby that you'd do normally. Coding is a hobby though, coding a game, developing a game, making sprites all of those are hobbies.
SpongebobFan1994
SpongebobFan1994
Typical 12 year old fantasy
I agree with @matthewalinuxuser123 about coding, which can start off as a hobby and eventually turn into a profession if you're ACTUALLY willing to learn how to code (instead of trolling on Linux forums). It might even lead to you helping to develop software of your own one day.
Latest Update 06 Aug 2022 - Cinnamon-XanMod LTS & Xfce-XanMod LTS
Both desktop versions uses the XanMod LTS Kernel 5.15.59 along with LibreOffice 7.3.5, VLC 3.0.17, Firefox ESR 91.12.0, Thunderbird 91.12.0, plus several other internal updates as well

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I have never found a difference as in user experience with either normal desktop usage or gaming usage when having tried different kernels. Do you notice a difference and why did you choose the Xanmod kernel for Expirion Linux?
Lord Boltar
Lord Boltar
Xanmod Kernels installs the latest firmware packages for compatibility, does nothing for gaming or normal usage

look here - https://xanmod.org/ - under Main Features
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Because my ankle has been in significant pain for the last few days, I went to get it checked out yesterday, and I was diagnosed with a sprain. This isn't the first time it's happened. Thankfully, after taking ibuprofen, and icing and elevating it, I feel a lot better than I did yesterday. I can't go back to work until Tuesday, which is fine, because Ive been meaning to make some drawings anyway.
While using SMTube last night, I found out the official Power Rangers channel uploaded full episodes of various seasons. I ended up watching the first 3 episodes of Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (man that brings back memories). I was telling my friend Tim its amazing to realize the International Space Station is, in some ways, the real life equivalent to Terra Venture.
My mom's in the hospital again, but this time because of digestive problems that caused internal bleeding, which in-turn caused her to suffer a serious fall this morning. While both of my parents have had failing health because of their old age and conditions, my mom's worse off than my dad is. All my family can do for her is to maintain her health for the time being. :(
SpongebobFan1994
SpongebobFan1994
In order to provide better care for my parents, my brother, dad, and I decided to look into selling the house so they can move into an assistant living facility. I'll have to spend the rest of the year thoroughly learning how to live on my own (as I was never really taught that), get my own place to live, and work my second job full time. I don't mind all of that, because I've been meaning to do so anyway.
f33dm3bits
f33dm3bits
Sorry to hear that about your parents, I hope you figure it getting your parents into assisted living without getting into financial problems yourself. No one learns how to live independently, you learn as you go from experience from the responsibility you get from living independently. You will figure it out :)
SpongebobFan1994
SpongebobFan1994
Thanks for reaching out. This is just life lighting a fire under my butt to kick me into gear.
After talking with @Human about Mark Zuckerberg, that'd be hilarious if there was a spoof movie made about social media and all of the stupid things involved with it. However, being that Hollywood is a crapshoot, both as a culture and as a series of studios, I recommend we make it ourselves.
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Human
As a human myself, I liked your idea and laughing out loudly, fellow human being ;)
I stumbled upon your profile while seeing who was online just now, and your picture made me laugh :D
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Human
Thanks Man :D
Nice to know... XD
SpongebobFan1994
SpongebobFan1994
It shows how accurate the movie They Live! was. This picture exposes him as one of the aliens. :p
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Having a problem with Linux updates - I keep receiving Error Messages and don't know how to rectify!
I am super familiar with WINDOWS systems; however, fighting with Linux ... I'm lost. Not knowing command
structure doesn't help my ability/inability to solve this problem.
jc1829b
jc1829b
W: Target CNF (main/cnf/Commands-all) is configured multiple times in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/additional-repositories.list:1 and /etc/apt/sources.list.d/winehq-focal.sources:1

Program updates trying to install: 1. Python 3 implementation 1.7.1.-2ubuntu2.1 and 2. google-chrome-stable 103.0.5060.134-1
Brickwizard
Brickwizard
Good morning, Welcome to the forums,
it would help if you tell us which distribution you are using, and post your question under general in the main forums

Brickwizard
Brickwizard
But to start with you could try from the terminal
apt --fix-missing [depending on distribution you may need to run as sudo] if this works then run
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade you will need to enter your password, watch it run as you may be asked if you want to continue, if so press y and enter
I'm running Mint 20.2 on my Lenovo X200 laptop, and it's gotten relatively slow and buggy at times lately. While the computer's age does play a part, I was trying to figure out what was slowing it down. I know killing certain processes in System Monitor can speed it up, and after killing the SystemD process, its consuming less memory now and feels faster.
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