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JOiseau
13 weeks ago

There are questions here and on other forums about Linux on a fairly regular basis, and sometimes I find myself automatically thinking...

Tags: linux, os |
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dbrown
16 weeks ago

I've gotten really tired of using the Unity interface (which I find rather buggy) with Ubuntu and am thinking of jumping ship and...

Tags: fedora, linux, mint, unbuntu |
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tgtest
24 weeks ago

I need some new gear and debating if i should just get a mac mini or something else and throw linux on it, whattya think?

Tags: linux, media center |
5 Answers |
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