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jackmgerm
Re: Kudos to Namib Linux for Making Arch Approachable
02/15/18 7:30 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 63 Words

... Namib distro is still hooked to the hip of Arch Linux. So you must be careful with the pacnew files as with any Arch environment. Namib is still prone to issues that can easily mess up the system. I did not...

jackmgerm
Re: Kudos to Namib Linux for Making Arch Approachable
02/15/18 7:28 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 154 Words

I think Manjaro more closely resembles the ease of Ubuntu and Linux Mint. Manjaro is still balky to install and sometimes gives me troubled performance. I find that Antergos is much smoother in its processes.

That said, Namib seems to have...

IrwinElectronics
Re: OpenSuse Leap Reinforces Linux Faith
02/11/18 10:28 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 83 Words

Really? All these great reviews, yet to me Windows ME was better than this garbage.Sorry guys, I'm going back to Linux Mint. As for my customer, I'll find other software that's Ubuntu...

jmdennis
Re: Kudos to Namib Linux for Making Arch Approachable
02/14/18 6:38 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 64 Words
maclion
Re: Kudos to Namib Linux for Making Arch Approachable
02/14/18 4:59 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 16 Words
cheasully
Re: Skype Comes to Linux in a Snap
02/05/18 5:11 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 90 Words

They are sandboxed using container protocols,...' I just tried installing Skype on Solus linux via snaps, and got this message, "sudo snap install skype
error: This revision of snap "skype" was published using classic confinement and thus may perform arbitrary system changes...

upinVT
Re: SoftMaker for Linux Is a Solid Microsoft Office Alternative
02/04/18 11:54 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 293 Words

... using Textmaker on Android and all my Linux systems. Paid for the full version. In the past, the free version hasn't included a dictionary (among other extras).

Used to use LibreOffice but after years of having bugs and very basic...

borisaman
Re: Barcelona Opts for Breath of Open Source Fresh Air
01/28/18 1:29 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 66 Words

I went from Windows to Mac, and now to Linux. Raspberry PI is a great machine for backups and VPN access, or to create your own cloud. Ubuntu 17.10 is a great desktop OS. Bit by bit I am removing these expensive...

therapon
Re: SoftMaker for Linux Is a Solid Microsoft Office Alternative
01/08/18 7:55 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 46 Words

... me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure linux version of SoftOffice 2016 supports MDI and FreeOffice 2016 does not. From a daily user standpoint, that is a fairly significant difference. It will be interesting to see if the 2018 versions follow...

bcatalin
Re: SoftMaker for Linux Is a Solid Microsoft Office Alternative
01/02/18 10:57 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 79 Words

... a Linux user I do not see me using this suite because it seems it will not be FOSS. On Windows, sure, I will give it a try as recently Microsoft products started to have a poor performance and the testing before...

distross
Re: Anarchy Linux Dispels Fear of Arch
12/09/17 9:27 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 64 Words

... little review of Anarchy Linux.
Anarchy is a (semi)-automated Net-Installer of Arch Linux.
I'm not sure why people use a review of one distro to fanwave their own other distro's ?
Clearly, discussion should be regarding...

warp4
Re: If You're Ready for Arch, ArchMerge Eases the Way
01/11/18 1:35 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 21 Words

... Linux distros are not ideal starting points for new adopters,"
Antergos is a great distro for beginners, intermediates and...

jafcobend
Re: Securing Your Linux System Bit by Bit
01/10/18 6:52 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 485 Words
darkoverlordofdata
Re: SoftMaker for Linux Is a Solid Microsoft Office Alternative
12/28/17 9:51 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 25 Words
jymm
Re: SoftMaker for Linux Is a Solid Microsoft Office Alternative
12/28/17 3:23 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 37 Words
TheDamir
Re: SalentOS Switchers Will Have No Regrets
12/29/17 9:47 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 196 Words

... can so confirm all of the above, SalentOS is wonderful! Coming from a slow learner, sort-of eternal newbie (meaning no terminal use yet, except if basically copy-pasted from a web-source) and finally installed more than one distro on a soon-to-be-quite-old machine (4GB/CeleronDuo 1.6GHz, Asus). Linux ...

Wormwood
Re: MX 17 Linux: The Best of 2 Linux Worlds
11/26/17 3:53 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 31 Words
rlweisman
Re: OS Wars: Solaris vs. Linux - Part 2
09/16/03 12:19 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 704 Words

nathanh: "There are other factors barring Linux' progress into Solaris' core strongholds as well. For example, although Linux is starting to make inroads in the 64-bit space, Sun's SPARC hardware platform remains a top choice for companies that want to take advantage...

A clue for you!
Re: Apple Feels the Squeeze From Linux NOT
12/06/05 6:03 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 233 Words

Some insignificat burr on Apples ass like Linux is of no concern. Trying to make this news shows just how desperate the Linux boys are.
I guess Apple's secure UNIX that can run all applications from all platforms including Linux should make you pretty...

nathanh
Re: OS Wars: Solaris vs. Linux - Part 2
09/16/03 3:04 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 314 Words

He said that Sun is in fact working on a project to run Linux on SPARC. Sun announced its plans to productize this commercially 18 months ago and first made it commercially available about a year ago."
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It really doesn't matter what Sun's plans...

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