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Endorsement: Linux Migration Site

This is a gem: Easy Linux tips project. It’s a set of detailed yet simple instructions for migrating from Windows to Linux. You get to choose between several different Linux distributions all of which are the easiest to use and … Continue reading

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A Big Improve-mint

Before I get to the Bible lesson, I wanted to make note for my regular readers that Linux Mint is probably the better path to Linux. In particular, I’m going to recommend the 17.2 Release because it offers the most … Continue reading

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Kubuntu Guide 03

03 — Why Kubuntu? The name Linux isn’t actually a thing, but a kind of thing. The underlying code base is there for anyone to build as they like. What you can build with it can be tweaked for specialized … Continue reading

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Xubuntu 14.04 Is Okay

I’ve installed the latest LTS release of Xubuntu Trusty Tahr (14.04) on an aging laptop. There are a few bugs noted on the release page and I suppose they’ll eventually get those worked out. At any rate, I still refuse … Continue reading

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Enough Kubuntu

I had enough. By no means did I expect perfection of any sort. The thing was in beta, so it was supposed to be a little buggy. That is not what bothered me. It was the constant defaults that were … Continue reading

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Taming Kubuntu

Whew! It’s too long to post here on the blog, so I have a draft version in good ol’ HTML here. Just click the link and you should get a fairly long tutorial. I need feeback. This will eventually be … Continue reading

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More Busy Day

Today I worked on my own systems a bit. First, I now remember why I don’t like Mint: They have an irresponsible attitude about security and bug-fix updates coming from their upstream source, Ubuntu. You really have to go out … Continue reading

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