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FoSS Community – Together We’re Stronger

FoSS Community – Together We’re Stronger. Today I have  put together the artwork for a t-shirt that I think best represents  something users of all distros can appreciate. Together, the FoSS Community is stronger than we are standing alone. Choice of multiple colors (colours for my friends across the pond). Two shirt types and a… Read more »

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Linux Mint 18.3 KDE Edition Review – For The Record

Linux Mint 18.3 KDE Edition Review. Linux Mint and KDE haven’t always been on my list of favorite things. That said, Linux Mint 18.3 KDE Edition really surprised me – there is a lot to like! Great pulseaudio settings, an improved package manager, plus a whole lot more! + Linux Mint 18.3 KDE Edition –… Read more »

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Void Linux Review – For The Record

Void Linux Review. Today I finally get to a requested review of Void  Linux. Using Void Linux reminds me a little bit of using Arch, since it  only installs what you ask it to. Void Linux configuration is straight  forward, although as I mention in the video, the documentation is hit  and miss. + Get… Read more »

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Linux Deepin Review – For The Record

Linux Deepin Review. Today I take a close look at Deepin Linux. It’s a Linux distro from a company in China called Wuhan Deepin Technology Co., Ltd. Despite being a little unsure what to expect at first, I came to appreciate a lot of the thoughtful features that went into the desktop. There are some… Read more »

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MX Linux Review of MX-17 – For The Record

MX Linux Review of MX-17. MX-17 is a cooperative venture between the antiX and former MEPIS Linux communities. It’s XFCE based, lightning fast, comes with both 32 and 64-bit CPU support…and the tools. Oh man, the tools available in this distro are both reminders of Mepis past and current tech found in modern distros. +… Read more »

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POP! OS Linux Review – For The Record

POP! OS Linux Review. In this For The Record, I take a look at POP! OS, why it’s unique despite being so closely related to Ubuntu and who it’s target market is. + Differences Between Pop!_OS and Ubuntu – http://pop.system76.com/docs/difference-between-pop-ubuntu/ + Roadmap – http://pop.system76.com/docs/roadmap/ + POP! OS Docs – http://pop.system76.com/docs/  

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Linux Switching Problems – Just Ask Matt

Today James asks, Hi I am trying to make the the switch from windows to Linux I watched you and I found you and bryan via YouTube and thus decided I would try open Suse Tumbleweed as my first distro. I downloaded the .iso and burned the DVD I went to install it I can… Read more »