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What Is A Good Linux To Install On A USB?

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 16:32 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Well, in my school i just think that Windows is not for me. I have a USB drive and heard that you can install some Linux distros onto a usb. What are my best bets?

Requirements:

>Persistence

>Preferably Arch or Ubuntu Based?

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I created a new sub r/linuxpodcasts

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 14:26 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

r/linuxpodcasts

And since I don't expect a lot of users to contribute to the sub, I also created a bot that will post content regularly. So if you'd like see a podcast pop out in your front page every now and then, subscribe.

The bot will post content from the following podcasts (if you'd like to add one to the list send me a DM):

  • .XPenguin
  • Advance Tech Podcasts
  • Ask Noah Show
  • Bad Voltage
  • Best Linux Games
  • Boiling Steam
  • Bug Report
  • Destination Linux
  • Floss Weekly
  • Free as in Freedom
  • Going Linux
  • Jupiter Broadcasting
  • Late Night Linux
  • Linux Game Cast
  • Matt Hartley
  • mintCast
  • Mostly Linux
  • Open Source Security Podcast
  • Ubuntu Podcast
  • Ubuntu Security Podcast
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Which cloud do you choose?

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 14:09 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

This post is a request for advice/ help because i struggle to find a cloud provider. (More broadly it's always interesting to look at other opinions, no matter you actually change your workflow or not, at least you learn.) You can read the context first or jump to comparison.

Context

Since i read "cryptomator" is an open source app that may crypt the files you drop on the cloud, suddenly the cloud becomes more appealing. Appart GNU/Linux distro (arch, debian), i would also sync an android pie - its disk is crypted.

Cryptomator does crypt a whole folder, so even file names are opaque. The files uploaded are crypted. On another machine, as long as you have the key, you may decrypt the whole folder. I like to work with full folder sync so i have all my notes everywhere (and anyway this folder is ridiculously lightweigth).

Additonnaly to notes or documents, i would also sync a keepass compatible password database, which would be encrypted using a keyfile i do not sync . On GNU/Linux i would use GNOME-Safe (thanks to flatpak debian may have the same version than Arch!) . I still have to research Android client but i know there are. A quick calculation and i believe it is not possible as of today to hack such a passwd database. At least not without NASA supercalculors but i'm not that important ;)

Comparison

I thought, a quick overview would allow me to choose the best cloud provider. Hell no!

  • Google Drive. No official linux client. Also, android client does not allow to automatically download full folder.
  • MS . No official linux client
  • Dropbox. Superb linux support IMO. The android client does not allow to automatically download full folder. Only files i believe, i am not aware of contact / agenda sync.
  • OwnCloud. The client allows to keep a full folder sync. I believe as of today, not nextCloud but sure they will make it some day.

I had issues with an ownCloud provider, so a way to deal with this would be to run my own ownCloud server. I would maybe renunce to crypt files if it's my own server (?) I was almost going to install when i suddenly realized i have not a single competency in security. How would i install something secure? How would i even know if someone breaks my server? do a firewall plus a weekly look at some logs do the job?

So, any advice appreciated!!

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[help] Font rendering looks like garbage, even with infinalty

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 13:49 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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Rescue mode does anyone know what i have to do ? Sorry for the bad photo.

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 13:46 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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About Deepin DE

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 13:00 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Hi guys I just watched couple of videos and reviews of Deepin operating system and I'm ready to give it a try but I got run into some controversial about the Operating system many article directs me to the same word 'Spyware' is it true. I want opinions of the deepin user and who tried deepin to check controversies.

BTW I'm going to use in older hardware

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About Deepin DE

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 13:00 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Hi guys I just watched couple of videos and reviews of Deepin operating system and I'm ready to give it a try but I got run into some controversial about the Operating system many article directs me to the same word 'Spyware' is it true. I want opinions of the deepin user and who tried deepin to check controversies.

BTW I'm going to use in older hardware

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[help] Is it possible to search for Music using dmenu and spotify ?

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 12:07 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

I want to search and play music as fast as possible. I'm using Debian with i3 and I'd like to search music from every workspace. It's shitty to switch to that spotify workspace all the time.

Every Help is appreciated

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Wi-Fi not working on Lenovo B590 Model 20206 (on ElementaryOS)

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 12:02 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

ElementaryOS won't recognize any WiFi on the Lenovo B590 Model 20206. Does anyone know which packages/drivers to install to fix this problem?

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Approaching the kernel year-2038 end game

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 09:42 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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A guide to use Pacman Package Manager [tips/tricks]

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 04:42 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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Linux users who are forced to use Windows too: What do you do to make Windows less shitty?

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 04:06 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

I have a gaming laptop I use with my WMR headset, which means I have to run Windows 10 on it.

So far I use:
- Winaero Tweaker (an easy way of making all of the popular registry tweaks)
- WSL (because I want Bash)
- Avira Free & BGPKiller (AV because it's Windows, popup blocker because it's free)
- BleachBit
- Firefox, uBlock Origin, etc... (all Firefox extensions can be listed if anyone is interested)
- EdgeDeflector

I've also:
- Used a local account instead of a Microsoft account for sign-in
- Disabled as much telemetry as I can
- Uninstalled as much bloatware as I figured I would never use
- Disabled automatic installation of bloatware - Disabled Cortana, Spotlight Search, and everything else which is an interface for Bing
- Disabled animations
- Disabled Live Tiles
- Made each Explorer window a separate process, so one not responding will not bring the others down

and so on.

I'm looking for tips on making Windows less Windows-ish. Generally, anything to remove bloat, remove ads, avoid telemetry, clean up the UI, and bring in some Unix-like functionality, will be greatly appreciated. I figured the Windows subreddit wouldn't respond well to a post about how I don't like using Windows.

I would also appreciate ideas on how to use WMR on Ubuntu-based distros, but I can't find anything like that yet.

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Bypass Privacy - Fake Notification & Tag Non-Friends (Bug Bounty Facebook)

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 00:24 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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No going back now

Linux Tipps vom 13.01.2019 um 00:12 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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I finally took some time to try and revitalise my old laptop with Ubuntu and I've been astonished by how much better my laptop runs with Ubuntu rather than Windows

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 20:32 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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dcure: remove systemd from your distro and replace it with openRC (for now)

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 20:18 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Hi guys,

This is dcure for people who do not like systemd! It makes it possible to still use your favourite distro with all the nice OOTB setting and make-up and at the same time not have your system bloated with a pseudo-modularized monolithic monstrosity that does not even solve any problems that supposedly existed in the first place. This is a working POC and I would love people to help me improve on this.

I have been at this script for about 10 days now. I have continuously tested it in VirtualBox on Arch and Manjaro. Since, yesterday I then, after a perfect try in virtualbox, had the courage to try it on my productive system. I now have a Manjaro i3 running with openRC 0.40.3.

I then copied the mirrorlists, keyrings and pacman.conf from my old artix system and ran an update. So it would be more right to say this is now ArtixLinux, not really Manjaro anymore, although some userspace applications and packages from Manjaro remain.

In my opinion if you now your system well and blacklist a few packages in pacman.conf this migration would have been optional.

I guess, I involuntarily also invented a much more easy way to migrate Arch and Manjaro to Artix although that was not my goal at all.

When I used the script on my system it went perfect. Just rebooted and booted into i3 again and logged in.

Unfortunately now, I still experience some issues though. In some cases after my successful system migration when I ran the script after I did what I thought were minor improvements, the DM/DE wouldn't get started right away due to some issues with dbus parsing file errors. I cannot quite replicate this. Also I saw some "liblightdm and libnm* libraries are empty warnings" when using pacman.

Also sound cards were not detected after I ran the script. After I migrated Manjaro to ArtixLinux and did a system update they worked fine, again. By now I have a perfectly working system, again with no drawbacks from using this script whatsoever!

I don't know what happened in the cases I described above. My approach was generally to make sure that ldconfig throws no errors, that dbus works and that xf86-video-wmare or xf86-video-amdgpu was installed correctly.

I guess with my ongoing LPIC-2, my admin job, and my Cross Linux from Scratch project I know linux very well by now, but here I was missing some pieces.

So, I just wanted to make this public and avoid myself getting caught in perfectionism which in my case is always a bad turn.

I hope some of you guys are way smarter than me and take my script as a well-working proof of concept and then improve it. I would also love people to help me to integrate a choice for installing runit, s6 and sysvinit and also make the script work on the RedHat and the Debian family. You are welcome to join the git repo. I have never worked with people on git before so you would explain to me how I would accept your requests and grand you rights etc.

Thanks a lot in advance.

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Multi use bootable USB stick

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 19:34 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Considering ost Linux distros are only 1 to 4 GB size, but must lesser than 2GB on most cases while On the other hand commercial USB flashdrives and microSD cards are 16GB or even 128GB while is more difficult and sometimes more expensive buying a 8 or 4GB memory.

Sometimes you want to boot different OS's and some storage spaces with many different USB drives. But his leaves us with the problem of a lot of storage waste, for example: you end up with 3 drives (two of 16, one of 32) for 2 OSs and some storage space where just one of 32GB would have been more than enough.

I wonder if I can partition a USB stick in a way it let's me boot my distro and use the rest of space for storage or boot other distros. Is there any way to achieve this? Would it work?

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Can Someone Help? Kodi on Raspberry Pi 3 B+ Loses (?) USB Drive?

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 19:11 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Hello all,

I'm running 17.6 on a RP3B+ as mentioned and I recently added a Lexar JumpDrive S57 128GB USB Flash Drive to the device (replacing a smaller ScanDisk USB Flash Drive).

Everything worked fine for like 5 minutes (working fine here, to be clear, meaning Kodi played back the video files stored on the Lexar drive). However, after that ~5 minutes the playback stopped (just went away) and the File Manager didn't see the drive.

I pulled the Lexar drive out, plugged it back in, and still nothing.

Curiously, I formatted the drive and gave it a new name then put it back in. This time Kodi saw the drive, played the file, and ~5 mins in repeated the "forgetting" behavior.

This isn't an HDD needing additional power so I'm not sure what to and I'm hopeful some of the bright minds on here will be able to help.

Thanks in advance to any who try!

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Crosspost "Win 7/8 SSD vs Win 10 HDD" Posting about linux alternatives on r/windows

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 19:05 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Original Thread:
https://www.reddit.com/r/windows/comments/af8fae/win_78_ssd_vs_win_10_hdd/

Hello,

I have 4 years old lenovo laptop with 16gb ssd + 800gb hdd which originally had windows 8 installed on ssd but the computer got real slow over the years so I decided to reformat and install win 10.

However I realized I cant fit win 10 to my SSD disk and on HDD i believe it will be rly slow.

So there goes my question, which option is the best in terms of overall performance?
1/ Win 7 SSD

2/ Win 8 SSD (not a fan of Win 8 to be honest , but if its the best option I will do it)

3/ Win 10 HDD

Thank you

So knowing full well the response I'd receive I post:

gonna get some hate for posting this in a windows sub-reddit but go with a modern lightweight alternative like https://elementary.io/ or https://manjaro.org/ both have ISO that are sub 2gb. Both were designed as a replacement for Windows and macOS and both are free (elementary OS asks for a donation but you can set that to 0 and download for free).

instant downvote and reply:

"Both were designed as a replacement for Windows"

Cool! I can't wait to play all of my games on then, and run user-friendly yet powerful software!

My reply

manjaro has steam pre-installed, while elementary OS requires it to be installed via the app store. Quite a lot of AAA titles run without any issues but you will see a drop in your total games, however most unsupported games can still be played with minor tweaks easily found online.

Find more about ProtonDB and the games that can run native on linux here https://www.protondb.com/

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Snap, Flatpak, AppImage from a software deployment perspective

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 18:23 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

All three projects look promising, and of course I have already read many of the comparisons here on reddit and elsewhere. I understand that while some of their goals overlap, each one tackles different problems. Still, I am unsure which package format suits my requirements best:

  • custom repositories: I like Canonical's Snapcraft store very much, the same applies to Flathub and AppImageHub. My focus is not on prohibiting app installations or hiding apps from other repositories. But as a systems administrator for my company I would like to offer to our users a set of applications approved, tested, and supported by their IT.
  • custom update schedules: While new application versions might be released by the developers, I would like to have control over when updates are made available to our users.
  • cross-distribution packages: Should we decide for whatever reason to switch from one distribution to another, our users should be able to install the same packages again regardless of the underlying base system.
  • availability: Packaging is in my opinion the developers' responsibility. While I am fine with converting existing binaries from one package format to another (because developers have better things to do than supporting five different formats), compiling and managing build systems is out of the question.

Snap, Flatpak, and AppImage have their advantages and disadvantages:

  • Snaps: Impressive number of packages. While snaps from other sources than Snapcraft can be installed locally, custom repositories are not supported and will not be supported in the foreseeable future. Also, as far as I know, snapd updates snaps whenever updates are available.
  • AppImages: They seem easy to "install" and use, but compared to Snapcraft and Flathub, AppImageHub lists fewer applications. This may be an indicator that there are fewer AppImages overall. In contrast to Flatpak and Snap, where applications are built against a maintained runtime and share libraries, AppImages have to maintain their dependencies themselves and can include many redundant libraries.
  • Flatpaks: I think, today it is more likely to see a Flatpak than an AppImage of an application. Apparently, Flatpaks receive automatic updates like snaps do. Since Flatpak lets me create my own repository, I guess that Flatpaks are only updated when a new package is available from the repository? Or is update information included in the package itself, and the package will be updated as soon as the developers release a new version? And can automatic updates for Flatpaks generally be turned off on the client? Also, I am missing detailed documentation on how to create a new repository; it is handled with a few sentences and links to previous sections.

I like Snap for the vast amount of available applications, AppImage for its simplicity, and Flatpak for offering a little bit more control than Snap. I dislike the lack of control over Snaps, doubt the scalability of AppImages, and struggle to see how to utilize Flatpak.

Containment/isolation/sandboxing is another topic and brings its own set of advantages and problems.

I would love to read your opinions (or corrections: I might very well have misunderstood some of the projects' concepts)!

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Misadventures in process containment

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 18:18 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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GWE: a GTK system utility designed to provide information, control the fans and overclock your NVIDIA video card

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 17:14 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

GWE, as the title says, is a GTK application that provides information, control the fans and allows to overclock your NVIDIA video card and I am writing this post because it would be great if someone could help me with a couple of issues I'm facing so that I can properly release the first stable version.

If you follow /r/linux_gaming you might have already seen an old post about an early build. During the last 2 weeks the app has changed a lot, with new features and optimizations being implemented:

https://i.redd.it/7yb2qxdzd0a21.png

Unfortunately with the new features, more dependencies are required and the distribution via PyPI it gets too complicated. On top of that, the graph plotting library requires Gnome 3.30, which is available only on the latest distributions.

A fix for these issues could be using Flatpak/Snap to distribute the application, since it will solve the problem with the Gnome version and most of the dependencies. But, unfortunately, it brings new issues due to the sandbox approach.

I have added all the details about this issues on the README.md of the project. If you have experience with Flatpak and/or X-Protocol and want to help please get in touch with me.

If you instead want to try the app, there are currently 2 ways to do it:

  1. install an older build via PyPI that is missing the historical data, is relatively more CPU hungry but does not require Gnome 3.30 (just follow the README.md instructions)
  2. download and run the latest git master and you will get the version you see in the screenshot

If you choose the second option you have to manually install also all the Python dependencies. If you need help just ask me.

Currently GWE offers the following features:

  • Displaying information about the card (name, bios, driver, power usage, clock, temp, fan, etc)
  • Display gpu temperature via app indicator (requires appindicator3)
  • Overckock gpu and memory (coolbits required)
  • Set custom fan profile curve (coolbits required)
  • Change the power limit (root required)
  • Historical data graphs (only if you build from the sources, requires Gnome 3.30)
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GWE: a GTK system utility designed to provide information, control the fans and overclock your NVIDIA video card

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 17:14 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

GWE, as the title says, is a GTK application that provides information, control the fans and allows to overclock your NVIDIA video card and I am writing this post because it would be great if someone could help me with a couple of issues I'm facing so that I can properly release the first stable version.

If you follow /r/linux_gaming you might have already seen an old post about an early build. During the last 2 weeks the app has changed a lot, with new features and optimizations being implemented:

https://i.redd.it/7yb2qxdzd0a21.png

Unfortunately with the new features, more dependencies are required and the distribution via PyPI it gets too complicated. On top of that, the graph plotting library requires Gnome 3.30, which is available only on the latest distributions.

A fix for these issues could be using Flatpak/Snap to distribute the application, since it will solve the problem with the Gnome version and most of the dependencies. But, unfortunately, it brings new issues due to the sandbox approach.

I have added all the details about this issues on the README.md of the project. If you have experience with Flatpak and/or X-Protocol and want to help please get in touch with me.

If you instead want to try the app, there are currently 2 ways to do it:

  1. install an older build via PyPI that is missing the historical data, is relatively more CPU hungry but does not require Gnome 3.30 (just follow the README.md instructions)
  2. download and run the latest git master and you will get the version you see in the screenshot

If you choose the second option you have to manually install also all the Python dependencies. If you need help just ask me.

Currently GWE offers the following features:

  • Displaying information about the card (name, bios, driver, power usage, clock, temp, fan, etc)
  • Display gpu temperature via app indicator (requires appindicator3)
  • Overckock gpu and memory (coolbits required)
  • Set custom fan profile curve (coolbits required)
  • Change the power limit (root required)
  • Historical data graphs (only if you build from the sources, requires Gnome 3.30)
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AskLinux: If you had a 30 min presentation about Linux, what would you showcase and why?

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 16:40 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Title says it all pretty much. Your goal is mainly to impress people that are unaware of what can be done in Linux. You can do/showcase whatever you want, including your sick unixporn setup, a nice workflow or a cool program.

You have anything between 0-30 mins.

GO

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AskLinux: If you had a 30 min presentation about Linux, what would you showcase and why?

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 16:40 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Title says it all pretty much. Your goal is mainly to impress people that are unaware of what can be done in Linux. You can do/showcase whatever you want, including your sick unixporn setup, a nice workflow or a cool program.

You have anything between 0-30 mins.

GO

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Librem 5, apps?

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 16:34 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

I really want to get this phone and use it as a WiFi only device, my only worry is what the app availability/quantity will be like.

All my favourite stuff is already of course available with Linux repositories but I wonder about builds of these apps for a smart phone.

Anyone have an idea of what to expect and/or how this will work? On the website they talk about web apps which is cool, but some things I need for offline, downloaded, take-it-with-me, content.

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Librem 5, apps?

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 16:34 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

I really want to get this phone and use it as a WiFi only device, my only worry is what the app availability/quantity will be like.

All my favourite stuff is already of course available with Linux repositories but I wonder about builds of these apps for a smart phone.

Anyone have an idea of what to expect and/or how this will work? On the website they talk about web apps which is cool, but some things I need for offline, downloaded, take-it-with-me, content.

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Android Binderfs

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 16:13 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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How to install the Lighttpd web server on Linux

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 15:56 Uhr | Quelle addictivetips.com

Lighttpd is a slim alternative to the Apache web server for Unix, Linux and Windows server operating systems. Its primary objective is to deliver web content in a fast, secure manner. The Lighttpd web server is handy, especially for those that need to deliver content on the web on Linux but don’t necessarily have an […]

Read How to install the Lighttpd web server on Linux by Derrik Diener on AddictiveTips - Tech tips to make you smarter


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Running Windows 10 arm64 via qemu-system-aarch64 on the Pinebook with Debian 9.6

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 15:30 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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The Starter Tutorial for AWK

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 15:05 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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Found this in an old computer closet

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 14:38 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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HDR support in Wayland/Weston

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 14:35 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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I am interested if it only works on Oneplus & Nexus Phones?

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 14:13 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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‘Linux for Chromebooks’ May Let Chromebook Owners Choose Which Distro to Use

Linux Tipps vom 12.01.2019 um 14:11 Uhr | Quelle feedproxy.google.com

linux apps on chromebook via lon.tvLast year Google wowed Linux geeks the world over with a feature that lets Chromebook users run desktop Linux apps on Chrome OS. The feature, dubbed ‘Crostini’ at the time, but now known by the catching title “Linux (beta) for Chromebooks”, continues to improve with each new dev update to Chrome OS (for instance, it will […]

This post, ‘Linux for Chromebooks’ May Let Chromebook Owners Choose Which Distro to Use, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.


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