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    Sticky: [SOLVED] Re: Old hardware brought back to life

    Hey morgaes,

    Short interesting read you posted.

    http://www.alandmoore.com/blog/2011/08/21/reviving-your-old-pc-with-linux-part-i-defining-expectations/



    Thanks
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    And I quote "Linux chooses it's own friends" Please explain. :confused:
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    Sticky: [SOLVED] Re: Old hardware brought back to life

    Linux isn't hard to learn or unfriendly.

    One must first be willing to spend the time to understand how Linux works.

    People are used to using Windows it's is all they have ever known and just...
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    I'm finding that most of my 10 year old computers are able to run 64 bit Ubuntu and doing it very well. =d>

    $ inxi -Fx
    System: Host: ASUSTek-Lithium Kernel: 4.4.0-36-generic x86_64 (64 bit...
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    I work for the State Dept and we are upgrading / updating desktops so all of these leave without HDD in them.
    So when I get them they get air hosed and then a 40 GB HDD as I have a lot of 40GB HDD...
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    Got several of these from work that they were going to destroy a 10 year old desktop running perfectly.
    Ubuntu Mate 16.04 32 bit install.
    Probably will run 64 bit but didn't have it handy.
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