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  1. Re: Kernel panic post install install update

    Hardware specifications? Aspire E-15 laptop : iCore 3/ GTX 940MX 6 Go RAM
    Ubuntu release/version? 20.4
    Why are you still using DVDs in 2021
  2. Kernel panic post install install update

    Hello, reinstalling my system because of an update that literally blew up my system (I'm supposed to be working, not spending my life juggling DVDs), so after a clean install, when update of the...
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    username change request

    remy-wehrung
    thedarklinux1977
  4. Re: Consoles vs. PC - Comparison Discussion

    Yes without counting the internal architecture with the APU. That said, I am also well on the way, in France, concerning the late Google Stadia, where I see the top forums decreed that Linux is not...
  5. Re: Consoles vs. PC - Comparison Discussion

    This is called optimization: a limited and known hardware, having only software updates (me having known the period 8/16 bits is heresy) allow to do things that a PC "brut" is difficult to do, on the...
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    Sticky: Re: Welcome to the Forums - Introduce yourself here

    We are there to make each other known and help each other, so I help
  7. Re: Consoles vs. PC - Comparison Discussion

    I didn't expect to see a debate: PC vs Console "next gen" on a linux forum. At the time, a PC with a simple 3Dfx was already more powerful than a common playstation, a Geforce 256, faster than a PS2....
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    Sticky: Re: Welcome to the Forums - Introduce yourself here

    Yes, see UNIX administration videos on Youtube, read Oreilly books, passed from Diablo 3 to Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (it's more fun chasing the Dragon, than Diablo and Malthael), yes also read the...
  9. Re: Linux's heyday for desktop and laptop was January 2020.

    Yes, Linux would not exist without UNIX, which had the bad idea of this balkanized, of this proprietarized, to make this eat, piece, by piece by a free and free UNIX compatible, I like this irony
  10. Re: Will the Google Hangouts extension stop working on Chromium on March 15, 2021?

    Which is silly, right? Certainly, it is easy to find tutorials for installing Chrome under system X, but it is silly
  11. Re: Giving Back: I clean installed Ubuntu on a rural village in Uganda - huh, what?!

    Very good initiative
  12. Re: Linux's heyday for desktop and laptop was January 2020.

    I was introduced to computer science at school at a young age with French equivalences of ZX80, so BASIC, I saw. I bought my first PC at the end of the 90's in the midst of Microsoft's hegemony and...
  13. Re: Will the Google Hangouts extension stop working on Chromium on March 15, 2021?

    Hope Ubuntu put Chrome in the app store, sure I got it installed, but loved an automated snap
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    Re: App development

    Well, let's make it simple: you avoid java, think more about web app: NodeJs server, html5 / css3 / reactjs / mariadb
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    Re: Free Software - EULA's

    As CIO, I do not accept an unknown computer on my private network, it is the very basis of computer security, be aware of your work, or we do nothing, if so, the employee is invited to leave....
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    Re: How many of you completely switched to Linux?

    I always have a windows station, you must not put all your eggs in the same basket, I only keep it for leisure: itunes and steam
  17. Re: Linux's heyday for desktop and laptop was January 2020.

    The fact remains that the general public does not care about GNU / Linux, I am not wrong. I repeat, there is a world between a debian and an ubuntu, in this sense Canonical, does a very good job:...
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    Re: Free Software - EULA's

    I am for simplicity: asked the CTO, in writing (legal trace), the possibility of putting a Linux station, apart from your professional network, to put network security, so as not to annoy others, so...
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    Re: Free Software - EULA's

    It all depends on the setting: is it a high-tech company? the CTO has signed agreements with Microsoft? Do you use specific software for Windows, without any equivalent in Linux?
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    Sticky: Re: Welcome to the Forums - Introduce yourself here

    Thank you, I had touched Ubuntu with its KDE version in 2005, I had good memories of it because of its stability, but version 20.04 is perfect for my field (artificial intelligence), even if I regret...
  21. Re: Linux's heyday for desktop and laptop was January 2020.

    I must admit that the management of GPUs out of box relieves part of my work, under Debian, it is not possible. Must eternally speak of Microsoft Windows? , it is certainly the biggest client OS, but...
  22. Re: Linux's heyday for desktop and laptop was January 2020.

    No, this segment still exists, commercially, therefore technologically speaking. Quite simply because companies have the common sense not to put everything in the cloud. It is the companies, by the...
  23. Re: Linux's heyday for desktop and laptop was January 2020.

    Also recurring debate on the French forums, therefore: Linux has always been a system for geek, first it is an X system, second it is Linus Torvald, not the last of us, who wrote the kernel. I have...
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    Re: How many of you completely switched to Linux?

    I migrated back then to Linux, because I couldn't do anything under Windows 2000, I was fed up with paying versions of EDI for Java on a voluntary and commercially limited basis. The advantage is...
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    Re: Hosting Providers

    you have OVH, whose domain names are not expensive
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