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    Re: Tug of war - Community vs Mods - to 200 (or -200)

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  2. Re: Lubuntu Hirsute Hippo 21.04 Artwork Contest

    Lubuntu Hirsute Hippo (21.04)Artwork Contest is now closed.

    Thanks to all who entered, or considered entering.
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  4. Re: PC-BSD which later became TrueOS is now DEAD

    Why? Why not.

    I used unix back at uni (before windows was anything but a joke, 10 [360kb] floppies to be loaded for windows to start (on boxes without hard-drives) and you only create a maximum...
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  8. Re: Printing Libre Office document problems after upgrade to Lubuntu 20.04

    Had you looked at the Lubuntu release notes prior to upgrading, you'd have seen



    You base Ubuntu 18.04 LTS system offers the upgrade, it's issues with the desktop (and GUI programs running on...
  9. Re: PC-BSD which later became TrueOS is now DEAD

    I too used PC-BCD, though never as a primary OS, it was much easier to install than FreeBSD (for desktop use).

    I haven't used it in a long time though; this, my primary hirsute install (artful...
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  12. Re: Ubuntu 18 headless server Samba share with windows 10 enterprise

    Ubuntu 18?

    Are you talking about a Ubuntu Core 18 headless server? or Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server?

    Ubuntu has used year format for their smaller IoT appliance/device/cloud products (which are snap...
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    Re: Most lightweight desktop?

    Your programs mean no desktop will be lightest for all.

    Krita

    Krita for example is a Qt5 based program that requires KF5 - https://packages.ubuntu.com/hirsute/krita

    so it'll be lightest with...
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    [ubuntu] Re: snapd? not sure

    I personally wouldn't purge `snapd`, but with a couple of commands you can disable it so it doesn't run (allowing you to enable it faster should you need it).

    I primarily use Lubuntu, which being...
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