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    Re: am I the only one unhappy with LXQT?

    I said Gnome. ;-)
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    Re: Why Ubuntu instead of Manjaro?

    I can answer that for most Manjaro Users... Installation.

    Arch is a wonderful distro, but it's installation is not easy, and takes quite some time and knowledge to set up.
    Manjaro has a very...
  3. Thread: Snaps

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    Re: Snaps

    There are some packages that are only available as snaps. "Caprine" is the first one that comes to mind...
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    Re: am I the only one unhappy with LXQT?

    One of the things I like about the "Buntu's" is that just about every desktop is available. Gnome, KDE, XFCE, and LXQt, are readily available. Even Budgie, and Cinnamon are now available.

    I've...
  5. Re: Creating a hoodie with Ubuntu logo

    You do not need permission to be a "fan-boi." If you want to print out the Ubuntu Logo and put it on your own personal hoodie, you are okay to do so.

    You CAN NOT, however, sell said hoodie as...
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    Re: Why Ubuntu instead of Manjaro?

    I fired up a copy of Manjaro because a friend told me that it was better at game performance than Kubuntu. He was right. I got at least 1-2 FPS more with some game, and 1-2 fps less on other, in...
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    Re: Which Netbook is Best for Linux?

    I just bought this bad boy, and I love it. Runs Kubuntu like a dream
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    Re: Anybody interested in Edge for Linux?

    Ever looked into Brave?

    https://brave.com/
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    Steam / Proton / Microsoft

    So, I am going to play the question game here.

    I am trying to figure out why a company like Steam would go head-first into a project like Wine, in order to create Proton for Linux users to play...
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    Re: Anybody interested in Edge for Linux?

    What Box? Do you have an Ubuntu Box?
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    Re: Anybody interested in Edge for Linux?

    You know... the more I think about this, the more I find "Edge on Linux" to be a ridiculous concept. Back with Windows 98, Microsoft integrated Internet Explorer into the Windows OS. It has been...
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    Re: 100 years back in time

    Three words. "Grey's Sports Almanac."
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    Re: Plant based "Meats". Your opinion?

    https://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/news/2019/06/27/arby-s-creates-world-s-first-meat-based-vegetable.html
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    Re: Anybody interested in Edge for Linux?

    In other words, a browser designed by Microsoft...

    Microsoft Edge, Spork Edition.
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    Re: Anybody interested in Edge for Linux?

    Since this is all just a "hypothetical" anyway. It could be available for people to review. However, if there is any "nefarious" coding in it, the Linux community would be quickly aware, and t

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    Re: Anybody interested in Edge for Linux?

    I could have sworn that I read that Firefox had switched over to Chromium from WebKit.
    Mandela Effect, maybe?
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    Re: Anybody interested in Edge for Linux?

    Yep. I think all of the major browsers are now. Firefox, Edge, and, of course, Chrome.
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    Re: Anybody interested in Edge for Linux?

    the Edge Browser is the only browser that can play "ForkKnife!"

    284406
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    Re: Anybody interested in Edge for Linux?

    Because, if the source code is available, it can be made into different types of browsers. Forks of Edge. Or, Edge of Forks...
    Anyway, really cool names can come from Edge. You know, how...
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    Re: 20.04 - Best Ubuntu Ever?

    As controversial as Unity was, I could see the benefit of the interface design. I, for one, liked Unity, but was glad to see it turn back into Gnome.

    I think once Gnome 3 was released, Canonical...
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    Re: Anybody interested in Edge for Linux?

    I think the question is simple... Will it fall under the "Free Software Foundation" guidelines? I'm pretty sure that it won't... but if it does, then why not?
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    Re: Plant based "Meats". Your opinion?

    I got a huge kick out of the Dunkin' Donuts ad that showed the Sausage Muffin, with a plant based "sausage" patty...
    ...but, was that a real egg on top of it... Is the egg plant based too?
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    Re: PPA's that aren't current

    Is that because I am using Kubuntu (KDE), and not Ubuntu (Gnome 3)?
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    Re: PPA's that aren't current

    Oh, the PPA adds in just fine. But the current PPA requires a couple of dependencies that cannot be made. What can be done about this, besides just wait until the package manager fixes them?
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    Re: 20.04 - Best Ubuntu Ever?

    Absolutely. Especially since I haven't used it yet.

    But I have been watching the slow evolution of Ubuntu since 8.04 Hardy, and this next release seems to be everything I am looking for in an OS.
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