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Linux Video Support / Problem getting bumblebee-nvidia to work on debian jessie
« Last post by arko on December 16, 2014, 03:53:49 PM »
Hi,
I am having a real tough time trying to get bumblebee-nvidia to work on debian jessie... It will be great if someone could help me out..please let me know what details you might need...

Thanks a lot,

Cheers,

Arko
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Linux Video Support / HOW TO INSTALL RPM OF VLC
« Last post by ParabikMiPl on December 12, 2014, 09:00:30 PM »
Hi,
i am looking for a TC:E Linux-Server Install tutorial. Can anybody help?
ApoPhis from Germany
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Os Talk / Re: New Operating System
« Last post by cyormoulpio on December 10, 2014, 07:18:20 AM »
As someone who has dealt with all those OS's, I can tell you that you won't come up with anything simpler.  If you plan to make a desktop OS that is really simple, you won't have java, flash or anything which means most websites will be useless.  Java, flash and such requires a lot of a OS to be able to function. 

If I were you, I'd just find the simplest and easiest to maintain distro and use it.  Trying to invent a OS from scratch would take many many years and a lot of work.  It's not something one person or even a really small group of people can do. 

Just my thoughts.

thanks I enjoy the feedback and your opinion
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Os Talk / Re: New Operating System
« Last post by dalek on December 10, 2014, 06:57:08 AM »
As someone who has dealt with all those OS's, I can tell you that you won't come up with anything simpler.  If you plan to make a desktop OS that is really simple, you won't have java, flash or anything which means most websites will be useless.  Java, flash and such requires a lot of a OS to be able to function. 

If I were you, I'd just find the simplest and easiest to maintain distro and use it.  Trying to invent a OS from scratch would take many many years and a lot of work.  It's not something one person or even a really small group of people can do. 

Just my thoughts.
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Os Talk / New Operating System
« Last post by cyormoulpio on December 10, 2014, 05:58:50 AM »
I am looking for someone to help me develop a new operating system, something that is not Windows, Mac or Linux but something new. the problems I see is Windows costs to much you cant modify it and has problems, mac is to constricting and expensive in both the OS and software as well it will only run on Apple hardware without modification. and Linux although it is free it lacks support and is simply not designed for a very basic user. (my opinion) I want something that is inexpensive, easy to use and well supported all in one. and i simply do not have the time or knowledge to do something like an operating system.

I would like to make two versions a basic version that would be free and a pro version that would cost anywhere from $5.00-$10.00 USD

If anyone is interested in helping please email me at:
cyormoulpio@dunflimblag.mailexpire.com

thanks
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yes it is desired ...
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Linux Tutorials & How To's / Re: Linux tutorial website
« Last post by aktiwari4u on November 18, 2014, 07:04:09 AM »
Thanks...
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Linux Tutorials & How To's / Linux tutorial website
« Last post by dizaster on November 11, 2014, 06:02:57 PM »
Hi guys,

here you have a website that covers many of the Linux topics, such as networking, hard disk configuration, booting Linux, etc: http://linux-bible.com
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Os Talk / Re: Dreckig OS Commands
« Last post by johnkingx on November 11, 2014, 04:36:56 AM »
Dreckig OS development has halted.
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General Networking Support in Linux / Re: how to use linux for an internet cafe
« Last post by johnkingx on November 11, 2014, 04:35:10 AM »
u can try Zencafe GNU/Linux its a desktop Linux distribution designed specifically for public Internet cafés. Based on Slackware and Zenwalk Linux, it includes auto-recovery features, Internet café billing and management software, and other graphical system administration tools. Zencafe's default edition uses Xfce as the main desktop, while its "Lite" edition, designed for older or less powerful computers, installs the IceWM window manager.
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