What is the best linux Netbook?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 4, 2010
I am going to buy a Netbook. I want to be compatible with linux(Ubuntu) and to run perfectly with no bugs. Which to choose?
Help choose best linux distro for oracle 11g
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 10, 2013
I am a newbie to Linux. I have used it before and do not have much knowledge on disk partitions and etc. I have a project to do with a linux distro along with Oracle 11g DB.
Please help me to select a best linux distro for this purpose.
best linux os for 500mhz 64mb pc
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 21, 2013
Hello all, absolute cherry here, so be kind to a rank 'newbie',,,I have an older pc I have had for yrs. Compaq presario 7360, which is 500mhz, 64mb ram ( will upgrade if all goes well ) 10gb hard drive. and it has a usb port for the flash stick to load it with.. Now for the questions, many I fear. The internet for this will be using a broadband cable. highest rating our provider has, suddenlink.. so which flavor linux?
I am so new to this stuff I dont have any clue in spite of the nice forums and youtube videos explaining "HOW TO LOAD' etc. I saw that Pinguy looked great, but was for better pcs than mine. I should add at this pt, this pc has 10 gb hard drive. All I want this pc for is for internet, email, and maybe possibly viewing shows on television fanatic and youtube. That is it. If the word processor works good for the os then I may use that too. I no longer have a working A drive on any of our computers besides this one. so no dice on using a floppy disk. The cd drives are c
What is the best Linux based Server OS?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 20, 2012
I was walking home from school yesterday and saw an old IBM Thinkpad r31 laptop just chucked on the footpath. I put it in my bag and went home. I opened it up and turned it on. It worked perfectly. The only physical damage that it had was the scratches and a cracked screen from where they chucked it. I removed the screen. Cleaned up the inside and replaced a few things that were a bit dirty or permanently damaged from overuse. It is pretty old (from 2003 ithink). But it still has ample hardware capabilities to transfer files and be my downloading pc. Pretty much it is still the stock laptop but it has no screen. It has Windows XP Professional on it but i don't want to use XP. (I'm a linux user only) Do you guys know a good server os that i can use? There are 3 computers and 1 laptop in my house and i want to hook them up to the server. (Preferably wireless).
Thanks in advance.
Best Linux Quote I have ever seen
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 21, 2007
Just had to share this Linux quote with you all - I'm sure a lot of you have seen it before, but for those of you who haven't, its brilliant.
BTW: Would be great to hear some other Linux quotes if you have any.
(Sorry for the anti-windows side)
In a world without fences, who needs Gates?
Ubuntuthe best linux I used
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 27, 2008
I have used linux on my computers since 1998. I started with RedHat and continued with Fedora. I tried Suse, OpenSuse, Xandros, Slackware but I didn't have linux as my main OS. Linux was always something I used only for fun. A week ago I installed Ubuntu 7.10 and I was amazed. I switched both my laptop and my desktop to Ubuntu. I found a lot of free software to use for the data analysis I need in my lab.
Thank you Ubuntu.
You did a great job.
best Linux for architects
location: linux.com - date: March 12, 2012
I am an architect in a small firm that barely manages, and I'm trying to avoid costly CAD software by switching to cheaper and free programs and applications. I never considered Linux before because AutoCAD - the main drafting program - hasn't been known to work on Linux.
However, things change dramatically since I've tried to work in DraftSight and decided to test out several other linux-compatible alternatives. ( http://www.osalt.com/autocad )
I would like to try switching to Linux now and have the following questions:
1. Which Linux distribution works best with graphic-intensive software? (supports graphic cards - although not the highest end)
2. Which Linux distribution would you recommend for me as a user? - I have never used Linux or DOS, but I've had to learn at least a dozen complex drafting programs in the last decade, I used to be able to write HTML and use other people's PHP scripts too. I'm prepared to take a few months to test it and get used to it.
Grateful for ans
Best linux distribution for developers?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 27, 2005
I bet you must be sick and tired of hearing this but I'm one of those who is finally willing to put M$'s SW behind my back (after over 15 years of programming) and start using Linux. The problem is I don't know which particular distribution to focus on...
Therefore, in your opinion, what is the best Linux distribution for a professional hardcore C/C++ developer?
Thanks a million,
Best Linux Video Editing Software?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 27, 2006
Hey, guys, i use Sony Vegas 6 on XP, just wondering, is there an equivilant or better for linux?
Best Linux Video Editing System
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 21, 2009
It's been almost a year since I've done any video editing in Linux, so I'm wondering what program is currently the best for that sort of thing. Back when I was editing footage, Cinelerra was heading the pack, but some other programs were catching up.
I need to be able to do basic video sequencing, as well as chroma-keying, compositing, and (maybe) video stabilization. A program that works fast and doesn't crash a lot is a plus. Anyone know what's the best application for that purpose, currently?
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10