best linux distro?
location: linux.com - date: March 6, 2011
right now I'm running ubuntu 10.04, but there's so many things that don't work. I have an nvidia gforce gt240 video card, and I've tried countless times to install it, but it just never works. I also have tried to install starcraft 2 a couple times with no success. I have starcraft one installed but even that doesn't work sometimes. my question is, is there a better linux OS that's more compatible with things?
Best linux for me? Please help
location: linux.com - date: June 16, 2011
Hello. I'm thinking about installing Linux on my computer and dual booting it with windows 7.
I have a laptop, MSI FX603, specs:
M480 i5 2.67 GHz
2 graphics processors Integrated Intel and a NVIDIA GeForce GT 425M
Which distributor of Linux would you recommend? I would like something reliable and friendly to someone who would like to start learning how to write in Linux and other script (I've only had experience with Macromedia flash and html previously) .
Nokia N900 Maemo/Linux phone
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 27, 2009
At last, the holy grail in phones as far as I'm concerned - WANT... NOW !!
What is a good Linux Phone
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 21, 2010
Is there a good mobile phone on wich I can use linux packages?
What is the best Linux Distribution to virtualize my OS?!
location: linux.com - date: July 7, 2013
Hello to everyone, i'm looking for a Linux Distribution that permit me to transform my Desktop Pc in a Super Light and Fast PC were i can launch all the Virtual Machine that i need.
for example i could launch a VM with smoothwall as Firewall, a VM with Win Server (or Linux equivalent if i could) with installe BugNet and SVN server and so on.
someone can help me with my quest?! :)
Best Linux distro for optimize battery consumption (Asus EeePC)
location: linux.com - date: March 28, 2013
I'm very new here and I'm not sure if here is the proper site to post this question (I apologize if not).
I've using linux for a couple of years (Mint) trying to move from windows to Linux. I've an old Asus Eeepc 1005HAB with XP and I've installed LinuxMint Isadora (Gnome) with dual boot. I'm really really happy with the performance of the system, but the problem is that the battery consumption is very hard: with windows the battery last more than 2 hours, but in Linux it hardly reach the 90 minutes (without using video and/or audio). It's truly annoying because I really DO LIKE LINUX!!!
I've investigated several solutions. For example, moving to LXDE I've noted a drastic increase in battery life, especially when using powernowd to configure processes and eeepc applet (don't sure if jupiter and eeepc applet obstaculizes each other).
But I'm thinking about moving to a distro that be focused in optimizing the battery use, mainly by including built-in kernel configurations a
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 magazine?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 3, 2007
There are lots in the UK but theyre very expensive, I think Linux Format is £6.50!! I can imagine that they arent very good either, DVD included or not.
Im intrigued by Linux Journal as it seems to be informative and good value for money.
Is there a particular Linux mag thats the one to buy?
Best Linux Magazine?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 1, 2005
What is the best Linux Magazine on the newstands? Magazines available in the UK only please.
best linux magazine?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 21, 2002
I'm looking to subscribe to a print magazine (in the US). Any recommendations?
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