What linux Magazine is best?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 1, 2004
I'm trying to decide what magazine to subscribe for. I found several on the net but I'm not sure which one to pick (getting it over here is quite expensive so I need to make the right choise)
I've listed only four I could find, if you know a better one don't hesitate to let me know!
best linux magazine?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 21, 2002
I'm looking to subscribe to a print magazine (in the US). Any recommendations?
[SOLVED] Linux kernel version with best battery life?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 21, 2011
I'm compiling and installing the latest linux version (3.1.5) on my 64 bit Ubuntu 10.10 install no matter what, but I've been reading several articles that say that the newer kernels have crappy battery life, but there is this magical patch that fixes everything, and on top of that another magical unrelated patch (the ever-so-famous 200 line one) that lowers the latency.
I was wondering if someone could set the record straight and let me know which version has which patch and which kernel version is the best for battery life.
Why Linux is best Operating System for Learning/Doing System Programming ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 19, 2004
Hi ppl .... am doing a sort ov research on linux and i need to know .. why Linux is best OS among others for learning system programming .... n wot is the competitive advantage ..... ?
Looking 4 ur co-operation ....... Plz plz plzZzzzzz ... Help me ...
What is The Best Programming Language to Learn in Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 13, 2012
Hi, All, i need some help.
I want to learn programming in "linux" that would I use to perform calculations, string manipulation, file processing, networking, etc.. I know that there are two programming language, interpreter and compiler language. Can you suggest what is good interpreter language for me? and what is good compiler language for me?
and then what is the reason for choosing them.
Best linux programming notebook?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 11, 2012
I'm looking for an ideal laptop for programming on linux. I currently have an old Thinkpad T400 (poor display, but awesome keyboard) and an Alienware M17x-R2 (good performance, incredible screen RGBLED 1920x1200, but gets really hot on linux even though fans are constantly running, you can feel the heat on the keyboard and its uncomfortable - probably related to AMD graphics). I am looking for a laptop with a good linux support, good battery life, and a very high-resolution display (1920x1080?). I also want the size to be fairly compact from 13" to 15" (fairly light too). I want this laptop to replace both notebooks, although I'm not expecting it to outperform the 17" monster alienware, but I am expecting good performance. It doesn't really need to game, but it would be nice if it a little GPU power behind it for mobile graphics development. I will leave hardcore gaming up to a custom desktop with my leftover money. Does such a notebook exist? I would like to keep the pr
Best Coding Language for programming Linux apps
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 6, 2012
I'm in the process of teaching myself C# using a For Dummies book. As far as linux is concerned, am I on the right track? Is there a simpler language I should learn first? I'm completely green, so recommendations, tips, software, any and all advice is helpful!
I want to be able to write my own terminal-based software, if that helps you in your response.
Best Way to Learn Linux Programming
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 20, 2004
Hi... im a newb incase you were wondering
Yes i know, you guys prolly get this a lot but ive spent some time and money into wanting to learn linux, and was hoping if you guys could give me a little edge
I want to learn Programming, and i also want to learn Linux, and maybe eventually make Linux Programs
Ive tooled around with linux before, but only with the (I look like Windows) distros. Ive also bought a book to learn how to program C and C++, and also a book CALLED Linux Programming.
I want to know if you think it would be better to learn how to program C/C++ before i get into Linux (I have Visual C++ for windows) or is there a better way to learn how to program efficiently?
Thanks in advance
Best HQ Photo printer for Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 18, 2013
I a longtime Linux User, and a longtime photographer.
I have a Canon pro 9000 and with linux is a pain in the ass.
So I'm looking to new printer, to print HQ photo on big paper.
Did someone have any expérience with this kind of hardware under linux ?
[SOLVED] Best Printer Driver Support for Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 7, 2013
Just a quick general question. Who has the best printer driver support for Linux operating Systems?
Thanking you in advance
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