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I just ordered an Skylake NUC and will run Linux on it.
My distro of choice has been Ubuntu but I am fed up with the release cycle and would like more of a rolling release. I would say I am an intermediate level Linux user.
It's going to be a HTPC, I want to have the latest kernels... (0 Replies)
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i have a project in numerical calculus in c language
what unix i get better for this? (7 Replies)
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If I use Slackware for learning whether it will make any confusion in administering/using Redhat and SuSE since I have checked slackware is more like BSD.
Thank you. (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Tlogine
Help me find the best distro for the following configurations:
Intel pentium IV 1.6 Ghz
128 MB RAM :(
40 GB Hardisk with one very big partition more than 35 gb n another 2 gb partition.
windows xp is already installed but has enough free space (26gb).
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Discussion started by: bbala
I am using shell script to do secure ftp. I have done key file setup to do password less authentication. Following are the FTP Details:
FTP Client has Sun SSH.
FTP Server has F-Secure.
I am using SCP Command to do secure copy files. When I am doing this, I am getting the foll error
scp:... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: ftpguy
6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
There are soo many flavors of linux and i just cant choose/find the right linux for me...
I am hopeing for a linux that is a
Can fit of a seires (or 1) disk(s)
Lots of features (admin/mod features)
A learning mode or a detailed tutorial
Can work side by side with windows... (12 Replies)
Discussion started by: lithuaniaakid
7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I know that the rules say no school questions but I am in advanced topics and am going to go to college for programming and I want to find a easy first OS to start me out, please help, thanks (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: KoKo
Listen, if you know a bit of programming in C and need to program unix-type operating systems the next transitive stage is for sure C++. However, have in mind that Java is like learning C but 99% object-oriented(o.o.) and with no pointers or memory-management tricks. It would be good for you to see... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: SolidSnake