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  2. So here is my problem: I wanted a window manager switcher and found this one: https://github.com/xircon/wm-switcher. So I proceeded to clone it, so I could use it... ... and then I realized that I have no idea what I'm supposed to do with it! I'm used to windows but I am willing (and wanting) to change. Problem is: I'm always expecting icons. If I needed to run a program I'd double-click it, even python scripts. By the way, a little introduction: I've been using windows for over 20 years, can fix the thing even if you try really hard to break it on purpose, I was very frustrated with win10 and a few days ago I finally had enough. After doing some research I figured that Puppy Linux was ideal for me.
  3. I drive a Chevrolet Volt. Nothing exciting, but I didn't care to get real deep. Pretty boring. I know.
  4. Hello all. I have recently bought a new computer and plan to convert the OS of my old computer to Linux. I am in the capstone for my Bachelor's in IT so I have a pretty good understanding of computers. I may look into earning certificates with RedHat so I am thinking about using CentOS as my distro. My questions are: 1. Is it a good distro for beginners? (Again, I have programming and IT education) 2. Does anyone recommend any step-by-step (video or document) tutorials to completing the switch? Thanks in advance for the responses. Patrick
  5. Hello everyone, i have a problem and i need help, first of all, i moved totally to Linux (Debian10) probably like 8 months ago, i used this tutorial for disk partitioning and everything went perfect, then after some time i noticed that my /(root) partition was running out of space, the size of it was 30 GB, as the tutorial of disk partitioning suggested, and what i did was shrink the home partition (which is the biggest) moved it, and expand the root, all this on a Ubuntu live GParted, i have a dual-boot (be cause of uni i had to reinstall Windows) so after doing that, just in case, i ran Boot-Repair. Since then when i select Debian on Grub, it takes like between 5 - 8 mins to boot up whereas before the partition adjustment it toked like a 4th of that time, and keeps showing lots of errors like: ACPI BIOS Error (bug): Could not resolve [^^^GFXO.AFN2] , AE_NOT_FOUND (20180810/psargs-330) ACPI Error: Method parse/execution failed \_SB.PCIO.LPCB.H_EC._QC9, AE_NOT_FOUND (20180810/psparse-516) A star job is running for /dev/disk/by-uuid/03648bf7-3c03-45ad-9d91-a90eea220b66 (45s / 1min 30s) Gave up waiting for suspend/resume device /dev/sda2: clean, 504438/3049648 files, 7270848/12206336 blocks Does anyone know how to help me? I would really appreciate your help, thank you for reading.
  6. hatebred

    Im back.....

    been along time.. but i found my way back. hello to all from the past that are still around... <@lit> Hi!
  7. What am i doing wrong here? usage: ****** [-h] [-t USER_TARGETS [USER_TARGETS ...]] [-u USER_URLS [USER_URLS ...]] [-q USER_QUERY] [--loose] [-c CONFIG_FILE [CONFIG_FILE ...]] [-o OUTPUT_FILE] [-bc BC_PATH] [-sk] [-k CLI_APIKEYS [CLI_APIKEYS ...]] [-lb LOCAL_BREACH_SRC [LOCAL_BREACH_SRC ...]] [-gz LOCAL_GZIP_SRC [LOCAL_GZIP_SRC ...]] [-sf] [-ch [CHASE_LIMIT]] [--power-chase] [--hide] [--debug] [--gen-config] ******: error: argument -o/--output: expected one argument root@kali:~# ****** -o -t fakeuser@yahoo.com -bc /home/kali/Desktop/ root@kali:~# ****** -t fakeuser@yahoo.com -bc /home/kali/Desktop/ -o I get the same error message with the -o in either spot. I was modeling this after some tutorials where they had other flags, although not the -o, and it worked from what I could tell so I just replaced theirs with the -o. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance!!!
  8. you can read/write windows drives as long as they are not encrypted, linux won't install on C:\ it uses it's own file system, so I assume you mean that the C:\ drive is where you intend to install linux, if so, it will take over that entire drive with it's own filesystem
  9. Please forgive me, I am coming from the windows world and am sure I am using the wrong labels/terminology regarding drives. I have a Dell laptop with a 1TB NVMe C drive and a 2TB D spin drive. I want to install Linux Mint Cinnamon to the C drive so that I get the greatest amount of speed which means disconnecting the D drive to insure the Linux is loaded to the C drive. Can I later connect the D drive and use that for bulk storage?...like for photos. Thanks
  10. Every time I install packages using the apt tool, this little error always pops up. The install goes fine, all packages work fine. But I just wanted to know if it's a legit error, and if I can fix it.
  11. Oroshi

    Arch Linux

    Running Arch Linux XFCE 4 whisker menu Powerline Theme Archway Neofetch information What do you think of screenshot? I know it pretty plain and simple lol
  12. Can't decide which Distro you want to use? Don't worry! You can try out various Distro on https://distrotest.net/ it's free! This will help you to finding the right Linux Distro for your needs. ENJOY!
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