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Cura on Chromebook

Thu, 2018-04-19 00:00

I'm new to linux I am running Ubuntu on my chromebook, specifically so that I can get cura on there. I just can't seem to figure it out. Also, my webpages seem like they haven't loaded completely even though I refresh the page. Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks!

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Thermal Silicon heat pads.

Wed, 2018-04-18 23:11

Any idea where I can get 2.54mm thickness Silicon Heat pads ?

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Looking for a good Linux Laptop.

Wed, 2018-04-18 21:30

Hi all,

Can someone tell me if the Lenovo Thinkpad E580 i5 is a good laptop for Linux (Ubuntu)?

Thanks in advance.

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That feeling when all the computers around you are restarting and installing updates...

Wed, 2018-04-18 20:48

... and you're just chilling getting work done because you run Linux.

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It's time for more major manufacturers to offer Linux laptops

Wed, 2018-04-18 18:47

I'm nearing the point of needing to buy a new laptop, and while my last purchase was a Windows laptop that I installed Linux on (and now run Linux exclusively), that was four years ago, and my next laptop I would like to come with Linux pre-installed (vote with my wallet). While the options are clearly superior to four years ago, I'm disappointed that the selection isn't better.

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Possible Remote Soloution?

Wed, 2018-04-18 18:15

Hello /r/Linux, i work for a security company, and we recently Installed an A Series Exacqvision recorder that runs Ubuntu 12. We usually are able to access these machines through the Exqac VMS to resolve issues with the client side of things, however, we have been having some issues with the server itself, in this case we usually use Go To Assist, i was wondering iof anyone had any success using WINE to run GTA, otherwise we have considered using Teamviewer, but ive heard that its not the best experience using it between a linux and windows system. Any advice?

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I'm working on a "modern" minimal GUI email client for Linux and need more ideas - If you could pick THREE features for your email client, what would they be?

Wed, 2018-04-18 17:07

Hello guys.

I'm currently working (hobbyist) on a minimal GUI email client. I sculpted it after my needs, but I'm open to new ideas.

So my question is: If you could only pick THREE features that your email client would have, what would they be?

And in case anyone is interested: The client currently is very minimal and is supposed to remain (relatively) minimal. It is optimized for widescreen monitors, uses a GKT header bar, can display IMAP Emails and obviously send emails. There's no Settings screen/options. Everything is handled via a dotfile, so I can sync my accounts and settings easily across my machines.

Thanks in advance. I'm looking forward to your thoughts!

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Most popular Linux distro for small server

Wed, 2018-04-18 15:28

At the moment, what is the Linux distro for small servers (say a home cluster of 5 to 15 PCs) that is most popular (more users, bigger community, ease of use)? Are there statistics available about this (not distrowatch, which just counts clicks on their website)?

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