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@Mostly_Linux on #Mostly_Gaming Podcast Episode 0.12

Mon, 2018-06-18 04:51

Small Talk:

Back to Solus!


Overwatch League Standings | Microsoft's Next Gen Console Plans | EA's Fake Gamer Backlash | Librem 5 Update | Courtney Hadwin

Giveaway #Giveaway #Giveaway

Check out the thread on our sub to see if you're a finalist and confirm to win!

Recommendations & Releases

What's Happening On Steam | Discovery Queue

New Games

What We've Been Playing

Pillars of Eternity II (Failed Again)

Focus On (Topic)

E3 Top Picks and Disappointments

Closing Comments

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Review of Devuan 2.0.0

Mon, 2018-06-18 02:13

Best Windows Themed Linux Distro For Gaming

Mon, 2018-06-18 00:10

My question is simple, what's the best Linux Distro that resembles Windows(or has a really nice design not one of the old or ugly ones I've seen) and is focused on playing Windows games with Wine, I'd like to hear your suggestions because I am new to Linux Gaming and I am thinking of switching from Windows.

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Are terminal commands same for every distro?

Sun, 2018-06-17 23:50

As question said, are terminal commands same for etc. Mint and Black Arch (from basic commands to advanced)?

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[Question] [Request] anyone got direct download links for the Linux distros in the Microsoft store?

Sun, 2018-06-17 22:29

I’m looking for the direct links to download them so I can install them without using the Microsoft store

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Are there any automated, open source door locks? I want to avoid the security issue of support eventually being dropped.

Sun, 2018-06-17 22:18

Sorry mods that this isn't immediately Linux related, but this is one of the best places to ask, plus I'd like Linux support (eg being able to ssh in to change settings).

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Better setup for developer's workstation

Sun, 2018-06-17 22:11

Over the years I've used most of major and minor linux distros and since Fedora 21 I'm with it.
Now days I feel that it becomes new Ubuntu and I hate it - it becomes really bloated disto.

So, I'm exploring options to go with some basic distro with good community support and not so have to maintain as my main daily job is software development.

Few of my colleagues use Arch Linux with i3 and Gnome.

Idea behind i3 is really great but I need from time to time to undock my laptop and go to conferences, do some presentations, setup meetings so I'm not sure if that is suitable for that type of tasks as well.

I'm not highly opinionated on this so any suggestion is more then welcome :)

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Linux based program to recover lost data on Android?

Sun, 2018-06-17 21:41

Is there a program to recover Android data after the phone has been factory reset? My best friend went home last night to her apartment in ruins and her now ex boyfriend gone without a trace. He took her legal documents, the car, everything. He left a manipulative note, and his phone factory reset so that she can't contact him or have any way of knowing where he is. She is 3 months pregnant with his child and was left in tons of debt. She has no idea where he could be. I was thinking there might be texts showing where he went. I just want to help her find him and get her things back. My boyfriend and I are knowledgeable in Linux and have a few different Linux distributions already. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.

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I made a Linux app that takes a different approach to browsing internet. Janus Workspace Desktop - Browse Easier

Sun, 2018-06-17 19:33

Hi Reddit,

This is my first desktop app (developed and primarily used on Ubuntu). You can find it here -

Janus Workspace Desktop takes on a different approach to browsing. It allows you to open as many windows as you like in every tab and navigate easily between them.

All windows opened within Janus Workspace share the same session. Meaning you can log in with a certain account once and use the same login in Janus. If you want a separate session, sort of a persistent Incognito you can open such windows as well. It is really useful for monitoring several ad campaigns for different profiles. It supports a huge amount of regular browser functionalities and shortcuts -> You can find Janus Twitter account at and here is a simple usage example

If you want to try it out - I have added a special user for Reddit - username is Reddit and password is reddit.

No usage statistics are kept in the application. The only user data that is being kept in it is your registration info. All login details that you use in it are out of Janus's reach. Google Analytics statistic is anonymous and can be stopped from the settings menu.

Also - there is a chrome extension version that is rather limited due to the chrome enviroment. For more functionalities check the desktop version of Janus. If you want a ligther more limited version, the chrome extension is just for you :) ->

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Bash script for copying files to another directory and renaming it

Sun, 2018-06-17 18:10

Hi everyone,

I am newbie in this, so I would like to ask for help with making a bash script, which would copy all my file ending with ".top" (*.top) and copies of that files also rename * (intead of star there are names of ligands, and it should be the same name as in originally ".top", but I need add "-mass" before ".top"). And new copies should go to "../dir1/dir2" directory.

Thank You...

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Premiere Pro alternative!!??

Sun, 2018-06-17 17:18

Can anyone who have used Premiere Pro tell me: why does almost all video editors on Linux don't have curves and advanced curves? For instance a speed ramp, or an opacity curve, gain curve, rotation curve....or even Luma mattes, transform, mirror, duplicate...or titling tools that toggles letter spacing, all caps button, titling keyframes, all of these are tools I use almost every projects. Where all all of these Premiere functions in Linux video editors? I like Linux, I do, but what's keeping me away is that it doesn't like it when it's removed from my drive(totally off topic) and it doesn't have a decent replacement for Premiere Pro. Premiere Pro has a serious problem with background services running when I'm editing so it hogs my computer, but while Linux video editors doesn't have this problem it doesn't have the basic functionality that I use every time with Premiere Pro. Can someone bring some light to this topic please?

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Apple Music on Linux

Sun, 2018-06-17 16:52