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To what extent can you tinker and customize Ubuntu when compared and contrasted with Debian?

Well recently I was using Ubuntu KDE, i.e. Kubuntu. You can customize it to look and feel pretty much like anything you want!

For example, are you tired of the Ubuntu logo rotating as your computer boots? 168 more words


What made you switch from Linux to FreeBSD?

I’ve switched to FreeBSD a few times, and always came back to Linux. FreeBSD is useful for various systems. Now days, you can even run top-notch desktop environments on a BSD system, like KDE and Xfce and others. 238 more words


Fedora: Banned?

I recently switched from Kubuntu Linux to Fedora KDE and have really been enjoying it. I tried to join the Fedora Forums today. Later I logged in to the forums to see what was going on and received this message: 97 more words


ISS Sunrise - an animated plymouth theme for KDE Plasma

With most Linux distributions now days you can modify the “boot” screen. This is where you usually see a customized logo for your version of Linux and a little spinning thing to indicate the computer is doing something in the background while you wait for the login screen to enter your password. 328 more words


Black on black tooltips in Firefox with Kubuntu

I use Firefox on Kubuntu, and for a long time I had an issue with the tooltips: the characters were printed in black on a black background (a slightly different shade of black, but still very difficult to read). 180 more words

Ubuntu 17.10 released

Today Ubuntu 17.10 and the official variants are released.

This is a intermediate version with only 9 months of support, therefore it’s not recommended for daily use. 19 more words


Why Ubuntu is the Windows 7 of 10.

You’re new to Linux!? Here, let me help you improve your overall experience(s):

su - 
> enters root password
apt-get install xfce4
reboot now

If you’re new to Linux, that’s like… 808 more words