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Install Acrobat Reader on Linux Mint 17.1

Step 1:

sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ precise partner"

Step 2:

sudo apt-get update

Step 3:

sudo apt-get install acroread

… and that’s all to it. Alhumdulillah ! 9 more words

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I switched and using LinuxMint.

Linux itself is so more fun than using Windows.  Even though a lot Windows software doesn’t run on Linux, there is a lot of Linux software that can do the almost same thing, sometime the same thing and more.   20 more words

Linux Mint

I got Linux working!

I finally got Linux Mint (17/Rebecca) to download onto my computer! ^_^ I’m basically technologically retarded, so this is pretty cool. I’m rather proud of it. 136 more words

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Linux Debian Family: Many Flavors. Many Choices.

Introduction to Linux

Linux generally known as a free OS family with Linux Kernel as its heart which is growing at a rapid phase. Originally created by Linus Torvalds in 1991 it is currently maintained by Linux Mark Institute under the supervision of Torvalds himself. 933 more words

Linux

Finally got to chapter 3!

With some delay, I’ve finally made it to chapter 3 in my mom’s old Geometry book. ^_^ This will probably take quite a while longer than I anticipated to finish. 49 more words

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Which is Faster: Btrfs or ext4?

📅 March 12, 2015
“Butter file system.” “B-tree file system.” “B-T-R-F-S.”

Whatever the preferred pronunciation might be, the 64-bit Btrfs file system is now in its second year as a stable release since 2013. 1,001 more words

Linux

Installing Linux Mint

Installing Linux Mint is easy. Far easier than installing Windows for instance but first you have to create the installation media. This is not intuitive. 319 more words

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