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The Linux Setup - Silvia Sánchez, Fedora Ambassador

Silvia’s setups are interesting because of their variety. Multiple desktops and distributions factor into Silvia’s day-to-day work, which I find impressive (twice as many commands to remember!). 468 more words


Set keyboard shortcuts on XFCE4

On your xfce menu, open

Settings > Settings manager > Keyboard > Shortcuts.

There you may find a menu where you can set and reset keyboard shortcuts. 108 more words


[manjaro] open URLs with Firefox

Under Manjaro I ran into a strange problem. Using Studio 3T (which is a GUI for MongoDB), if I click on a URL, it’s opened in Chrome. 198 more words


Install Antergos 17.12

Antergos includes everything you need. Its default configuration provides you with a ready-to-use system. No additional steps are required after installation. You’ll be able to surf the web, listen to music, watch videos, and do anything else you like. 844 more words


Install Manjaro Linux 17.06

Manjaro is a user-friendly Linux distribution based on the independently developed Arch operating system. Developed in Austria, France, and Germany, Manjaro provides all the benefits of the Arch operating system combined with a focus on user-friendliness and accessibility. 590 more words


Linux Mint 18.3 Beta Xfce & KDE Editions Available to Download

The Linux Mint development team has uploaded today the Linux Mint 18.3 Beta release to the official download mirror, with 64-bit and 32-bit live ISO images of both Xfce and KDE editions of the operating system. 21 more words


Brief review of RedCore (a Gentoo fork)

Redcore is yet another distribution consciously staying away from systemd, it is part of their “philosophy” as it is for Artix and Devuan.  Redcore is a fork of Gentoo in a non Gentoo kind of way.  845 more words

Systemd-Free Linux