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braymundo
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook
11/15/18 10:07 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 27 Words

... you sure the C302CA will not run Linux apps? According to the linked resource below, its processor is based on the Skylake architecture, not BayTrail:

jackmgerm
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook
11/15/18 5:23 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 155 Words

... I am sure that my Asus C302CA does not run Linux Apps. The "Linux Beta" entry does NOT appear in the files window. I have done this process several times hoping that whatever didn't work would mysteriously just disappear so I could...

braymundo
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook
11/16/18 7:56 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 15 Words
PrimeSuspect
Re: Changing Up Your Linux Distro
11/02/18 12:55 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 216 Words

The truth is the Linux world is littered with stuff folks neither want nor need yet prospective migrants to Linux will encounter these and end up frustrated and disillusioned as a result with many moving back to Windows. Vanity driven distros are a...

DennyL
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook
10/27/18 3:58 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 133 Words

... nice write-up Jack, good info. and explanations.

I did notice a couple of nits though and just wanted to make you aware, it's not easy to proofread your own stuff, I know.

> Some older Chromebooks running Linux ...

THX-1138
Re: Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook
10/27/18 2:26 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 293 Words

... think some things need clarification in this article.

I think it needs to be clear that Chrome OS is Linux. It runs a Linux kernel, so running Linux software has been possible for a long time for competent users.

shinjox27
Re: Overcoming Your Terror of Arch Linux
11/10/18 4:16 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 143 Words
Vicilinus
Re: Changing Up Your Linux Distro
11/07/18 3:32 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 125 Words
zekemx
Re: 3 Free Personal Finance Apps You Can Take to the Bank
10/20/18 1:19 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 69 Words

I moved to Mandriva linux aroung 6 years ago and Homebank was installed by default (Now Mageia installs Skrooge) and they are both great programs..

Thanks again for your great review.. I will recommend GNUCash to my accountant. ;-)

emilwidmann
Re: Quirky Linux: Pleasingly Peculiar
10/02/18 12:16 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 44 Words

... it comes to small and useful members of the puppy Linux family tree, the most interesting offshoot is the DebianDog branch. It is a mixture of Debian live (build system, working apt package manager), Porteus (init system) and Puppy (look and feel).

01101001b
Re: Quirky Linux: Pleasingly Peculiar
10/02/18 12:08 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 134 Words

Quirky Linux is quite an inusual distro so it deserves time and particular attention to know it, let alone to write a spot-on article about it as you did.

Above all, I want to thank you because it's crystal clear you...

borisaman
Re: PC Innovation Is Back
10/12/18 2:19 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 51 Words

Something running Linux Mint maybe. What also seems to be happening is these manafacturers going out of there way to build things we cannot fix ourselves or via third parties. I find myself sticking with older...

jackmgerm
Re: Antergos Softens Arch Learning Curve
10/15/18 1:34 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 38 Words

My daily driver is Linux Mint, but I am close to replacing it due to the same reasons you...

gychang
Re: Quirky Linux: Pleasingly Peculiar
08/29/18 7:04 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 13 Words
Just-the-facts-please
Re: Quirky Linux: Pleasingly Peculiar
08/25/18 12:53 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 8 Words
Gemini1953
Re: The Future of Open Source
09/30/18 11:59 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 91 Words

It has many of the Linux advantages and utility and should be considered. OpenBSD, with its security considerations lacking Bluetooth 4 support and other limitations may be a bit less friendly and NetBSD may try to be too many things to too many...

makitso
Re: Ubuntu Budgie Distro: Simple, Clean and User-Friendly
09/25/18 7:33 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 80 Words

... Still, its design seems a bit too simplified for seasoned Linux users.

OK, so I consider myself a seasoned Linux user. For the last three years, all my home systems have been running xubuntu. Been following Ikey’s desktop since the...

PrimeSuspect
Re: New MakuluLinux Deserves a Spot in the Majors
10/03/18 10:45 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 243 Words

... have a lot of sympathy for Linux developers because a good number of them suffer from terminal non-recognition through no fault of their own.

In order for Linux usage to expand it has to take more ground from Windows which...

rlweisman
Re: OS Wars: Solaris vs. Linux - Part 2
09/16/03 12:19 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 704 Words

nathanh: "There are other factors barring Linux' progress into Solaris' core strongholds as well. For example, although Linux is starting to make inroads in the 64-bit space, Sun's SPARC hardware platform remains a top choice for companies that want to take advantage...

A clue for you!
Re: Apple Feels the Squeeze From Linux NOT
12/06/05 6:03 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 233 Words

Some insignificat burr on Apples ass like Linux is of no concern. Trying to make this news shows just how desperate the Linux boys are.
I guess Apple's secure UNIX that can run all applications from all platforms including Linux should make you pretty...

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