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GNU/Linux Desktops: 3Q 2018

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Barney T.    2,206

GNU / Linux Desktops: 3Q 2018

 

GNU/ Linux Desktop Thread is split into 4 threads over the course of a year to reduce clutter.
1Q - January through March.
2Q - April through June.
3Q - July through September.
4Q - October through December.

 

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Themes: Name/where you got it (with link would be nice).
Wallpaper: Name/where you got it (with link would be nice).
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Programs: Name/where you got it (with link would be nice).

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Yogurth    1,945
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50 minutes ago, adrynalyne said:

Pretty...is there a dark variant (with dark file manager) of Your setup, do You know perhaps?

 

 

Never mind, it is included with the theme :) It took me only to follow the link You posted :)

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Q-truth    1

Since I'm a self professed "simpleton", I am enjoying Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. I got a Linux bible 9th Edition or the latest, and am enjoying it for its power yet, simplicity of use in some regards. I'm becoming well versed with Command line commands every week or two... sudo apt-get upgrade  or sudo apt-get update and even sudo apt search nvidia ... etc.

 

I'm really enjoying it. I have tried many times to break free of Windows eco-system and finally have since Linux now allows me to do everything I always wanted to.

 

But I'm loving Ubuntu 18.04 and I'm sure those Mint Linux users are enjoying their 19.xx version.

 

feels like family again.

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Mindovermaster    1,394
5 minutes ago, Q-truth said:

Since I'm a self professed "simpleton", I am enjoying Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. I got a Linux bible 9th Edition or the latest, and am enjoying it for its power yet, simplicity of use in some regards. I'm becoming well versed with Command line commands every week or two... sudo apt-get upgrade  or sudo apt-get update and even sudo apt search nvidia ... etc.

 

I'm really enjoying it. I have tried many times to break free of Windows eco-system and finally have since Linux now allows me to do everything I always wanted to.

 

But I'm loving Ubuntu 18.04 and I'm sure those Mint Linux users are enjoying their 19.xx version.

 

feels like family again.

This might go better in the distro thread... Anyway, Mint 19 is based off Ubuntu 18.04 :)

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Q-truth    1
1 hour ago, Mindovermaster said:

This might go better in the distro thread... Anyway, Mint 19 is based off Ubuntu 18.04 :)

maybe Ubuntu and greater Linux are coming full circle? 🤨

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ian    6

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