Trying to recall for a friend getting into linux. Figured most people here would enjoy it as much as did so I don't feel weird asking. It was a neat book that explained everything using comparisons to the elements of a fantasy roleplaying game, but I can't seem to find any info on it. Can any sysadmin mages help me out?submitted by /u/flushkz
LinuxJournal: Habitica turns the struggles with perfectionism back on the perfectionist
Installing Arch Linux with UEFI enabled can be challenging for new users
Love them or hate them, Microsoft is here to stay.
Man, this is like from a dystopian movie. Twiiter massively ban people who post critical videos or tweets about Twitter. Trump supporters too, but that's obvious. But they started to ban people for criticizing Twitter, this is ridiculous. For example, twitter is massively banning people who share this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3ttPvRrpU4
Decentralized social networks are the only solution. What are our options? What are the top decentralized and libre technologies similar to twitter or facebook we can use in 2016?submitted by /u/brunteles_abs
Has this become a thing yet? I'm debating on grabbing a new laptop with Linux as the os, but would like to have something available better than the Intel built in most portables come with for times I need it. Google is failing to find me much other than Windows support.submitted by /u/bezerker03
I am pleased. I am really pleased. Fedora 24 delivers an excellent, modern experience. Such a refreshing departure from all the sadness I had to deal with it in the last two months. While it's not aimed at new users and does not offer D2D fun right away, Fedora still managed to give a most satisfying and a highly consistent experience. With a little bit of tweaking, it's superb.
Looking across the board, we have good networking support overall with a permanent workaround for Realtek woes, good smartphone support, stability, speed, battery life, excellent hardware compatibility, a much improved package management system. After pimping, the fun extends to multimedia and some extra customization. And Gnome isn't half as bad as it used to be. Really lovely.
There are some small problems still, here and there, the chief amongst them being the ultra short support life of a typical Fedora release. But then, just look at my CentOS 7.2 reviews, the recent Gnome and Xfce ones. You get pretty much the same experience plus a whooping 10 years of support. That's what I've always been waiting for in Linux. Anyhow, Fedora 24 is a very good summer release. 9/10, and I've had a lot of fun sorting things out, because they remained sorted out, there are no silly errors, and the network is solid and stable. Linux as it should be. This is your pick for this season. Enjoy.