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  1. #61
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    Success is must for a newbie to keep coming back. So I would recommend Ubuntu and Mepis. The first has the Gnome DE and the second comes with KDE. These two will give a newcommer to Linux a taste of what one can do. They just work. Later, when one feels comfortable jump on the Debian proper band wagon.

  2. #62
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    hi im glad to be in the forum it is my first time

  3. #63
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    You're onto something cool for newbies

    Trying live CDs with different desktop environments like Gnome and KDE is a smart move. It's all about finding what clicks for us.
    Plus, congrats on your 1000th post milestone
    Linux journey's all about the adventure as I think

  4. #64
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    brezzsent thank you very much for the advice. I'll try to install Ubuntu

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    Success is must for a newbie to keep coming back. So I would recommend Ubuntu and Mepis.




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  6. #66
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    What specific aspects of Ubuntu and Mepis do you believe make them suitable choices for newcomers to Linux, and how do these distributions contribute to a successful introduction to the Linux environment?

    As a newcomer to the forum, what motivated you to join, and do you have any specific goals or interests related to the Linux community?

    Congratulations on reaching the 1000th post milestone! How has your Linux journey been, and what aspects of the adventure do you find most engaging or challenging?

  7. #67
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    Quote Originally Posted by Korealbophy View Post
    What aspects of the adventure do you find most engaging or challenging?

    That would be: 'Putting up with and dealing with 'Super Cookies'...
    Super Cookies are probably responsible for most of the intrusive hacky grief on the internet.. Super Cookies are like 'loaded guns in the hands of entitled elitist spoiled brat kiddies'...
    Would nice if there was an 'SCS', a 'super cookie shredder', a cookie firewall program that filters and attaches a nannybot to super cookies on their way in, and rips out its sticky parts, and quarantines those nasty little elitist anarchistic corporate-evil demons in a 'cookie-jar toilet', copying only its good qualities and useful functions and features, sending a cleansed cookie through the cookie killer maze, while adding a self-destruct mechanism to the cookie the moment it starts to work, converting it into a simple benign cookie, no longer an overly active oozing cancerous infection of hell-world's moralless mannerless manipulative insatiable money-sucking life-eating corporate-greed, feeding upon us like how wild african dogs feast on their alive prey... (YouTube surf: 'wild african dogs eating their prey alive', to get a sense and feel of what the soulless cannibal elitist Greeds are doing to our Internet, our Linux World, our Lives.. To them everything that tastes good is their food, especially us.. Youtube surf 'china human meat')..

    Seems we need a serious cookie firewall between the internet and our computers, a secondary OS in front of the browser.. Something that filters the internet big time, essentially chopping off the kraken beast's tentacles as they reach to cling to the browser before those vile little turds get their claws and sucker-tubes into the OS.. Then the internet would be less predatory, less intrusive, less manipulative, less ambushive, less costly, less criminal, less evil, less offensive, less irritating, less war, less bullying, less inquisition, less hell...
    Last edited by Demanding Truth; 02-04-2024 at 05:26 PM.

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