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    Hi, I played with multiseat a long time ago,...

    Hi, I played with multiseat a long time ago, Mandriva linux 10

    First you needed several monitors attached to your computer configured properly so linux coould see (use) them, and several USB...
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    The idea of having the clonezilla image is that...

    The idea of having the clonezilla image is that you wouldnīt have to reinstall the OS and settings. But that works too.

    Good luck
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    More like store the base image in a safe place....

    More like store the base image in a safe place. Then use rsync to backup the data to another storage. In case of failure you would restore the clonezilla image and then rsync back the data.
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    Hi, What kind of video card you have? (model)

    Hi, What kind of video card you have? (model)
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    Since you want to make a bootable backup of your...

    Since you want to make a bootable backup of your server while on, and using tools available , I would use a two part type of backup. One clonezilla image as a full backup. This will keep the file...
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    Hi, maybe late for the show , but if i still can...

    Hi, maybe late for the show , but if i still can be help , then ..
    I would recomend for you to try Mageia Linux, especially the dual arch version, is very light, runs xfce , not LXDE and Mageia has...
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    Hi your thinclient is basically an Intel Atom...

    Hi

    your thinclient is basically an Intel Atom PC, it would only handle 2 or 2.5 gb of RAM.

    Have you change your default boot device to the SD on the USB?.

    You can however install in the...
  8. Hi, maybe late for the show but I hope I still...

    Hi, maybe late for the show but I hope I still can help

    You don't need a server per se for what you want, get a PC with maybe a Intel corei7 or an AMD with the new R7 processor. Add as much RAM...
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    using Mageia Linux I have has good luck with Dell...

    using Mageia Linux I have has good luck with Dell Latitudes and HP Probook, all hardware detected and worked at first boot. I really love the old Dell Latitude 7240 with sdd disk drive. Boots in...
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    Or since it is for learning purposes you may try...

    Or since it is for learning purposes you may try 32 bit isos. Also you can try already made virtual machines : https://www.turnkeylinux.org/

    Good luck !
  11. Yes, but only those with a text interfase. Any...

    Yes, but only those with a text interfase. Any app that uses graphics should fail
  12. Thread: xconfused

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    Who said they were? Linux commands or maybe...

    Who said they were?
    Linux commands or maybe "shell commands" are mostly calls to compiled and already installed programs in the system.
    with C you can make and compile new programs which can be...
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    RAM doesn't matter, the important , in this case...

    RAM doesn't matter, the important , in this case is the hard drive in your pc/server where the documents are going to be stored, the standard size for a hard drive these days seems to be 1TB, should...
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    Hi, I once looked for a network scanner and found...

    Hi, I once looked for a network scanner and found them to be quite expensive. Funny enough, a multifunction network printer (with scanner) was a lot cheaper. Look for a MFP wich has the option to...
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    HI, I'd say that if you need all these then...

    HI, I'd say that if you need all these then switch to a graphic GUI, and you can have links in terminal mode by the way:

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  16. Ha!, you made me doubt. I hadn't heard anything...

    Ha!, you made me doubt. I hadn't heard anything about it before so I went to check. there seems to be some issues with the processor's power managemente module and the integrated graphics.

    But I...
  17. Hi About your question about a distro that...

    Hi

    About your question about a distro that works "out of the box" with Skylake processors ... All of them
    Where you can find oddities is maybe with the graphics or the motherboard if you use UEFI...
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    Yep, you will need CD-rw (rewritable). These...

    Yep, you will need CD-rw (rewritable). These days most people use a usb stick
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    Hi, donīt be afraid :) Although using the...

    Hi, donīt be afraid :)

    Although using the command line can make things easier for some people, most distros have a gui for mostly anything these days.
    And about choosing one over other is more...
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    Well these are two separte things. How to become...

    Well these are two separte things.
    How to become sudoer

    And, I forgot to mention, Debian developers had some kind of disagreement with firefox developers, so they make their own firefox , just...
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    Hi debian uses apt as package manager, from...

    Hi

    debian uses apt as package manager, from the console type

    sudo apt-get update
    to update the repositories
    and

    apt-get install [package]
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    Thats ok, in the meantime you might want to try...

    Thats ok, in the meantime you might want to try some live distros to have your feet wet

    good luck
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    Hi Those are good options to try, I personally...

    Hi

    Those are good options to try, I personally like Mageia, as it has usually supported any hardware I have tried on it

    https://www.mageia.org/en/
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    You are welcome At work I had a Core i5 with 4...

    You are welcome

    At work I had a Core i5 with 4 gb of ram and stardard HD, Linux boot in like 45secs. Then I got a Core i7 and boot time was down to like 30 secs. Then i got a i7 laptop with a SSD...
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    Usually, yes. Linux distros has come a long...

    Usually, yes.

    Linux distros has come a long way now to make the installation process as painless as posible. Even dualbooting is a tried and mastered process. I am dualbooting win10 - Mageia linux...
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