Linux Mint is, essentially, Ubuntu's base code, with a more Windows user-friendly UI. Anything you do with Mint can be done in Ubuntu, and vice-versa. The only thing that may get in your way is a change in installation flags, which is as simple as finding the instances in which Ubuntu is mentioned in your install script for the drivers, and replacing it with linuxmint.Hi exceptional individual here
how do i install AMD proprietary drives on linux mint 19.2 since i have a 144hz monitor but can't change the refresh rate
would it be easier just using ubuntu?
parnesh yoooou you you you son of bich. i know it was you who took shit inside my laptop so that i open it up to do work and instead i find your shit
realistically if you're not distributing illegal content yourself you're at the bottom of the priority list. i'm pretty sure that seeding torrents does count as distribution, though, and isps don't really like p2p traffic in general. but if you're just streaming and not doing anything crazy like maxing out your bandwith by illegally downloading 100 different tv shows your isp probably won't give enough a shit to do anything about it.What are the odds of getting fucked in the ass for illegally downloading (ebooks, movies, music, TV shows, your answer here)? Is there some threshold for this sort of thing that will bring the FBI to your house? Or where your ISP denies service? I actually never did much of this, and not at all lately, but with 800 separate streaming services coming I'm now rethinking being such a boy scout.
Also, b/c I'm a lazy nigga, does anyone know if there's a Chrome equivalent to this?
Its basically all I use Firefox for at this point. And it really doesn't even bypass paywalls, not really, more like lets sites think adblock is disabled when it isn't. Does that very well, though.
probably not, i think. outside of things like physical damage or viruses, computer slowdown over time is caused by fragmentation, where files aren't stored effectively which makes reading and writing less efficient, or just because you have too many programs running in the background. unless playing videos is making your computers overheat, i don't think that it should have any long-term effect on performance.Growing up my parents would always say playing YouTube or videos would eventually slow down computers and fuck them up.
Were they telling the truth?
clearly there is a demand for shitty unmoderated trashfires, even if only for the principle of having a shitty unmoderated trashfire exist.Why won't they just let 8chan die?
It keeps being brought back as shitty, unmoderated trash fires. (8channel, 8kun)
sourceforge got into some trouble a couple years ago for packing in toolbars or whatever, but it could possibly be your windows install was fucked before you installed qbitorrent.I've just done a freshinstall of win10 for my older pc and installed qbitorrent but for some reason malware bytes keep saying its blocking trojan
I'm confused about this i downloaded it from the offical website.
For me, at least, nothing beats a well-written paperback on the subject matter. I'd recommend this one for C++ in particular. Plenty of e-books and online resources exist as well; good starting points are Codecademy and Joy of Elixir.Does anyone know of good tutorials to start learning how to program? I've wanted to learn a few C languages and maybe get a job in a programming field but I've never known where to start.
Man just put Puppy Linux on their machine and get it over with.I built my parents a glorified Facebook machine that, about a year later, now takes about 10 minutes to restart and runs like a paraplegic despite almost nothing being installed with less than 25% of the HDD being used. Clearing temp files and running malware scans doesn't improve its sluggish behavior; is there anything I've been too exceptional to check?
If you really are an idiot, and not memeing, consider the following: