I'm thinking about starting a company selling computers with linux in Europe and aiming for selling cheap low-end linux computers for the non-gaming home use like internet browsing and e-mail. I will sell the computers with windows (more expensive) and Linux Mint.
What are your thoughts about specifications for a low end Linux PC and do you think there is a market for this?submitted by PiZZaMartijn
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I just learned about the x11vnc -create command and I love to use it on my headless ubuntu box, but when it creates a screen the resolution is to high for my computer to see without scrolling. I was wondering if someone knew a way to change the default resolution it starts up with?submitted by 12_nick_12
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The Korora Project is very pleased to announce that the first beta release of version 21 (codename "Darla") is now available for download.
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