Coming to OpenSUSE from Arch with GNOME, I found that KDE is seriously lacking in terms of customization. GNOME, due to gtk, has so many quality themes : Adapta, Flat-Plat, Arc and its numerous derivatives, but the only notable theme I was able to find on KDE was of Arc-KDE.
I am liking KDE on OpenSUSE due to its responsiveness and speed, but the lack of themes is off-putting. Is this lack of themes due to usage of different architecture or something else?submitted by /u/iwantatrophy
Link: GNU grep
- Examples are given for most options, including some options like --no-group-separator which are mentioned in info grep but not found in man grep
- Regular expressions covered in more detail and includes examples for PCRE as well
I am also trying to build something to let users solve questions right from command line itself. Finished grep exercises today, 89 questions across 16 sections, please go through readme before starting.
Link: grep exercises
I would be updating the repo with other command line text processing tools like sed, awk, perl, sort, etc in coming months... Would be great help if you can give feedback on both the examples as well as the exercises...submitted by /u/ASIC_SP
I'm trying to install openSUSE Leap on my new laptop.
First I downloaded "openSUSE-Leap-42.2-DVD-x86_64.iso" from here https://software.opensuse.org/422/en and used Etcher to make a bootable USB drive on an old 8GB Kingston DataTraveler. After flashing Etcher check the drive successfully, but I decided to run "Check installation media" just in case.
There was a screen with green loading bar at the bottom. The bar loaded to 100% and I started waiting, because in the docs said "In case the check was successful, the normal installation routine starts. If a corrupt media is detected, the installation routine aborts". After 15 minutes I pressed Esc to details of the progress and in the past 40-50 minutes the screen is stuck like this.
What should I do? Can I damage something if I shut down holding the power button? Any help is appreciated
The laptop is Asus K550V / i7-6700HQ, 8GB RAM, GTX 950m and trial Win10 on one partition.submitted by /u/Night_Watch_BG
I installed Linux on my dads work computer because it was too slow and couldn't play minecraft, but after doing so. .I realized that it had all of his work files on it and they were erased (I didn't think the install would do that)
now I need help getting the files back or my dad is going to be extremely angry when he gets home and I'll get grounded
please helpsubmitted by /u/debianiscool
In part one of this series, What Is Kubernetes?, and in part two, Why Choose Kubernetes to Manage Containerized Applications?, we learned what Kubernetes does, its architecture, and how it compares to similar container orchestrators. Now we'll learn how Kubernetes was descended from the secret Google Borg project.
Reddit: I see a lot of criticism of GNOME devs, but never their own perspective or responses. Anyone know why?
I've heard people say that GNOME devs:
- Think their users are stupid and don't know what's best for them.
- Are hostile to outside contributions and feedback (from the community, but also e.g. from Canonical).
- Use their position to push Red Hat technologies like systemd.
- Are in their own bubble and are very out of touch with the Linux ecosystem (one person recently said that a GNOME dev was not aware of the existence of XFCE; I'm not sure how that happens).
But I've never head GNOME devs reply to these criticisms (or any of the others). Does anyone know why that is, or where I could find them sticking up for themselves or explaining their take on their decisions or on whatever controversy?submitted by /u/thinkpadkeyboard