4 years almost day to day after the Awesome framework 3.5 was released, here's 4.0.
Awesome is a window manager framework to build your own shell using some Lua libraries. It can be either minimalist or totally overkill. Nothing is imposed, everything can be changed, be free.
- Already available for Arch using the awesome-luajit-git from AUR. The build script is able to generate .deb and rpm for their respective distributions.
- Existing users should port their configs to the new APIs when they wish to upgrade. See the porting guide
So I installed Ubuntu Linux (16.04) for the first time on my brand new laptop hoping it would work great and I find out the sound doesn't work :(. I'm sorry to be a bother and all I'm new to Linux so I was hoping someone could give me a hand with this! My computer is the new Dell Xps 13 if that helps any and I installed Ubuntu from a live USB.submitted by /u/Ialwaysmessup
Hello, I'm confused between ubuntu and linux mint in picking my distro after researching on google. I've never operated on linux before and would like to get it for further CS classes of mine. Could any of the users tell me which one of the two I should get and why? Any help is appreciatedsubmitted by /u/BananaBreadBoy