I've been itching to move over to linux for a while but I never had a computer that I was willing to install it on until now (used Virtualbox to test it out and learn how to use). It is a dell inspiron with 1.7Ghz (dual core) and 4GB ram.
Would Debian or Manjaro with KDE run well on the computer or would it make more sense to use a lighterweight DE?submitted by /u/0Sharkweek0
Hi, im trying to chose a good, chea0 laptop to run linux on. I have a desktop with windows, and want to have a linux running laptop to bring to class and work. Does anyone have any suggestions? Im not looking to do much besides code in java and the like.
Thanks you!submitted by /u/CabooseMSG
Hi !! All Im a newbie to this have some questions for you guys !! First of all I have 15" mid 2011 MBP, i took out CD Drive and the old HDD and put 2 SSD in there. I have OS X on both of the Drives and I'm thinking about put Linux in the secondary one which running OS X as of now. Question is....
Is it possible to do so ?
I can hold option key to choose Drive when booting right ?
Which version of Linux should i install ?
How to do it exactly ? anyone have instruction in detail that i can follow ?
Thanks All !! for your help.
Much appreciated :)))submitted by /u/kreamo24
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