MobiliZon: the new Framasoft project designed …

MobiliZon: the new Framasoft project designed to create platforms for managing communities and events (libre alternative to Meetups and Facebook groups):

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Linux Native Steam Curators?

Linux Native Steam Curators?:

Currently, I am following

  • The Linux Gamer
  • Broken Linux Promises

What are some other curators that I follow to check out some games that my slip my radar?

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The true purpose of Artificial Intelligence & …

The true purpose of Artificial Intelligence & Blockchain:

The true purpose of Artificial Intelligence & Blockchain

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Help me switch ( Lenovo Y720)

Help me switch ( Lenovo Y720):

After a brief test of different linux flavors I found that Mint was the right one for me, I already switch to mint on my desktop and I am loving it. Now i want to switch on my laptop and found a couple of problems, did some research but couldn’t fix most of my problems:

•Sound quality and volume at 150% compared to windows without Dolby Atmos is bad and lower, the mic is also affected ( it’s is really important for me)

•Battery drain is higher when wifi is being used compared to windows doing the same task;

•Keyboard light requires a windows program to be installed to function ( maybe be able to run the program or something else entirely);

•Touchpad is bit imprecise when comparing to windows;

Now I know I am asking a lot, but if someone could point me in the right direction, I could make the switch permanently.

(Laptop specs: i7 7700hq+1060 6gb+8gb of ram+275gb nvme with 1tb HDD)

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When I give my memory back to the OS

When I give my memory back to the OS:

When I give my memory back to the OS

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Help me switch ( Lenovo Y720)

Help me switch ( Lenovo Y720):

After a brief test of different linux flavors I found that Mint was the right one for me, I already switch to mint on my desktop and I am loving it. Now i want to switch on my laptop and found a couple of problems, did some research but couldn’t fix most of my problems:

•Sound quality and volume at 150% compared to windows without Dolby Atmos is bad and lower, the mic is also affected ( it’s is really important for me)

•Battery drain is higher when wifi is being used compared to windows doing the same task;

•Keyboard light requires a windows program to be installed to function ( maybe be able to run the program or something else entirely);

•Touchpad is bit imprecise when comparing to windows;

Now I know I am asking a lot, but if someone could point me in the right direction, I could make the switch permanently.

(Laptop specs: i7 7700hq+1060 6gb+8gb of ram+275gb nvme with 1tb HDD)

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Does Ryzen 3 2200g APU work properly with Linu…

Does Ryzen 3 2200g APU work properly with Linux mint?:

Today or tomorrow I am receiving my new build. It’s a Ryzen 3 2200g APU. I have read that some Linux distros don’t properly pick up the vega 8 graphics and is not supported.

Does anyone here have this APU working with mint?

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a little boolean for y’all

a little boolean for y’all:

What did true say to false when false shoved him on the ground?

HES BOOLEAN ME!

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Control fan speed for AMD GPU?

Control fan speed for AMD GPU?:

I have an AMD RX580 that idles around 50c. I use MSI Afterburner to set the fan speed in Windows, but I can’t find an alternative for Mint 19 . Does anyone have any solutions?

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Forget concatenation. This is the real sin of …

Forget concatenation. This is the real sin of JavaScript.:

Forget concatenation. This is the real sin of JavaScript.

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