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  Mate 32 bit on Dell Dimension 3000. It works.
Posted by: collinsd65 - 08-17-2018, 07:44 PM - Forum: EzeeLinux Community Commons - Replies (2)

Hello everybody,

I am running Ubuntu-Mate 18.04  32 on an ancient Dell Dimension 3000.
Runs very well on the single core Pentium 4 chip, and 2GB of memory.
Does everything I need it to do, Office, shop online, and surf the web. All is well.



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  Big thank you to Ezeelinux
Posted by: Mattsorens - 08-17-2018, 07:33 PM - Forum: EzeeLinux Community Commons - Replies (1)

Thank you so much for starting this forum. Some of us have stopped or never have used Facebook and now we have what I know will be a great place to hang out and talk about Linux.

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  Greetings and Salutations!
Posted by: EzeeLinux - 08-17-2018, 07:31 PM - Forum: EzeeLinux Community Commons - Replies (18)

This has been a very interesting day... I just looked and the membership just passed 114! Awesomeness! I'm very glad to see all of you here.  Big Grin

I thought it might be a good idea to take a few moments to explain the ideas behind EzeeTalk

Some have asked why we are doing an old-school style forum when so many other chat services are available. The answer is this: We control everything about what happens on EzeeTalk. There is no corporation that can change it on a whim or take it away from us. It runs on our own server so your personal iinfo is not being added to any other database but our own. That means you can feel confident to share with us.

The forum software we are using offers a lot of flexibility. Users can share code, ebbed videos and share files. I especially like the code sharing feature because it always has been a struggle to share complex commands and short scripts sites like Facebook and YouTube. 

# Sample script.
echo "Hello World!"

How cool is that?

EzeeTalk will be what we make it. Let's work together to make it great. Be sure to check out the Support forums to see if there's anything you can help with. Even on the first day, I've seen folks jump right in already. Good! That's what this is all about.

A big thank you goes out to Jeremy O'Connell at CyberwebSolutions for all his help. He's the mastermind software engineer that makes it all happen... 



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  ubuntu18.4.1 and unmet dependencies for kodi
Posted by: jwk - 08-17-2018, 07:25 PM - Forum: Ubuntu - Replies (3)

I recently upgraded from 16.4.1 to 18.4.1 and tried to reinstall kodi from the ubuntu repository it failed and displayed message that says '' unable to install kodi: The following packages have unmet dependencies:  I also tried to install from the command line with no success, has anyone else install kodi on ubuntu 18.4.1   thanks for any help? sudo apt install kodi
[sudo] password for joe:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
or been moved out of Incoming.
The following information may help to resolve the situation:

The following packages have unmet dependencies.
kodi : Depends: kodi-bin (< 2:17.6+dfsg1-1ubuntu1.1~) but 2:17.6+git20171114.2125-final-0xenial is to be installed
Recommends: kodi-repository-kodi but it is not going to be installed or
Recommends: kodi-visualization-spectrum but it is not going to be installed
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.

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Information Fedora GNU/Linux
Posted by: alejandro - 08-17-2018, 07:02 PM - Forum: GNU/Linux, Unix, BASH and More - Replies (23)

Hello everybody,

I'm a contributor to the Fedora Project. I work mainly on: QA for new packages; bug reports; translation and reviewing; support on IRC, reddit and other forums; installation and initial configuration for new users.
Although I'm not a core developer nor a maintainer, I know my way around the system well enough to provide basic to intermediate support from time to time.

Fedora isn't the best distro for new users unless they have someone with more experience to ask questions. After the installation and initial setup, Fedora is really easy to maintain. I've been supporting quite a few installs for a couple of years now, and so far I've only intervened installing some obscure applications and updating from one version to another.

If I can be of assistance to anyone who wants to try Fedora, don't hesitate to leave a message or send me a PM.


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  Best wishes for a good start
Posted by: takis107 - 08-17-2018, 06:26 PM - Forum: EzeeLinux Community Commons - Replies (2)

Hi Joe,
Just a beginer in Linux, only one year experience.
Learned a lot of things watching your youtube channel, in which your way of approaching various subjects is easy for me to understand.

I joinned the forum cause i am sure my knowledge will grow in here with experienced people who share their intelligence.

thanks for having me

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  Hello Joe! and everybody else
Posted by: OpHawk - 08-17-2018, 05:56 PM - Forum: EzeeLinux Community Commons - No Replies

Nice work!
I've installed LM18 on an older Dell Inspiron and have Robolinux dual booted with win7 Ultimate, I know you don't advocate for dual booting, on my desktop/daily driver, an AMD A10-7700 on a Gigabyte board. Win7 only gets booted maybe once a month. I will be switching that over to something other than Robo.

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  Best Linux Distro &/or GPU support for a new Ryzen custom build
Posted by: LIFE.LinuxIsForEveryone - 08-17-2018, 05:46 PM - Forum: EzeeLinux Community Commons - Replies (1)

So my current setup is a late 2013 MBP; [font=.SF UI Text][font=.SFUIText]CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-4850HQ CPU @ 2.30GHz [2.3GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.5GHz) with 6MB shared L3 cache][/font][/font]

[font=.SF UI Text][font=.SFUIText]Since AMD has come out with Ryzen CPU's I'm going to build (in all likelihood) a Ryzen 7 - 2700x (8-core) build, 16GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM and choose the MoBo, M.2 NvMe SSD and GPU from there. [/font][/font]

[font=.SF UI Text][font=.SFUIText]I'm honestly torn on which distro to install (first), but probably KDE NEON, Ubuntu LTS (GNOME), OpenSUSE KDE, or possibly even Solus, Netrunner, or even Fedora. [/font][/font]

[font=.SF UI Text][font=.SFUIText]Obviously we can debate Distros all day, but I'm interested in everyone's opinion on which kernel/Distro has the best support for which brand & model of GPU with a Ryzen platform. [/font][/font]

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Posted by: DamianRath - 08-17-2018, 05:46 PM - Forum: EzeeLinux Community Commons - Replies (5)


Another day in paradise...   I'm looking forward to participating when time allows for it.

I'm old as dirt, have been using Linux since '96 and Unix longer than that and I'm a former...

- IT Educator
- Senior Unix SysAdmin
- Network Manager
- Chief Technical Officer (CTO)
- Chief Security Officer (CSO (global))

...and currently a Network & Security specialist with global customers.


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  Thank you for starting this forum
Posted by: davidspring - 08-17-2018, 05:32 PM - Forum: EzeeLinux Community Commons - Replies (6)

Thanks for starting this forum. I am the Director of College in the Clouds dot org where we promote Linux Mint and the Linux Mint community. We appreciate having another forum where our students can go and ask questions about Linux Mint. I also intend to review the forum periodically and answer any questions that I might have an answer to. 
Regards, David Spring M. Ed.

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