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Posted 8/19/14
Haven't used Linux Mint in a long time, but I'm using Ubuntu with KDE or Kubuntu. My next PC will be GNU/Linux only. Shame on Adobe for not making Flash open-source, but whatever! html5 is gonna replace it, soon.
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Sephigi wrote:

Haven't used Linux Mint in a long time, but I'm using Ubuntu with KDE or Kubuntu. My next PC will be GNU/Linux only. Shame on Adobe for not making Flash open-source, but whatever! html5 is gonna replace it, soon.

I'm using the current version of Ubuntu on a netbook at home. For everything I do on the PC (which isn't much), it works just fine. I'm not using my PC for gaming or anything like that, it's a tool to get on the internet and send out emails - so Ubuntu works great for that. It's quick and responsive.
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mdmrn wrote:


Sephigi wrote:

Haven't used Linux Mint in a long time, but I'm using Ubuntu with KDE or Kubuntu. My next PC will be GNU/Linux only. Shame on Adobe for not making Flash open-source, but whatever! html5 is gonna replace it, soon.

I'm using the current version of Ubuntu on a netbook at home. For everything I do on the PC (which isn't much), it works just fine. I'm not using my PC for gaming or anything like that, it's a tool to get on the internet and send out emails - so Ubuntu works great for that. It's quick and responsive.


I couldn't agree more, by the time I build myself a new PC, Wine will work like a charm, hopefully.
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