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  2. I guess you missed where I posted at Trouble at Scot's? (landzdown.com), "Feel free to create a "Funniest thing I saw . . ." in the Jokes forum or some other favorite topic in the Lounge here as well as what I wrote in your "Welcome" thread at Welcome, crp! (landzdown.com): "Actually, I was wondering if someone was going to start a "Post the funniest thing you saw on the Internets today" in the Jokes forum or Lounge. Feel free to start an "Interesting Stuff You Saw on the I-net Today" here in the Lounge if you wish."
  3. securitybreach

    Lots of Company; No One Posting

    Fedora is a bit more user friendly but last time that I played with it, I had to add a bunch of custom repos for a lot of packages. Redhat and CentOS are basically an industry standard as far as linux distros so it is nice to learn how the distro works compared to others.
  4. Actually using Fedora and CentOS , but your thought applies. So annoying.
  5. Not much activity and no long threads like the "Post the funniest thing you saw on the Internets today " thread here. Each joke is separate , a couple are catagories. But nothing that keeps you in one place to just easily scroll through. same here, no long threads like the " Interesting Stuff You Saw on the I-net Today " or "Cool Music Videos" here.
  6. Yesterday
  7. I thought it was literally designed to allow window's developers access to Linux tools.
  8. Good point. Perhaps using Windows as the lead-in, it is more of a "prompt" for Windows users to try Linux.
  9. I never understood their choice for the name of Window's Subsystem For Linux. Really it should be called Linux Subsystem for Windows since you are running Linux on Windows. Their name makes it sounds like you are running windows inside of Linux.
  10. Included in the notes about the Windows 11 Dev Channel release today at Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22518 | Windows Insider Blog: Quote Bleeping Computer has a nice article about it at Windows 11 can now install WSL from the Microsoft Store.
  11. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, @BarryB... wherever you are. I hope that you and yours are safe and in good health!
  12. securitybreach

    Chromebook and USB C hub

    Well a usb-c dock is kind of universal. I once plugged my Android phone into one of our USB-C docks at work and my phone came up just fine on a 27" monitor.
  13. zlim

    Chromebook and USB C hub

    I decided I didn't need a hub. I have a powered USB type A hub. (In fact, we have two or three of them). I kept my mouse in the one type A port, plugged my hub into the other type A port and was able to plug in my DVD burner with the Y-connector. I actually did this to test for someone if a purchased DVD would play. It doesn't so I told the person not to waste time buying an external DVD drive. I found this: Source: https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/183093?hl=en#zippy=%2Ccompatible-accessories-for-chromebook Truthfully, I rip DVDs into mp4 files and pu
  14. Please provide an example of what you're referring to. The rules there are straight-forward and the Lounge is the equivalent to the Restaurant here.
  15. securitybreach

    Chromebook and USB C hub

    Just have to make sure your USB-C port is a powered one or not.
  16. securitybreach

    Lots of Company; No One Posting

    No clue, I havent used redhat in years. Redhat is an enterprise distro so complicated and unfriendly is normal. It's why they offer paid support for their distro.
  17. In the move The Exorcist, people are concerned when Reagan levitates and her head spins around on her body But to any other demon, this is just a pair of normal activity.
  18. our math is manmade. the math of the universe - i'm not convinced one way or another. i'm still waiting to see someones do quantum mechanic numbers and some of the famous numbers like pi in base 8 and base 12.
  19. speaking of BATL, why in the world did RH go to firewallid to replace iptables? iptables was fine, firewallid is messy , complicated and unfriendly .
  20. I'm just training myself not to post here since we seem to be heading towards the last weeks. ( landzdown not thrilling me, evidently open ended threads are frowned upon or not allowed. )
  21. goretsky

    John McAfee Dies

    Hello, I had some string I needed to unwind, metaphorically-speaking. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  22. goretsky

    Chromebook and USB C hub

    Hello, That's a regular 45 Watt USB-PD (USB Power Delivery) schema, so you could leave the AC power adapter plugged into the first USB Type-C port, and connect the USB Type-C hub to the second USB Type-C port on the Chromebook. Here are some hubs which do not support USB-PD power delivery: Inateck USB C Hub SSK USB C Hub Uni USB C Hub (no USB-PD) Or, you could get a USB Type-C hub that supports USB-PD and provides pass-through power. The AC power adapter would be plugged into the USB Type-C hub, and then the plug the hub into the Chromebook. Here are s
  23. goretsky

    SSD Data Recovery Advice?

    Hello, You can check with a commercial data recovery service like DriverSavers, Gillware, or Kroll Ontrack about the costs involved in recovering the data. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  24. securitybreach

    Lots of Company; No One Posting

    I have actually kept three tabs open for many years, BATL, Post the funniest thing you saw on the Internets today and the Admin portal.
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