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Manu “Makova”
Surviving and recycling me..
Surviving and recycling me..


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Help for uNav:

An alternative to this:

I didn't find this option in Wikitravel or Wikivoyage for "Things to do". It would be for adding a button into uNav and search interesting places for tourism around a coordinate.

Thanks in advance!

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Have a Release Party, Promote openSUSE’s Newest Version: There are just 9 days left for the release of openSUSE Leap 15 and the community can help spread the word of the release by having a release party and promoting the newest version of Leap. Thanks to hellcp people can decorate their blogs and website with the openSUSE Leap 15 counter:        A […]

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4.3.- Mover y redimensionar ventanas Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
_ Podemos mover y redimensionar las ventanas para trabajar más eficientemente._
#Libro #Ubuntu #Ubuntu18.04LTS

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Que opinas de lo que hizo este joven
o míralo aquí:

Cuando dedicamos un poco de nuestro tiempo a personas que lo necesitan, estamos dedicándole tiempo a nuestra alma.

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Issue 525 of the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter is here! Covering the week of April 22 - 28, 2018

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7 Awesome Open Source Analytics Software For Linux and Unix #unix #linux #opensource #analytics

7 open source analytics software for your web server. Alternative to Google analytics and to keep your visitors data private on your own server. Includes both CLI and GUI tools #linux #unix #freebsd #openbsd #opensource

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Podcast sobre la próxima UBUCON Europe Gijón, spain #podcast #ubucon #ubuntu #linux #gnu #softwarelibre

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Manjaro Linux is even more popular than Ubuntu and Mint on DistroWatch

The currently most popular Linux distribution is neither Ubuntu nor its well-known offshoot Linux Mint. Manjaro Linux makes the race and is currently in the statistics of the website Distrowatch front. Manjaro wants to serve several target groups, beginners as well as professionals.

There is therefore not the one Manjaro Linux, but rather various desktops are offered, such as the frugal XFCE or the more feature-rich KDE or Gnome versions. There are also community releases maintained by members of the Manjaro team, allowing users to choose from over a dozen variants.

What they all have in common is that they rely on Arch Linux, a minimalist distribution that is more geared toward advanced users.

Yes, I know DistroWatch is not the be all and end all of actual Linux usage but it is one indicator of interest shown in choices of distro. And what it is showing is a sharp increase of page hits for Manjaro Linux. See

#manjarolinux #archllinux #linux
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