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Wayne F

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Arav Singhal's profile photoMari Donkers's profile photo
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+Arav Singhal Games? Isn't that what a gaming console is for?
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Chris King

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I have an old dell inspiron 1000 series computer that won't boot any 32 bit os it is an 32 bit processor.... tried lubuntu kubunt mint ubuntu gentoo puppy the list goes on.. I got one os running which disappointingly and ironically system rescue... it only boots from cd all images I have tried boot on other computers so the boot images are good. ANY HELP IS APPRECIATED 
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Kent Seaton's profile photoDaniel Mayer's profile photo
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+Xmetal​ What do you use instead? I've also had trouble with Unetbootin lately but didnt have time to do proper reading about it yet.
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Felipe Paz

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Hi guys, first of all, my apologies for my bad english. I've installed all I need to develop in PHP but when I run some script to connect to the database it does not work. My apache server is running perfectly, any script in php run perfectly as long as it doesn't need a db connection. I've created a simple php insert to test my connection and really it doesn't not work. What could it be this issue?

Ubuntu 16.04
Apache2
PHP7
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Valdis Klētnieks's profile photoRalph deGennaro's profile photo
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Felipe, I started out with apt-get install apache mysql-server php phpmyadmin. Also I download & install webmin (webmin.com). I did this on Kubuntu and just used Kate (text editor). That is what I started out with, what my basic install is for any new machine I use, and what I tell my students.

Another direction is you should be able to log into phpmyadmin with same user/password as in your php code. And see the database/table/field in the webUI. You can also take a look at phpmyadmin's code too for pointers.

Sometimes if an installation gets messed up, an apt-get purge is helpful. Use that with the packages you installed. Remember to backup files you've changed.
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Matías Sebastián Ávalos

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Ghost in the Shell
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Avichal Sharma's profile phototyler “sarcastic” roberts's profile photo
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Glenn Vance

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BunsenLabs 8.5 Hydrogen, our community continuation of #!

Essentially, Debian 'Jessie' w/Openbox +!

Tracking testing
gtk- Arc-red-dark
obt- Iris Dark
icon- ACYL

Join us! :)

https://www.bunsenlabs.org/


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Chloe Sceo's profile photoGlenn Vance's profile photo
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Dual monitors +Chloe Sceo​
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Tiwo Satriatama

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How to install Hardinfo, a useful GUI #application  to gather #hardware  info in #ubuntu #linux  and derivatives system such as  #elementary  OS
Looking for CPU Z alternative for Linux? Here's the hardinfo system profiler and bechmark you can try now
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Dimondman_ Modder

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Hello there! I recently just made a game for Windows,Mac, and Linux and was wondering can you play it, here's the link http://gamejolt.com/games/the-fatal-4-vs-dr-control/170262
This "The Fatal 4 vs Dr. Control" its a beat em up Superhero game (indie super heroes)in this game you must stop Dr. Control from taking over the world, for more information follow this game to...
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sachin karki

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Let’s talk about some fun in linux with these best terminal based CLI linux games . There are many games available these days for linux but here we are posting CLI games only. Check out some of the terminal based CLI games for linux. 1. Nsnake Nsnake is the text version of the classic Snake… Read More »
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Martin Møller Skarbiniks Pedersen's profile photoWilliam Maxwell Iceladen's profile photo
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My favorite one is being more efficient than people that clickity click. 
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Aamir Shahzad

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Today I was able to configure this Black Copper BC-85AC Thermal Printer on the Linux for POS system
 
Today I was able to configure this Black Copper BC-85AC Thermal Printer on the Linux for POS system
http://www.blackcopper.net/thermal-printers/8-black-copper-turbo-thermal-receipt-printer-bc-85ac.html
Introduction I am feeling very proud to announce the freely availability of RoshanTech.com Point of Sale Operating System (POS OS) 1. It’s Linux based (Linux Mint 17.2) POS OS. POS OS is a Retail Management Solution. RoshanTe...
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This is a friendly community all about Linux (or GNU/Linux if you prefer) Please avoid posting other groups, links to your own sites (unless its relevant one off), or similar spammy type posts. Pays to avoid posting nudity, or men/women in skimpy outfits for any reason (including wallpapers) if you can help it, not everyone finds this acceptable. Anything else Linux related is fine . Try and avoid posting anti-windows,anti-anything. We do not need to put down other OS to make ours seem good - its already the best! *Moderation* Some people appear to be under the idea that moderators can somehow edit a post, or close comments on it. What we can actually do, is only remove the post from the group. This does not remove the post from google+, and any new comments on it will still notify you if you have commented on it. Google catches a vast majority of spam, particularly if you click the report button on it. When you click the report button on it, it immediately hides it from view of other users and flags it for us to either delete or otherwise. Thus , your powers to click report, are equivalent to ours to remove, either one will remove it. We just get the option to ban also. So if you see things that are not Linux related, offensive, or otherwise, click that report button so it hides it from other and flags it for us to remove. Feel free to tag us if you think its vitally important to ban somebody for some reason (not just because you disagree with their opinion). Feel free to suggest new categories!

Jed Reynolds

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Macbook and high cpu usage? 
I recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 on my Samsung laptop alongside Windows 7. Whenever I use Ubuntu (even when its idle) kworker uses almost 90% of one of 8-cores. Even though it doesn't really affec...
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Michael Murphy's profile photoKarol Kacperak's profile photo
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Change a kernel
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Hi, i have ubuntu 14.04, when starts with user login, the keyboard don't works.
but when i choose guest user, it works!!!
I have Windows alongside...sometimes, the problem is in Grub starts. If i can select Windows, the keyboard work well (on Windows)...if i choose Ubuntu, don't.
i tried to upgraded to 16.04...but it still equal.
I've a Dell Vostro.
Do you have a fix?
Thanks!
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Brian Knutson

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Installing Linux Ubuntu Yakkety Yak (Love that name) in Hyper V. 
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Warren Spain's profile photoNoel Martin Llevares's profile photo
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And why on Hyper-V?
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Sam Palani

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25 years on, Linux still getting all the love. http://t.samx18.io/2bh8lPI #linux25
25 years on, Linux still getting all the ❤
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Sam Palani's profile photoBrian Knutson's profile photo
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+Sam Palani thanks I'll have to give it a try. Great post and story! 
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Allen Shockley

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"Over the years, I've become convinced that the BSD license is great for code you don't care about," said Linus Torvalds.

"Over the years, I've become convinced that the BSD license is great for code you don't care about," said Linus Torvalds.
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"The GPL ensures that nobody is ever going to take advantage of your code. It will remain free and nobody can take that away from you. I think that's a big deal for community management." - Linus Torvalds
"Over the years, I've become convinced that the BSD license is great for code you don't care about," said Linus Torvalds.
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Matt Quinton's profile photoVictor Tran's profile photo
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+Matt Quinton What can I do with your code? :P

(Yes, I'm joking)
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The latest release of gaming distro LinuxConsole has arrived. LinuxConsole 2.5 comes in two flavors — LXDE desktop for 32-bit and MATE desktop for 64-bit. This distro comes with a wide range of open source software and games, with a focus on kids and old computers. LinuxConsole also brings support for many new and old graphics cards.
Short Bytes: The latest release of gaming distro LinuxConsole has arrived. LinuxConsole 2.5 comes in two flavors -- LXDE desktop for 32-bit and MATE desktop for
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djfrooky

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Brian and Matt you are creating something special here whether you know it or not. Each episode is getting better and better and not from controversy or grown men behaving badly but from intelligent conversation with extremely important people in the Linux community. That's huge. Ironic or not. That's huge. Thanks. 
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Jed Reynolds

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I've been using Linux as my main OS since 2009 and I am interested in working in Linux what certifications would the community suggest should I do and what sites/books are going to help the most
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Allan Shand's profile photoAndrew Woodhead's profile photo
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+Chris Knutson been a UNIX/Linux admin for a number of years now and writing scripts in Perl and Bash are a close to code as I get. I coded C and C++ in university but it's simply not needed in a day to day system management role. 
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