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COMMUNITY RULES UPDATE

Welcome to OMG! Ubuntu!, a Google+ community for #Ubuntu desktop users, Linux gamers and general enthusiasts.

Here you can ask questions, offer advice, share interesting things you find on the web, and exchange your opinions and expertise in all things Linux, from distros to gaming to memes!

But please note: this is not your personal 'I posted a new blog post' update channel.

All posts are now moderated before they are published. This is (largely) to cut down on the amount of spam.

If you want your post to be make it be published in this group please follow the following guidelines:

Keep it about Ubuntu. Anything not related to Ubuntu (or Linux) will be rejected. This means no selfies, no politics, no TV spoilers, and so on.

This is not a support forum. If you have a pressing support query you’re better off using Google, the Ubuntu Forums, Ask Ubuntu, etc for help.

No flame wars. Intelligent discussion points are welcome, but posts like “distro x is better than distro y” and “why does distro z suck?” are not.

Avoid repetition. Before posting please check to see if anyone else has recently asked/shared the same thing. If they have, add your thoughts to their post instead of starting a new one.

Please use English. And if you really, really can’t, please use Klingon.

Zero spam policy. This includes (but is not limited to) deals, affiliate and referral links, invites to other groups, pleas to subscribe to newsletters, podcasts, asking to ‘like’ or '+1' other pages, follow Twitch/Twitter profiles, and similar.

No hit n’ run blog spam. Got a blog? Great, but keep in mind this is a community group not a blog post bulletin board. You’re welcome to share related blog posts (including ones you’ve written) but try not to do it too often and only do so to engender discussion.

No hit n' run video spam. So you've made a video about Linux? Fantastic, but please don't just post it here without any information, context or discussion point.

No swearing. Let’s (try to) keep things PG and totally safe for work :)

No "thanks for letting me join" posts. We're stoked that you're stoked, but if everyone posts one of these the real conversations get lost quickly.

Finally…

Stay respectful. You may be a Linux ninja but others may be a total newbie. Use your skills to help, not score points. This also applies to differences in opinion. If you’re a FOSS purist keep in mind that others are not, and vice versa.

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Best software for Linux is subjective and depends on users need. Moreover, in the Linux world, there are lots of alternative to every software like many distros to choose from. #UbuntuPIT #Linux #Software
https://www.ubuntupit.com/best-linux-software-our-editorial-list-of-essential-linux-apps/

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Some pretty good deals going on atm for Linux gamers :)

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Linux has the default SSH remote access tool to perform remote desktop ta task. Besides the use of the terminal, you can also use GUI based remote desktop client for your Linux system. #UbuntuPIT #Linux #RDP

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Pidgin is a free, simple, easy to use and open source instant messaging and chat program. It supports multiple chat and IM protocols like Google talk, IRC, AIM, ICQ, Bonjour, etc. #UbuntuPIT #Linux
https://www.ubuntupit.com/pidgin-chat-client-get-all-your-accounts-in-one-im-app/

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Fortunately, there are pages on the network where you can create a free, fast and beautiful logo and graphic design online task without much hassle. If this is what you are looking for, you are in the right place. #UbuntuPIT #Logo #graphic #Linux
https://www.ubuntupit.com/top-3-free-logo-and-graphic-design-online-tools-for-linux/

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microg + omni ROM

microg is a free-as-in-freedom re-implementation of Google’s proprietary Android user space apps and libraries.

No need to flash gapps.

If you find it difficult to setup microg, download lineagos with microg patches in below link

https://lineage.microg.org/

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Remmina Remote Desktop Client is an open source, free and powerful remote desktop sharing tool for Linux and Unix based system. It offers feature-rich useful tools for the administrator and travelers to have easy and smooth remote access. #UbuntuPIT #Linux
https://www.ubuntupit.com/how-to-install-remmina-remote-desktop-client-in-ubuntu-linux/
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