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Konnichiwa! I'm new here myself. I just tracked down this place after finding Note Book Review having perished. I lost contact with a lot of old forums as I have been using linux exclusively since 2008. Now I have to go looking for windows-centric websites all over again.

I purchased a refurb back a year ago (win 10) and reacquainting myself with all things windows. However, all 3 of my circa 2008-10 laptops are all still running linux ( Dell 1545 and Toshiba A200 running Linux Lite and a Toshiba L300 Debian 11).

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43 minutes ago, colin.p said:

Konnichiwa! I'm new here myself. I just tracked down this place after finding Note Book Review having perished. I lost contact with a lot of old forums as I have been using linux exclusively since 2008. Now I have to go looking for windows-centric websites all over again.

I purchased a refurb back a year ago (win 10) and reacquainting myself with all things windows. However, all 3 of my circa 2008-10 laptops are all still running linux ( Dell 1545 and Toshiba A200 running Linux Lite and a Toshiba L300 Debian 11).

Out of curiosity, how did you track this place down?

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Interestingly - a DDG search (for Notebook Review Forums) and if I'm not mistaken, this place was at the top of the list.

 

edit: No I lied, it was a reddit post that was at the top of the list and within that post was this place mentioned.

 

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Avid Linux user?

Honestly I think Linux may get more of a fair shake in the coming years as Steam has done a lot of work with Proton as well as the steam deck running Arch.

I know it probably won't 1:1 benefit pc at large but given that a lot users aren't too keen on Win11 for either practical or moral reasons, we may benefit from your experiences 🙂

 

@Hiew

Is also an avid Linux user who has gone back to Linux full time. I hope to see more conversations on the topic around here to be perfectly honest.

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Another linux fan here 👋

I'm sitting on RHEL for work, lots of cloud related activities lately, mostly Openstack, and now fresh on a new project we're moving to Kubernetes.

 

Maybe we'll get a General Unix topic started, would probably be cool to share fun scripts and interesting tidbits.

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On 2/11/2022 at 1:05 AM, Reciever said:

 

@Hiew

Is also an avid Linux user who has gone back to Linux full time. I hope to see more conversations on the topic around here to be perfectly honest.

 

As a disgruntled Windows user I would also be interested in this. I have a long burning ambition to move to Linux Mint, but there's just too many Windows specific programs that I rely on still. I don't even play games that much these days, so wouldn't mind having to dual boot Windows just for that even.

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