Linux Support

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What's available, what we wish was available, trouble-shooting apps, anything application related
41 101 1 year 44 weeks ago
by Lucidchat (not verified)
Gnome, KDE, any desktop environment may be discussed here
11 32 4 years 4 weeks ago
by droidxipad
5 13 3 years 32 weeks ago
by fest3er8
Discuss games and other entertainment available for Linux
4 8 3 years 47 weeks ago
by paulparker
Discuss hardware compatibility, preferred peripherals, anything hardware related
19 26 1 year 47 weeks ago
by davidsalgadolinux
Discuss Linux Kernel issues and information here.
27 57 3 years 16 weeks ago
by nitin78
New to Linux? Start here.
31 59 2 years 3 weeks ago
by shruthiv
Discussion about anything related to running or installing Linux on laptops
3 13 2 years 45 weeks ago
by dell inspiron 6400 akku (not verified)
Discuss training, implementation, support, all things related to migrating to Linux
3 6 2 years 23 weeks ago
by Droami (not verified)
Discussion of monitoring tools, printer and file sharing, iptables, etc
23 44 3 years 24 weeks ago
by powit
Discuss Python, Perl, PHP, Ruby, C, BASH scripts, any programming language or script
28 46 3 years 34 weeks ago
by sapna123
Samba, Sendmail, Apache, etc
17 28 3 years 41 weeks ago
by kurajesh
Can't find a better place to post your question or thought? Post here.
20 41 3 years 15 weeks ago
by m_ab_malik
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