Quote:Incidentally, my thanks to whoever reformatted my previous post. My plain-text isn't for lack of effort, but I couldn't figure out how to u... [by AlanBartlett]
on 08/16/2012 – Made popular on 08/16/2012
I am not the best at dual booting as seen in my previous thread, I currently full reformatted to F11 Leonidas, once past some problems I love it, but I still need an windows enviroment to test my C++ projects that use windows api calls and functions, I have windows 7 but I havent the slightly idea of how to dual boot fedora 11 and windows 7 properly.
When you think of plain text editors, the first thing that may pop into your head is Windows‘ Notepad application. It does exactly what its job description states – plain features for a plain text editor.
Now, before I start, I'd like to state if I were reading this thread from the outside, I'd say "Go with plain", and, that's what I feel like I should do, the reason why I'm asking first is due to the fact that literally every guide, wiki, tutorial, and, blog post I can find on the internet seems to unconditionally recommend LUKS over plain, which, is what's causing my fear of using plain