Hi people, im a linux user from brazil :) sorry about my english, is not the best :)I've been using linux just for about 2 by now... i've teste many many distros, my first one to really use was ubuntu, then i changed for xubuntu and used it a lot... than i used linux mint 13 xfce...
Canonical is attracting hordes of new Linux users with a ready-to-go, good-looking distro. But where does a noob go when they are no longer a noob? What is there for an IT pro with little Linux experience? How about the brand-new Bodhi Linux?
I'm currently running Arch Linux (64-bit) in VirtualBox with the Gnome 3 desktop environment. Everything works fine, except if I go to Activites > Show Application > All, all of the application icons and text are invisible. I can still click on them, however I can't actually see what I'm clicking.
Hello,I just installed crunchbang this weekend and have been very impressed so far. People from work recommended it so I thought I would give it a shot. I am still very new GNU/Linux. Started off using Ubuntu 12.04 for the past few months and I liked it but feel I am ready for something new and this is great.