I really enjoy Linux because of the power it gives. The opensource aspect gives you way more choice than Windows. I tried several ditros of linux and liked every single one.
on 06/06/2012 – Made popular on 06/06/2012
I am trying to install Qt5 on Linux but I get this errors:
[root@localhost Desktop]# ./qt-linux-opensource-1.4.0-x86-online.run
./qt-linux-opensource-1.4.0-x86-online.run: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.11' not found (required by ./qt-linux-opensource-1.4.0-x86-online.run)
./qt-linux-opensource-1.4.0-x86-online.run: /lib/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.9' not foundc (required by ./qt-l
If you look at the way the world is going, where you see Apple completely in control of their system, and at least part of Windows 8 entirely controlled by the Microsoft App Store, Steam is going to be a little bit harder to do - both in the store aspect and in the content delivery aspect.
We want to continue developing in open platforms and so were looking a
dear friends ,
three months ago i had a message from Windows, warning me of having illegal copy of Win OS .
so i converted to Linux , Ubuntu . but one week ago i had a problem that my kid did remove the power wire while my laptop was on !
I love using Linux. I enjoy the control over the computing experience it affords me and how I can choose exactly how my desktop is to be run. I'm not some guy writing Linux articles on a Windows box or a Mac. I "live Linux" exclusively, every-single-day. And I have done this for years.
Christine Hall at Foss Force considers whether or not Linux offers too much in the way of choice for users. Do we have too many distros available? Has that hurt the adoption of Linux on the desktop? I'm inclined to agree with her that choice isn't the problem with desktop Linux. In fact, the range of choices available are one of the primary strengths of Linux.
I have a video file (avi) which somehow has the wrong default aspect ratio. If I open it with VLC or any other player, it's shown in 4:3, making everything look really tall/thin. When I manually change the aspect ratio to 16:9 it looks fine, but it's a bit annoying to do that.
I have a Dell 1564. I want to install back-box a Debian based flavor of Linux.
I don't really wish to dual boot like switching between operating systems, but I do wish to run either at choice from the hard drive. Can I partition the hard drives in two parts and install Linux on one and windows 7 on the other?