Tag: Linux

Linux Nerds: Don’t Buy An AMD/NVIDIA Laptop

Do you love Linux? I love Linux. But Linux has a problem. Well, there are 2 problems. One, you cannot access the NVIDIA X Server Settings. And two, the laptop reboots with the screen at maximum brightness. Supposedly this has something to do with Linus Torvald’s new screen brightness scheme. But I’m blaming this on …

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AMD & NVIDIA: The Enemies Of Linux

I just can’t get a break from these dumbass computer hardware manufacturers and their stupid fuckups. One of the reasons I wanted a new laptop was to be able to run almost any Linux distro without any issues. But that doesn’t seem to be the case, does it? I’ve been waiting for several weeks for …

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My Lenovo Netbook Review

I have a Lenovo S20-30 netbook. Yep! It’s time for the grand reveal! When my HP laptop was dying, I asked someone to buy me a new laptop. At the time, Windows laptops with a touchscreen were a big hype so I really wanted one. And of course I wanted a bigger screen, faster CPU …

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A Brief History Of Krsnah Desktop OS

I’ve procrastinated writing this article for almost 7 months now. With the next generation of my personalized OS looming in the horizon, I need to get this done right now. Otherwise it’ll never be done. What is Krsnah Desktop OS? Krsnah Desktop OS is a full-fledged OS based on Linux. Just like it’s sister OS …

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Krsnah OS: End Of Support

Alright! That’s it! I’ve had enough of this Linux ecosystem because updates keep breaking everything. The Linux ecosystem sucks! Let me say that again: LINUX SUCKS! I don’t care what distro you are on. I don’t care if you’re running Linux or Unix or Microdick Windows okay? They all suck! Last month I updated Krsnah …

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