/flt/ - Friendly Linux Thread
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Intended for users of all levels, including absolute beginners.
Although it is recommended to install a Linux OS on a VM (Virtual Machine/VirtualBox) for "safety purposes", it is better to try the Live ISO directly without installing anything, that way, you can get a full Linux experience.
If you are serious about switching to Linux and if you have Windows dual-booted (recommended for pure newbies), use it exclusively for 2 weeks, avoid Windows dual booting for that period of time, or it's likely you will start retreating back to windows instead of getting used to Linux as your new home and working on making it feel the way you want it.
>Recommended for beginners:
-*buntus except vanilla Ubuntu (Unity)
-LinuxMint (a.k.a Ubuntu LTS + Cinnamon)
Before asking, please find the answers to your questions in resources.
Please be civil, notice the "Friendly" in every Friendly Linux Thread.
Understand that much of your software from Windows will be unavailable, (although maybe wine can make up for it.)
man <insert command here>
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/sqt/ - Stupid Questions Thread
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Old thread here: >>51213463
Post your simple/small/stupid questions here, ONCE.
DO NOT BUMP THE THREAD, You are NOT entitled to an answer.
Read the sticky before posting.
Take at least 10 seconds to google it first.
Redirect or ignore anybody asking stupid questions outside this thread.
Use >>>/g/sqt as a link to find the sqt thread
What happens when I use libraries that are of different license? For example, if one function call that I use belongs to a LGPL license, and another function call that I use in the same file belongs to a MIT license, then what license holds??? The code will be pushed to Github.