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Istimsak Abdulbasir

Istimsak Abdulbasir

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  • Istimsak Abdulbasir
    RE: Need a guide for setting up a public mirror.
    Why are you setting up a public mirror? Is it for use on your local site or do you want to provide packages on an intranet and not rely on the Internet for package download? I have never setup a mirror but it is something to consider when you don't have the luxury of an Internet mirror. I use debian based systems. There is a HowTo guide for setting up mirrors on the debian site. Have a look at this documentation to get an understanding on how to setup a mirror. [url=http://www.debian.org/mirror/ftpmirror.en.html]mirroring[/url]
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    Why are you setting up a public mirror? Is it for use on your local site or do you want to provide packages on an intranet and not rely on the Internet for package download?

    I have never setup a mirror but it is something to consider when you don't have the luxury of an Internet mirror. I use debian based systems.

    There is a HowTo guide for setting up mirrors on the debian site. Have a look at this documentation to get an understanding on how to setup a mirror.

    mirroring

  • Istimsak Abdulbasir
    RE: Greetings and Salutations...
    Greetings, and welcome to the linux foundation community forum. We are looking forward to answer any questions you have have about Network services management and Linux. CentOS is a spinoff of Red Hat and I know it is serving your library's functions well.
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    Greetings, and welcome to the linux foundation community forum. We are looking forward to answer any questions you have have about Network services management and Linux. CentOS is a spinoff of Red Hat and I know it is serving your library's functions well.

  • Istimsak Abdulbasir
    RE: ASUS H97M-E mobo and i5 4690 Linux compatibility
    You can check the hardware compatibility list which will tell you what hardware has been known to work with Linux. The list is constanly updated with new hardware. It is better to test your version of linux on your chosen hardware and run a series of tests. Once everything is working, submit that information to linux HCL. [url=http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Hardware-HOWTO/]Hardware Compatibility List (2007)[/url]
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    You can check the hardware compatibility list which will tell you what hardware has been known to work with Linux. The list is constanly updated with new hardware. It is better to test your version of linux on your chosen hardware and run a series of tests. Once everything is working, submit that information to linux HCL.

    Hardware Compatibility List (2007)

  • Istimsak Abdulbasir
    RE: Anti-Time and the probability
    I am not sure what you are asking but I think you want a better process to handle power. Hope I am close on assumption. I would communicate with some of the kernel developers and understand the process linux uses to manage power then look for alternatives to your suggestion.
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    I am not sure what you are asking but I think you want a better process to handle power. Hope I am close on assumption. I would communicate with some of the kernel developers and understand the process linux uses to manage power then look for alternatives to your suggestion.

  • Istimsak Abdulbasir
    RE: Distro Linux Indonesia
    I am guessing these are linux distros made in Indonesia. What can of response were you hoping to get?
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    I am guessing these are linux distros made in Indonesia. What can of response were you hoping to get?

  • Istimsak Abdulbasir
    RE: Which version of Linux is closest to Windows XP?
    [quote="linux fanatic"]I was also a long-time windows user before switching over to linux - which I use on all my personal laptops. If you're looking for something similar to the windows interface, I'd try out Zorin OS. This OS looks just like windows and it's incredibly easy to use (without all the headaches that come with windows). I'm pretty sure the purpose of this entire OS is to make the windows-to-linux switch seem effortless and intuitive. Definitely my first pick for you. Now, my favorite OS is Xubuntu. It kind of reminds me of a hybrid between the windows OS and OSX lion on mac. Really cool design that I think you'll probably like that I think blends the best elements of windows and mac OS components. Hope this helps! [/quote] You and me both like Xubuntu. Very good explanation of the OS. It does have a Windows feel and MacOS similarities. Overall, it is stable as a desktop UI. The design is nutreul which does not require a heavy GPU. It looks simple but can be made to look beautiful. The UI uses the fundementals of XP. Usefull applications, simple navigation and good hardware detection. It takes out the unecessary and keeps the must have. Window management is good. Lots of options for convienience. What it has done for me was make it easy to adminstrate the system. The "Thunar" file manager could use more features.
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    linux fanatic said:

    I was also a long-time windows user before switching over to linux - which I use on all my personal laptops. If you're looking for something similar to the windows interface, I'd try out Zorin OS. This OS looks just like windows and it's incredibly easy to use (without all the headaches that come with windows). I'm pretty sure the purpose of this entire OS is to make the windows-to-linux switch seem effortless and intuitive. Definitely my first pick for you.

    Now, my favorite OS is Xubuntu. It kind of reminds me of a hybrid between the windows OS and OSX lion on mac. Really cool design that I think you'll probably like that I think blends the best elements of windows and mac OS components.

    Hope this helps!

    You and me both like Xubuntu. Very good explanation of the OS. It does have a Windows feel and MacOS similarities. Overall, it is stable as a desktop UI. The design is nutreul which does not require a heavy GPU. It looks simple but can be made to look beautiful.

    The UI uses the fundementals of XP. Usefull applications, simple navigation and good hardware detection. It takes out the unecessary and keeps the must have. Window management is good. Lots of options for convienience. What it has done for me was make it easy to adminstrate the system.

    The "Thunar" file manager could use more features.

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