Otyugh wrote:Society is best way to GNU/linux. The "fraternity" society, just because helping is nice.
You don't know any guy using linux ? Or no sympatic guy ? Just see on your city if there is one of theses "install parties."
Otyugh wrote:@InkKnife : I don' totally agree. You can break a system quite fast enought using ".deb files" or not seeing what things are uninstalled when you install something.
If you use only firefox and LibreOffice, and a few "community" packages, no problem. More ? Not sure.
Nilla Wafer wrote:Oh no, PPAs? You need to add them in order to get some certain software - surprisingly even some pretty common software like Seamonkey or the Faenza icon set. In my experience (admittedly very limited, I´m still a noob too), adding a PPA multiplies the chances of an update breaking something! I would not recommend PPAs to new Minties.
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