If it's specific to Linux ...Aspect wrote: if you know please reply
My response was meant to be nothing but informative to you. Regardless, I wish you the best of luck.khreha wrote: ... all I'm getting for my sincere question is a bunch of snarky / smart ass responses !
Ever since LM went to an LTS codebase, my favorite is whatever the latest x.3 version is.Barbados99 wrote: What were some of your favorite Mint releases?
Don't know, but here's my Administration for LM 20.1 Cinnamon. No "Firewall" there for me, and when I type that in the menu search, only the second one that you noted shows up.FenderGuy wrote: Really? Hmmm. Maybe it's something I did?
Linux Mint Installation Guidemarkus-1969 wrote: is too complicated
I'm not finding the first option, but the second one is for Gufw, so to answer your question, and if you think you need a firewall, I'd say yes.FenderGuy wrote: Can I use the second, simpler option, and not fuss with the first option?
It sounds like you don't have any backups of your important files. If true, this should be your priority. Boot to a live session of Linux Mint (or otherwise) and copy them elsewhere.kamal_kaur019 wrote:It's very crucial to recover my data from linux mint.
... worried about data and don't want to mess up.
That version comes from the Ubuntu repository for their 20.04 codebase, which Linux Mint 20.1 is built upon.Mike888 wrote: I am running Blender 2.82a (as it is the latest version available via "apt") on Mint 20.1 ...
An Introduction to Crontab Filesbusdriver12 wrote: I have trying to wrap my head around the various crontab files.
I use a combination of Clonezilla, rsync, and manual copy/paste to NAS and encrypt/upload to cloud storage. I have a minimum of two copies of my important data, and ideally at least three copies with at least one offsite.borgward wrote: What backup method do you use? Backup Tool? Something else?