I'm sick of FUD and misinformation regarding Linux Mint

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karlchen
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Re: I'm sick of FUD and misinformation regarding Linux Mint

Post by karlchen » Sun Jan 21, 2018 10:33 am

Hi, Arch_Enemy.

My comment had not been about one of your posts. Seems you did not follow the link in my post, before replying?
How is the Arch user forum relevant in this thread here. It is titled "FUD ... Linux Mint".

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Karl
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Re: I'm sick of FUD and misinformation regarding Linux Mint

Post by KalEl » Sun Jan 28, 2018 5:30 pm

Oh how can you really take seriously people who use files that modify the system and exclude folders from anti virus ?
I can speak since I switched to Linux Mint I had no error or bug.
They do not even know which version of Linux you just talk Linux they throw all kinds of dirty words and stones ...
“I am Free.. I just believe in me.”

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Re: I'm sick of FUD and misinformation regarding Linux Mint

Post by Arch_Enemy » Wed Jan 31, 2018 8:52 pm

karlchen wrote:Hi, Arch_Enemy.

My comment had not been about one of your posts. Seems you did not follow the link in my post, before replying?
How is the Arch user forum relevant in this thread here. It is titled "FUD ... Linux Mint".

Regards,
Karl
I was merely pointing out if you want to be treated like an idiot, head over to Arch's forum. I guess everyone there has to be a guru.
They tell people, "If you can't handle Arch, why don't you head over to Ubuntu." Since Mint is based on ubuntu, and, in turn, Debian...
I have travelled 35629424162.9 miles in my lifetime

One thing I would suggest, create a partition a ~28G partition as /. Partition the rest as /Home.
When the system fails, reinstall and use the exact same username and all your 'stuff' comes back to you.

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