DiscoverChoose Linux18: Introducing New People to Linux
18: Introducing New People to Linux

18: Introducing New People to Linux

Update: 2019-09-191
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There's lots to consider when setting someone up with Linux for the first time. User needs and expectations, distro choice, hardware, and so much more.



We discuss our experiences, and ask some fundamental questions.

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Francisco Perez

I disagree regarding about if 4GB are enough due the hard drive point of view is missed. my understanding if you have a decent SSD and 4GB the user experience might be good for almost Linux distribution.

Sep 26th
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elrey741

7:35 Create a windows virt-manager VM(s) (from the free isos Microsoft provides) on a shared ( in the sense that everyone in your family uses it) linux desktop, and just don't buy a license key. Then windows runs perfectly fine, but you don't get to customize it. So, your kids can do their homework assignments, and you don't have to stop them using Linux.

Sep 21st
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18: Introducing New People to Linux

18: Introducing New People to Linux

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