I finally settled for CopyQ: it probably has more feature than I’ll ever need but conversely has some goodies that the other alternatives lacks.
May be you could find it useful too!
It seems a bit overkill and the hotkeys don’t work for me.
Well yes, it’s like The Big Bertha of the clipboard managers
Regarding the hotkeys they work fine here (once you’re inside the application, of course); to invoke the clipboard manager - I preload it when desktop loads - I use “copyq toggle” mapped to a shortcut.
Funny thing is that In the list I shared there’s a clipboard manager that uses dmenu and a hack to save clipboard’s contents in a text file; that would do perfectly to me if it wasn’t for one annoying bug… May be I can find some time to debug it.
I use Arch Linux and before that Ubuntu. Lots of windows and Mac too.
you could do the inverse too
running linux as main OS and Windows into a VirtualBox
Actually, with xfreerdp you could launch one apps a time instead all the Virtual Windows
there a script exemple
-T “Windows &”
Mint and Ubuntu are too commercial for me
I rather running Debian, even Sid than Mint and/or Ubuntu
Yeah! Manharo 15.09 XFCE.
Centos is great. I started using it with Kaltura , years ago
However I support an academic hall with 18 iMac where I chose KXStudio as dual system.
I use Ubuntu at home. It was the OS on my personal laptop and my then 1.5 y/o son learned how to use it to play his game. BTW, Ubuntu because of simplicity and the fact that it was widely marketed and GUI was okay (read that Mint was superior or was close to Windows GUI but I have learned to use Ubuntu since Gnome).
Opensuse for years, now Ubuntu but with Cinnamon.
i used Ubuntu to start learning myself linux and then tryed a lot distros… (drbian, Linux Mint, Fedora, CentOS and others) but i found Arch 2 years ago and i loved it… since then i’m using Arch on my machine with cinnamon desktop
Another Arch fan? @jobezic have you read it?
Currently, dedicated to locate Nethserver replacing Zentyal , I’m using Centos 7. Nothing really regret only my daily conversations with SELinux lol
Right now I am using Ubuntu 14.04 LTS for my main desktop, Centos 7 of my Nagios Server, ubuntu server 14.04 on OCS NG and linux mint 17 Xfce on laptop
Btw, did anyone tried to use chaletOS? If im not mistaken this distro is based on debian too. I install it to my friends laptop and she never notice the difference from Win7
Nope, but it seems quite interesting…
Thanks for the tip @ironsky
This made me LOL. I’m running CentOS 7 at home on my hp microserver gen8. I know exactly what you mean.
Although I’m trying to change this, I’d say I’m still most fond of Ubuntu because it’s what I’m most familiar with. I still have a handful of Ubuntu Desktop VMs at the office for testing and I maintain about a dozen production Ubuntu Servers.
So is the life . In my daily work support KXStudio on iMac computers for audiovisual production. I try to be compassionate to Zentyal in schools … but in my heart i’m Manjaro .
It’s the second time I play with CentOS. First with Kaltura MAM (CentOS 5) and now Nethserver.
CentOS always coincides with an interesting project
this is for the win
I started with Centos from day 1, moving from the original Whitehat? (so long ago, I forgot what it was called!). I moved my notebook from early Centos (perhaps 3?) to Fedora 6. Been on Fedora since then (now at 28). My Samba PDC is ClearOS6.
These days I am almost entirely armv7 for my servers. Centos-arm7 predominates. One Fedora-arm28.
I use Xfce as my DE when I can. I was introduced to Xfce with my first armv7 Fedora spin (on a Cubieboard2 with Fedora17). For my servers, I run vncserver and connect to Xfce that way when I need a GUI to manage the server (can’t do everything with SSH). A little Gnome, but I would like to eliminate it. I just don’t use it enough to be proficient with it.