Are you speaking about my iMac at home?
I have already mentioned that I am a big fan of SUSE (openSuse and SLED) – re post: SLES12 based Nethserver implementation?
I have had experienced of most distributions (and probably all main-stream distros - eg Suse, Debian, Slackware, Arch, Red-Hat, Gentoo etc.) but prefer RPM based installs.
As far as desktop GUIs, I like KDE / QT a lot (have been using KDE since version 3) but also found that a lot of my clients / end-users prefer to use Mate (I really dislike Gnome 3).
I also like the Enlightment and XFCE projects (also I should mention the terminal / console and ncurses based projects such as Midnight Commander and Yast.)
I am still a user of WinXP as a OS for games and entertainment software (such as XBMC)
I’m testing currently centos7 on a dell E6510, quite fine, it looks fun…I’m Fed(ora) up … at the end I will return to Debian, let me just one month
Debian win! Stable, testing or sid?
I do love stability, I just want to work : my $debian = $stable->get(‘Jessie’);
I’m on mint just beacouse i’ve no more time for sid
I use Mint, but I confess that it runs in VMbox on my Win7 desktop.
I moved 2 posts to a new topic: Fedora kills video stars (aka no more video on Fedora 22)
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
Getting started discussions
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