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But seriously, 64bit should have been reserved for server use only at 100%, but users pc should be optional to have full 64bit (those with 4GB+ RAM), the killing of 32bit is just going to bring in more heavy resource hogging software. I think thats why in Windows world its 32bit first, then 64bit should you really need an application that consumes more than 4GB RAM.

GNU/Linux Discussion / Re: People's dislike for Ubuntu
« on: September 16, 2019, 12:55:13 am »
Oh, and (like YT) Reddit is Reddit .. you can find anything on there to support any position you like to take at any given moment :))
(but I guess the one positive is least there's on monetisation motive on Reddit)

Like this:  :))

How did you get the terminal to look like that, where the prompt is a line bellow the username@pcname? and that linker on the side linking both lines?

Development Resources / Re: [SUGGESTION] Peppermint PPAs
« on: June 14, 2019, 06:16:41 am »
 :D :D :D :D IT WORKED  :D :D :D :D :D :D




Followed this after above steps:,8442.0.html

 :D :D  :o :o :o :o :o :D :D :D :D :D :D

Development Resources / [SUGGESTION] Peppermint PPAs
« on: June 14, 2019, 04:09:36 am »
I just started using peppermint the other day, and I thaught, so, Since Peppermint is based on Ubuntu, but peppermint comes with it's own PPA's, why not have a thread of the official Peppermint PPA's by version, which keep getting updated based on the Peppermint respins and whatnot.

Cause this would help some of us who dare to do peppermint upgrades through major ubuntu bases, for example by:
1. Remove the peppermint ppas from sources.list.d.
2. Do a regular "sudo do-release-upgrade" that I know actually exists in Pepp, but first setting the prompt=lts in the /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades.
3. After the upgrade is complete, just visit peppermint forums for updated Pepp PPA's for peppermint version based of the upgraded Ubuntu base.
4. Copy them, paste them in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/peppermint.list.
5. Do an apt-get update
6. Do an apt-get dist-upgrade.

and voila, we upgraded Peppermint to a new version including the base.  :-\

Ofcourse, I am just typing this out, but will test it in virtualbox with a Peppermint 8 base, and upgrade to Peppermint 10.
Also, I just google searched Peppermint PPA's and get launchpad links, that just gives a single line of what comes in the actual peppermint.list, but no refrence to the forums here. thats why I was sudgesting like a thread or something ::)

Thank you, waiting for reply.

Announcements / Re: Peppermint 10 Released.
« on: June 10, 2019, 03:57:16 am »
Finally took the bullet, Been distrohopping for years, till English Bob said this is the cure, LOL, I was skeptical at first, but now I think I am gonna stick to it. :D, Pepp 10 :)

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