If i cannot enter into the Uefi to give priority to Cddvd/USB if i create a Linux live Usb how can i make sure that the pc will run the Usb first?
Because after an update of windows 10 (i have Kali linux and w10 in dualboot) when i turn on it gives me Grub rescue Shell.
Sorry for the english, Im a noobiesubmitted by /u/Inquisitortr
The Orange Pi series of machines lets you run a small Linux machine dedicated to a specific task for a very attractive price -- less than $20 for setup. Some ideas for using an Orange Pi include adding network connectivity to an older printer, transcoding a USB webcam and sending it over the network, or just connecting some hardware to the 40 pins and being able to interface to chips faster than a microcontroller could.
Just started a new course, my tutor is a massive Linux enthusiast. Like he loves it, always talking about how it's better than windows and how he's friends with the creator on Facebook
Anyway he challenged us to ask him a question he couldn't answer, saying he knows everything about it.
I don't know nearly enough to challenge a guy who's been working with it all his life so I've come to you guys
Give me the hardest most technical question you can to trip up the smug bastard hahasubmitted by /u/pingpong778
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One of the winners of a scholarship from the Linux Foundation is involved in a project to preserve endangered South American languages, according to the Foundation.
Luis Camacho Caballero is aiming to port these languages to computer systems using automatic speech recognition. He will use Linux-based systems for the project.
Caballero, a Peruvian, was one of 14 It professionals to receive one of the 2016 scholarships.
He hopes to complete work on the first language, Quechua, which his grandparents spoke, by the end of 2017 and then begin work on other languages.
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"I feel like we're not selling open source any more," he said. He pointed out that not only are major companies in multiple sectors using open source technologies, they're even starting and contributing to open source projects themselves.
"A lot of large enterprises [view] being open source as an essential way of propagating the use of their technologies," he said, "and they're open sourcing stuff quickly."