Hi, I would like to dual boot ubuntu and opensuse with ubuntu installed first. I would not like to reinstall. I cant get 2 distros to dual boot though. I have tried alot with Linux MInt and Ubuntu, but had no luck. I do not have windows installed. Can someone please give me proper instuctionssubmitted by whitejacob43
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They just keep stacking crap on top of crap. Why support shit that no one uses? Just so we can slow everyone down?
Switched from Linux to FreeBSD about a month ago. First I did it for my server, then my desktop.
I always thought of FreeBSD as another failed alternative OS. I must say, from the moment I started using it it seemed much more rock solid than Linux could ever be. Plus I admire the fact that FreeBSD developers focus more on technology than politics.
FreeBSD supports ZFS, Jails, appears to use less memory, has rock-solid stability, great documentation, great security warnings. The list goes on.
What's your excuse? CentOS isn't one of them.submitted by staylaughing
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On Linux, Chromium can often be installed directly from your Linux distribution’s software repositories. On Ubuntu Linux, for example, it can be installed by opening the Ubuntu Software Center, searching for Chromium, and clicking Install. It will be updated with security updates from your Linux distribution’s software repositories.