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Multimedia: A Linux Achilles' heel

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Every time I say something negative about Linux I feel like I should preface it by offering up some grand sweeping adoration for both the operating system and the world-wide collection of developers that work tirelessly on the development of the platform. So, consider this my proclamation of adoration. But…

There’s always a ‘but’.

Linux, as a desktop solution, has some issues — specifically in the audio/video arena. Let me give you the reasons why I arrived at this statement.

Recently I had to switch from my favorite desktop (Bodhi Linux) to Linux Mint. Why?

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