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A Christmas Cracker - How To Crash Linux Mint 17.3 Just By Clicking Your Mouse

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I borrowed the above title from a video on Youtube because it is instantly intriguing. If you are anything like me then you just need to find out how you go about crashing Linux Mint.

The key part missing from the title is the number of times you have to click your mouse in order to bring Linux Mint to its knees.

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How to customise your Linux desktop: Openbox

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In six previous posts I have looked at a variety of Linux Desktop Environments: Xfce, KDE, Gnome 3, Cinnamon, MATE, and LXDE. Now I am going to move one step lower in the GUI hierarchy, and look at using only a simple Window Manager for your Linux GUI. But in order to do that, I am going to have to spend a minute explaining the difference between the two.

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