Throughout the years, many Linux enthusiasts have waited and waited for the eventual “Year of the Linux Desktop” to come. They’ve been laughed at by the Windows and OS X users every single time, but this time, that year might actually come.
For most people, Linux means absolutely nothing, and half of them probably don’t even know it is an operating system for computers, and even devices can run the Linux Code. In our modernly advanced societies, we have some of the most dynamic technological options ever known to man, and many of these gadgets and how they function couldn’t have been done without the use of Linux.
I’ll be the first to call anybody that refuses to run antivirus on Microsoft Windows a fool. Microsoft Windows just isn’t built the same way as Linux. Being careful on Windows just isn’t enough to prevent malware. Linux is different and the types of threats faced by Linux users aren’t thwarted by an antivirus suite. Proper practices when using Linux will gave you enough protection. Of course technology changes and this may not always be true, but at the time of this writing it is.
Before you sync your iPhone or iPad with Linux mint device, you need to install libimobiledevice on your computer. Most Linux distributions such as Linux Mint, Fedora and Ubuntu have this pre-installed. If you want to check if you already have it installed, check in Synaptic Package Manager.
By default during installation Linux Mint will make one root partition and one swap partition. If you are looking to create separate partitions (which would be best), then you would need to create the partitions manually.
This post will present a step by step guide on how to install the LAMP stack on Linux Mint, it’s worth noting that there are many methods by which you can do this but in this post we’re going to concentrate on the easiest way to get you up and running.
There are many operating systems available for desktop computers, Android and iOS are to of the most dominant mobile operating systems and Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac are two of the most commonly adopted desktop computers operating systems worldwide, the only drawback of these two operating systems is that they’re not free ( Mac OS is now free and Windows 10 will be free to upgrade to) but if you’re looking for a free and open source operating system then look no further than Linux. Linux Mint is the best Linux distro for beginners to start tinkering with Linux.