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    Good luck with Ubuntu - I would install the Ubuntu Studio add ons. That is if you are going to use it for music, video or picture editing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pheonix View Post
    I ran Ubuntu for months and it worked perfectly with every thing except my printer, which was pretty much the only reason why I took it off and went back to windows. That and the fact that I could not find any suitable Linux tools that would work with my Samsung Galaxy s5 at the time, and I desperately needed to flash it back to stock a android rom for the banking apps which would not work on rooted firmware.
    Printers used to be a nightmare on linux (many years ago), don't think so anymore?
    Can't remember the last print out I had to do was though (personal use, company use, use their printers...), probably a plane boarding pass.
    With dreaded QR codes now being accepted as boarding passes in lots of airports, haven't had to do that in a while either.
    Think I mentioned adb to you before, easy to flash any android device on linux these days.
    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingpig View Post
    Good luck with Ubuntu - I would install the Ubuntu Studio add ons. That is if you are going to use it for music, video or picture editing.
    +1, easy install on any Ubuntu box.

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