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2:48 AM
@XKCD ._.
@bertieb How do you know someone is an AMD user? They'll tell you :D
 
 
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7:06 AM
@XKCD XD
 
 
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11:34 AM
Hello. What options do I have to connect to my linux machine (remote) from windows 10? I am looking at it from the UX of doing mstsc...
 
Ave
12:11 PM
@deostroll there's stuff for vnc, rdp etc, and then there's stuff like x2go.
You'll get the best experience with x2go and such.
 
I recall vnc / rdp require something we need to do on the linux machines...
 
Ave
but for mstsc? xrdp ig
Of course, for all of these you'll need to install something
Except maybe for X forwarding, but that's a completely different beast and IDEK if you can do that with a windows client.
For VNC solutions: I won't name names because there's several and they work differently, some are more ideal for multi user setups, some are more ideal for (for example) viewing a user's screen to provide support and such.
There's also always teamviewer, anydesk etc, but those are also uh, y'know, teamviewer and anydesk, and may be undesirable.
 
I tend to favour nomachine cross platform
but no RDP, its its own protocol
 
Ave
NM/NX is paid for commercial purposes so I tend to avoid them
 
1:11 PM
Hi everyone
How to boot to linux after changing boot order? I installed win 10 and ParrotSec in my laptop last year and few weeks ago, I changed the boot order from Linux to windows.
 
heya there
 
Since then, linux boot option isn't present in both f12 menu and boot menu under bios
 
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A: How can I repair grub? (How to get Ubuntu back after installing Windows?)

Web-EThe Windows installer doesn't care about other OS in the system. So it writes own code over the master boot record. Fortunately the solution is easy too. You need to repair the MBR. Do the following Boot using a live usb/cd of ubuntu. Use boot-repair to fix the problem. After booting with li...

I tend to boot to a live CD and install and run it there
If it is a financially viable option for you, I recommend having a separate drive for Windows and Linux, and just swapping between the two depending on need. I also have WTG on my Windows SSD, so I can use it on other computers too.
 
1:29 PM
bad news, WTG is not supported on Windows 10 2004 and later versions
 
 
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2:43 PM
@JourneymanGeek (as Google) Did you mean: Arch Linux user
;-P
 
3:27 PM
@Ave I didn't installed anything. I installed both OS' last year (first windows and then linux) and everything worked fine until I changed the order in Bios boot menu, few weeks ago
Actually this is a laptop. I can't use 2 hard drives in it.
I've some important files in Linux. Reinstalling it will remove it.
 
repair your GRUB, that's it
no need to reinstall a thing
 
3:50 PM
ah ok. Thank you
 
 
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8:30 PM
@Ave Doesn't that check to see if your drive is "certified" before using it?
 

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