DX50

i did every thing that duck suggested and it did nothing. yo duck got any other suggestions?? i’m open to anything. reply

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01-06-2004 08:49 PM
sonyman

No! We do not need a “beginners” distro. Does Windows have a “beginners” ediiotn? Of course not!I have a digital camera with some settings that I do not fully understand. So what should I do? I experiment and look at the results. Truly, I would be disappointed if the camera offered me a “beginners” mode.Linux Mint disables some very useful Ubuntu features by default. Virtual workspaces for example. So how is the “beginner” to discover virtual desktops?Unadulterated Ubuntu is a good starting place for “beginners”. If you really need something simple, Puppy Linux would be my recommendation. The real problem here is the word “beginner”. Is a “beginner” a teen-ager with his/her first computer? Is a “beginner” an oldster with his/her first computer? Is a “beginner” a Windows user fed up with all the problems? Mint may be a crutch, but it’s temporary at best. reply

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05-09-2012 05:33 AM
Deepali

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