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Vidi imam odlican ssd sa mlc memarom i u winu je particija od 206 Gb i to radi lepo , leti transfer itd --- sa istog ssd-a odvojeno za ext4 particiju za Kubuntu ... e u okviru tog sistema ,performanse su ocajne , jako sporije radi (kopiranje), verovatno zbog velicine particije..e da li tu ima neki fix ili je to to...zato pitam za zfs ...
 

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Ma ucitavanje sistema je fenomenalno cak i brze nego W10 pod fast boot opcijom, nego je kopiranje fajlova usporeno ali to je to , zbog velicine particije...
Iskreno ni 30 GB mi na linixu nije potrebno , znao sam i 20 da odvojim i radi sve lepo.
Mada da mu odvojim 64 verovatno bi i kopiranje bilo brze ...
 

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Ma ucitavanje sistema je fenomenalno cak i brze nego W10 pod fast boot opcijom, nego je kopiranje fajlova usporeno ali to je to , zbog velicine particije...
Iskreno ni 30 GB mi na linixu nije potrebno , znao sam i 20 da odvojim i radi sve lepo.
Mada da mu odvojim 64 verovatno bi i kopiranje bilo brze ...
Ако ти систем служи само д бациш поглед на изглед и да га с времена на време користиш онда је то довољно простора за системску партицију мада ако желиш да систем и са тако мало простора нема успорење при копирању великих фајлова онда одреди још једну партицију при инсталацији од неких 10ак Гб коју ћеш монтирати са /tmp .
Уколико пак желиш да користиш неки линукс активно онда системску партицију не мању од 60 Гб и корисничку партицију не мању од 100Гб...
Када се редовно користи Линукс некако се брзо попуни та корисничка партиција а ако има више корисника онда без 200-300гб за корисничку не замарати се..
 

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Must Read: Microsoft is Bringing exFAT to the Linux Kernel (And No-One’s Getting Sued)
By Joey Sneddon·Updated Wednesday


Microsoft has announced that it’s bringing exFAT support to the Linux kernel, with code contributed licensed under GPLv2.
This is huge, unexpected, yet very welcome #opensource news.
Microsoft’s exFAT file system is prevalent throughout a lot of modern technology, regardless of whether you (or your device) use the Windows operating system.
This simple, but proprietary and patented file system was created by Microsoft for use, primarily, in ‘flash’ memory products back in 2006.
Since then the format has seen colossal adoption throughout the electronics industry, with USB drives, SD cards, digital cameras, and MP3 players among the many, many devices that make use of it.
All for a fee, of course.
Unencumbered exFAT in Linux
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exFAT is widely used on flash devices
Now, you’re probably thinking: “Joey dude, my SD cards and USB sticks all work fine in Linux!”.
And you know what: you’re not wrong.
It’s long been possible to read, write, manage, edit, resize, and format exFAT partitions and file systems on Linux distros like Ubuntu.
And that’s solely down to stellar open source efforts like the FUSE-based exFAT.
But patent issues have prevented these ‘workaround’ solutions from shipping as part of the regular Linux kernel, out of the box, ready to go.
Today that changes.
Microsoft engineer John Gossman, in a post on the Microsoft open source blog, has announced that “Microsoft is supporting the addition of Microsoft’s exFAT technology to the Linux kernel.”
This is huge news because it means, for the first time, the Linux kernel can include exFAT support “with confidence”, Microsoft say — i.e., no-one is gonna get sued; not kernel devs, not distros shipping patches that enable to exFAT, not anyone.
Microsoft has even made a technical specification for exFAT publicly available. This, it says, this will help developers create “conformant, interoperable implementations” of exFAT within the Linux kernel.
It’s hoped Linux exFAT support will filter down into the Open Invention Network’s Linux System Definition. There, Gossman says, ‘the code will benefit from the defensive patent commitments of OIN’s 3040+ members and licensees’.

https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2019/08/microsoft-is-bringing-exfat-to-the-linux-kernel
 

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GNOME 3.34 Desktop Environment Officially Released, Here's What's New


It's coming soon to a GNU/Linux distribution near you





Sep 12, 2019 17:27 GMT · By Marius Nestor · Comment ·
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GONME 3.34 released




The GNOME Project announced today the release and general availability of the highly anticipated GNOME 3.34 desktop environment for Linux-based operating systems.
GNOME 3.34 is dubbed "Thessaloniki" after the host city of the GUADEC (GNOME User and Developer European Conference) 2019 event and it's a major release that adds numerous new features and improvements. It's been in development of the past six months and comes as a drop-in replacement for the GNOME 3.32 "Taipei" desktop environment series with many new features.
"The latest version of GNOME 3 has been released today. Version 3.34 contains six months of work by the GNOME community and includes many improvements, performance improvements and new features," reads today's announcement. "Highlights from this release include visual refreshes for a number of applications, including the desktop itself. The background selection settings also received a redesign, making it easier to select custom backgrounds."
Here's what's new in GNOME 3.34
Highlights of the GNOME 3.34 desktop environment include support for custom folders in the application overview, allowing users to create a new folder just by dragging an application icon on top of another, similar to Apple's iOS operating system. Of course, folders will be automatically removed once all application icons were dragged out of the folder.
GNOME 3.34 also introduces a better web browsing experience were web processes are now sandboxed, along with the ability to pin tabs and an improved ad blocking feature that now makes use of WebKit content filters. Furthermore, the GNOME Boxes virtual and remote machine manager now offers a much-improved assistant workflow and support for booting VMs from attached CD/DVD images.
Other noteworthy changes include support for saving multiple game states in the GNOME Games app, a revamped Background panel in Settings with support for previews, support for automatically updating sources in the Music app, the Photos, To Do, and Videos apps received new icons, and GNOME Terminal now supports right-to-left and bi-directional language.
Also worth mentioning is the fact that the Files app now warns users before pasting files into a write-protected directory, it's now possible to disable the Activities hot-corner, the Polari IRC client now shows users when they're offline, Pointer Location is now supported under Wayland, and a refined Wi-Fi list is available in Settings.
While the GNOME 3.34 desktop environment has been released today, it's only available to download as source packages that need to be compiled or a Flatpak runtime that makes the installation a lot easier. However, we recommend installing it from the stable software repositories of your favorite GNU/Linux distribution, but it will take up two weeks for most Linux OS vendors to update the packages.






#GNOME 3.34#desktop environment#Linux#GNOME#open source


https://news.softpedia.com/news/gnome-3-34-desktop-environment-officially-released-here-s-what-s-new-527374.shtml

Sve bolji i bolji gnome :)
 

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Nije ovo bilo do ekstenzije neko kako Gnome renderuje male prozore. Moglo se popraviti ako se iskombinuje sa ekstenzijom dash2panel.
No world clocks je bio cist propust. Pazi da ti okruzenje krahira zbog toga sto imas nasetovano kolko je vreme u Londonu i Moskvi je ludilo :P
 
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