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Well, sir, thank you. I went to the “Removable Devices” settings, but none of the drives were marked to “Automount on Login”. There is a box that says “Mount all removable media at login”, and it was checked. Even though the windows drive is not removable, I unchecked the box just for kicks. Lookie here, problem solved! Thanks again.
I use Gnome because I like it. I wish it wasn’t such a RAM hog, but I like how it works. I’ve also used Xfce, and I can pretty much make it do what Gnome does, but try as I might I cannot get the video to keep from tearing. Compton was the best choice, but it still had some problems. I love the thinking behind Deepin (a lot!), but configuring it for me was a problem. I couldn’t get what I wanted, but maybe in the future? It’s a beautiful DE!!! I’ve tried MATE, and I’m not sold on it. It’s okay. I do like Cinnamon, but if I’m going to use the same amount of RAM, then I’ll stick with Gnome. I’ve tried the others, too. All have their strengths.
The reason I have stuck with Gnome is due to application integration for one thing; they just look and seem to run right. And, even though I’ve spent most of the last five years forced to run Windows at work, I’m still a big Mac OS fan from way back (My first experience was with an Apple II, my last was Mac OS X about six year ago.) I like that kind of environment, and Gnome can give it to me. I’ll sacrifice a little more RAM to run it. I use Dash to Panel and TopIcons Plus, and I don’t use a dock. I don’t like dock’s. So what I use is a bit like a cross between Mac and Windows. I don’t use a Mac OS theme, either.
These are the reasons I absolutely love LInux! You have a choice in what you can use. You can try, remove and start with something new, and if you don’t like it go back to what you used before. It doesn’t take all day to reinstall and add updates (Windows!!!), and the software is very much up-to-date if you use a distro like Antergos.
Sorry about being long-winded about this. I’m kind of particular about what I like, as most people are.
It is an interesting topic, it is more, it would be good to know that firewall is good and which really protects you from external attacks, I have both Firewalld and Ufw, who knows which one is better, besides to configure them; which is better, predetermined and if not, so to touch to personalize them?
Some information about Firewalld$ sudo firewall-cmd --state [sudo] password for judd: running $ sudo firewall-cmd --set-default-zone=internal Warning: ZONE_ALREADY_SET: internal success
Intel was able to solve the issue. It took a reset of the BIOS. No one seems to understand what actually happened.
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