Moved over from Linux Mint and prior to that, Ubuntu.
I wasn't satisfied with the direction Ubuntu was taking, particularly trashing some useful apps from the repos from 16.04. I tried UG 17.04 but found it a bit buggy, so when I discovered Antergos with all it's goodness, I gave it a spin!
i make one for you here:
As i already do one for another user here a only copy paste to fit you printer…
This is awesome. Thanks!
Although I don’t see a clone or download button on the github page. What do I do from here?
Big no to Chrome due mainly to reasons previously expressed.
Chromium is a maybe, but not until it supports OnDemand services, out of the box, like Firefox does.
Interesting note, the latest stable Firefox (54 - just landed in the repos) now uses multicores so is much faster than before.
I need help installing a driver for the above.
I found this
and it seems to be what I’m looking for, but I have no idea what to do with it!
I’ve checked the repos (incl. AUR) and it doesn’t seem to be there.
As an aside, I have also downloaded the lpr .rpm file from Brother’s website, and installed rpmextract and extracted the opt and usr files and placed them in the appropriate folders, but it didn’t help.
Any help would be very much appreciated!
@fotonut-nz ,Chromium is an open-source web browser project started by Google, to provide the source code for the proprietary Google Chrome browser. In short, Google Chrome is the Chromium open source project built, packaged, and distributed by Google.
Yes, I understand that. My comment was also that Firefox works out of the box for many aspect that I use, including Netflix and various other ondemand services. The last time I checked this wasn’t possible with Chromium without the need for chrome-based plugins.
To be fair it was a few months ago that I checked and I would be stoked to hear that Chromium now works for Netflix, et al out of the box.
To be honest, if all versions of Ubuntu was merged together, they would be first. I don’t understand why Ubuntu are separated by DE while all other distribution don’t do that. It don’t help their ranking.
Possibly true. I guess my comment is more related to Ubuntu’s move from their own Unity DE to Gnome Shell 3, and whether this fall is related to that or not.
For me, Firefox for the win!
Primarily because it’s FOSS, improving with each release and just works out of the box for all aspects I use.
I know others may not have the same privacy concerns, but I find it difficult to justify using proprietary browsers - particularly produced by global conglomerates.