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Six Linux Distributions Benchmarked On The Dell XPS 9380 Laptop

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  • #11
    Solus should also have a place on this podium in my opinion.

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    • #12
      Where's the Conclusion/Summary? I don't like having to think for myself!

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      • #13
        Originally posted by jackflap View Post
        Where's the Conclusion/Summary? I don't like having to think for myself!
        Conclusion: if you're running on AC, don't use 'powersave' governor.

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        • #14
          Interesting you can use a USB-C Ethernet adapter to install Clear Linux. Which one did you use?

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          • #15
            Originally posted by indepe View Post
            Interesting you can use a USB-C Ethernet adapter to install Clear Linux. Which one did you use?
            Just some random StarTech.com one. It was actually USB Type-C but then with USB-C adapter.
            Michael Larabel
            http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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            • #16
              Hey. I am writing from a Ubuntu 18.10 instance running from a pendrive on a Dell 9380 i7 just delivered.
              There is no way this instance can see the Dell hard drive, not from Nautilus, not from Disk app, from GParted, from "sudo fdisk -l" or, of course, from the Install.

              Basically the only disk that is seen is the pendrive itself. This never happened to me and I have no idea how to proceed.
              Same thing with latest 19.0 image.

              Anybody has some clue on why the disk are not apearing?

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