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Get your free proof of concept for TuxCare: 🤍 Most of you probably know that you can only run macOS on hardware that Apple sells, at least if you're not willing to go the hackintosh route, which can be painful and complex. Still, some of us might want, or need to test stuff out on Apple's operating system, fortunately, there is now a simple solution to do just that, with just one command line. Become a channel member to get access to a weekly patroncast and vote on the next topics I'll cover: 🤍 Support the channel on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 Follow me on ODYSEE: 🤍 Or join ODYSEE: 🤍 The Linux Experiment merch: get your goodies there! 🤍 Link to SOSUMI: 🤍 How to install snap: 🤍 Mac OS Simple KVM: 🤍 Sosumi is a SNAP package that lets you install a Qemu virtual machine running Mac OS Catalina. It's nothing you couldn't do on your own with a bit more time, but this snap package has the advantage of being just one command line away, and taking care of all the setup for you. Now be warned that Apple's End User Licence Agreement doesn't allow to run Mac OS in a VM on hardware that isn't made by Apple, so do this at your own risk! As always with virtual machines, you need to ensure that your CPU supports virtualization in the BIOS. Once you're all set, you just open a terminal window, and run this command: sudo snap install sosumi Let the installation run its course, and you should get a menu entry called, you guessed it, SOSUMI. Run that to initialize the VM. You should get a terminal window which shows you the download progress for the system image that will let you install macOS. Click inside the window to focus is, and then press enter to start the installer. After a while, you should end up in the installer window for Mac OS. To begin with, you'll have to format the virtual disk that the VM has created for you. Double click on "disk utility", and select the disk called "Apple Inc. VirtIO Block media", with a size of 68Gb. Then, click on "Erase", and select the format you'd prefer using, I used APFS, as that's the most recent Apple Filesystem, but it will work fine if you use Mac OS Extended. Click the "Erase" button. The operation should be pretty fast, and you can then close the disk utility window, and start the installer by double clicking on "Reinstall macOS". Once the installation is complete, your VM will reboot and let you complete the first-run setup. You'll end up in Clover again. One last reboot, and you'll be able to select the "Boot mac OS frm Mac HD" option in Clover, the last option on the right. Once the boot process is complete, you'll have to sift through a few settings screen, and log in using an Apple ID, or create one if you don't already have one. Close the VM by shutting it down, and open your file manager. Snaps create a folder in your /home directory, to store everything, so head over there, and go to Sosumi, then Common. Here, you'll find a file called "launch". First, make a copy, in case something goes wrong, so you can restore the previous version, open the file with your text editor of choice. In this file, you'll see all the parameters for the Qemu virtual machine. -m defines the memory usage of the VM, in gigabytes. By default, it's 2, but as I have 32Gb on my device, I'll put 16 in there. Now, for the window resolution, it's a bit more involved. Type diskutil list Grab the identifier for the disk that reads EFI, it should be the same as mine, disk2s1. Then type sudo diskutil mount disk2s1 or replace disk2s1 by the correct identifier for your EFI disk. Now open the Finder, and go to the EFI disk in the sidebar. Open the CLOVER folder, and ediut the config.plist file, using textedit. Here, you'll find a line that reads screenresolution. Change the default of 1280x720 by what you want to use, in my case, 1920x1080. Save the file. Now, shut down the VM, and restart it. Right when you see the terminal window open, hit "escape". You'll see an interface that looks like a BIOS. Select device manager, OVMF Platform Configuration and then "change preferred". Press the F10 key to save, and then escape until you get back to the main menu, where you'll then select "Continue". You can also change the CPU core count affected to the VM. By default, you'll get 4 threads for 2 cores, listed in the line "-smp 4,cores=2". You can change that by putting another number.
Get 100$ credit for your own Linux and gaming server: 🤍 Grab a brand new laptop or desktop running Linux: 🤍 👏 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: Get access to a weekly podcast, vote on the next topics I cover, and get your name in the credits: YouTube: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Liberapay: 🤍 Or, you can donate whatever you want: 🤍 👕 GET TLE MERCH Support the channel AND get cool new gear: 🤍 🎙️ LINUX AND OPEN SOURCE NEWS PODCAST: Listen to the latest Linux and open source news, with more in depth coverage, and ad-free! 🤍 🏆 FOLLOW ME ELSEWHERE: Website: 🤍 Mastodon: 🤍 Pixelfed: 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 PeerTube: 🤍 This video is distributed under the Creative Commons Share Alike license. #Linux #macos #windows 00:00 Intro 00:29 Sponsor: 100$ free credit for your Linux or Gaming Server 01:26 Ultimate portability 02:59 Modularity 04:52 Live Systems 06:03 Support for older computers 07:25 Driverless printer support 08:54 Visual customization 10:37 Escaping vendor lock-in 12:13 And more! 13:47 Sponsor: Get a PC that supports Linux perfectly 14:46 Support the channel Linux Scoop channel: 🤍 You can literally grab your hard drive or SSD, plug it into another completely different PC, and still enjoy a fully functional install, with all your files, applications, and configurations. Since the drivers for all the hardware Linux supports are in the kernel, you don't depend on what the manufacturer has preinstalled on your computer, and you don't have anything to install either when you move your disk to another PC. The second thing is the ability to replace parts of your operating system with others, that fit your needs better. Windows and macOS are one size fits all operating systems; they're designed to provide a good enough experience for everyone. On Linux, you can pick a distro that fits your needs out of the box, or you can replace components. Get a other file manager, get a different window manager, change the init system... Third, we have the live USB, or Live CD. This is something only Linux based operating systems do. You slap a reasonably sized ISO onto a reasonably sized USB drive, and you boot from it, and you get a fully usable system. Not only can you try before you install, which is crucial when you're deciding what will run on your PC, but you can also have a distro that ONLY runs through a Live USB, like Tails, which means your whole system is in your pocket, and you can boot from it from any computer you want. Have you tried running Windows on a 10 year old computer? Or even older? The latest, still supported version of Windows? Good luck, without spending time building a custom ISO to debloat the OS, and crossing your fingers for drivers to exist for your old hardware and that specific version of Windows. On a Mac, it's even less doable, the latest version of macOS supports at most the mac pro from 2013, and that was a very powerful, expensive device when it released. On Linux? No problem, pick a distro that's lightweight, and enjoy your old computer like it was new. You'll get patches, security fixes, the very latest applications if you want them, but your system will run fine. If what you want is an OS that occupies the least amount of space possible? You also can. Fifth thing you can do on Linux but not on Windows or macOS? Driverless printer support. On Linux, printers are detected automatically, and work out of the box. No driver CD to try and fit in your computer that doesn't have a CD drive anymore, no need to download anything from the internet. You plug it in, and you print. Next is UI and UX customization. Windows and macOS can't be customized visually. Not out of the box, not more than light or dark theme, and an accent color. If you want to change the icons, the general theme, the layout of the desktop, you can't. With Linux, all major desktop environments let you change how your system looks or works. Yes, even GNOME. With extensions, and themes, you can have a radically different experience than the default. Next, is no vendor Lock-in. On Linux, you're free to move to anything else. Once your distro is end of life, and won't receive any patches, you can upgrade for free to the next version, or, if you don't like that new version, you can also just decide to change distributions entirely. On Linux, you could even BUY extended support to keep a distro alive and patched even when the distro's developer have abandoned it.
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После видео про мифы и реальность преимуществ Linux мне в комментариях писали о том, что неплохо было бы записать подобное видео про macOS и Linux. Но между этими ОС не так много битвы,, поэтому подобное видео как с Linux снять было сложно, но можно рассказать, что для меня Linux и что macOS. Linux лучше Windows - мифы и реальность 🤍 Канал програмысли видеоуроки: 🤍 Семейный канал: 🤍 Поддержать меня: 🤍 Обо мне: 🤍 Мой ИТ блог 🤍 Мой просто блог 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Инстаграм: 🤍 Телеграм: 🤍
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The Linux Mint 21 (Vanessa) beta has just been announced! In today's (unscripted) episode of Veronica Explains, let's try out the beta on a 2012 MacBook Pro! We'll customize Cinnamon a bit, install OBS from a Flatpak, and walk through what makes Linux Mint an excellent distro for Linux users of all skill levels. And with only a minimal amount of overheating issues! All music recorded by me, on Linux, of course! And if you want to help me make more Linux content: 🪙 🤍 👕 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:26 Why use Linux Mint? 03:29 Booting from, and playing with, the live USB 06:51 Release notes and installing Linux Mint 09:50 First impressions of the new Linux Mint install 10:56 Walking through the "First Steps" guide 14:45 Updating for the first time and playing with the Panel 15:53 System settings in Linux Mint 16:32 Software Manager and installing OBS from Flatpak 18:21 Customizing the Panel (taskbar) 19:52 Trying OBS from the Flatpak, testing the camera 20:24 Other applications shipped with Linux Mint 22:56 Parting thoughts #LinuxMint #MacBookPro #Linux
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How to Make Ubuntu Look Like Mac OS Ventura. In this video I am going to show how to theme your ubuntu desktop to look like MacOS Ventura. Ubuntu 22.04 / 22.10 comes with Gnome Desktop that allows Customizing gnome shell to look like macOS. *Read InDepth Article* : 🤍 #Ubuntu #Gnome #Customization 🙏 Support ME ↪ 🤍 Useful Links White Sur theme Download - 🤍 MacOS Ventura ICON Pack - 🤍 MacOS wallpaper - 🤍 Recommended Videos To Watch Ubuntu 22.04 On Mac - 🤍 Best Terminal Apps You Should Try ↪ 🤍 Install ubuntu 22.04 LTS on Any PC Step By Step ↪ 🤍 Dual Boot Ubuntu 22.04 LTS & Windows 11 ↪ 🤍 How to Upgrade To Ubuntu 22.04 ↪ 🤍 Ubuntu 22.04 Top Features, What’s New ? ↪ 🤍 * Watch Other Tech Videos * Install ChromeOS Flex On Any PC / Laptop ↪ 🤍 Microsoft New Linux is Here ↪ 🤍 Install Android 12 On any Smartphone ↪ 🤍 Ubuntu 21.10 Brand New Features ↪ 🤍 Microsoft Windows 11 Top Features ↪ 🤍 Top 10 Best Terminal Apps For Linux ↪ 🤍 MacBook Pro With Gnome 40 & Fedora 34 ↪ 🤍 Install Bpytop On Linux ↪ 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 USB Boot ↪ 🤍 Install Gnome 40 On Ubuntu ↪ 🤍 Best Linux Distros For Windows Users ↪ 🤍 Dual boot Windows 10 & Pop OS ↪ 🤍 Linux Mint Vs Ubuntu Ultimate Speed Test ↪ 🤍 Gnome 40 Full Feature List ↪ 🤍 Install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS On LIVE USB / SSD With Persistent Storage - 🤍 Learn Dual boot More In-depth From Scratch Like Installing Windows & Ubuntu on an Empty Drive watch this 🤍 © KSK ROYAL MereSai
It's about time for some more Mac-focused content! Today we're going to try and install Ubuntu Linux 5.04 on my G4 Cube. Ubuntu 5.04: 🤍 David's First Package: 🤍 David's Second Package: 🤍 ● Gear I use to make these videos: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Tripod (mine is discontinued): 🤍 Smaller Tripod: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Editing Software (Premiere): 🤍 Thumbnail Editor (Photoshop): 🤍 ● Affiliate Links (these links will earn me a commission if you purchase something through them at no additional cost to you): Get a FREE 30-DAY TRIAL of Amazon Prime: 🤍 Get 2 FREE Audiobooks with Audible: 🤍 Try Twitch Prime for FREE: 🤍 Amazon: 🤍 ● Follow Me: Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 ● Music/Credits: Background Music: 🤍 & YouTube Audio Library Outro Music: Silent Partner - Bet On It Source: YouTube Audio Library Amazon Affiliate Notice: I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. All Amazon links that I provide will use my affiliate code with Amazon. Some materials in this video are used under Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, which allows "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, and research. #MichaelMJD #Ubuntu #Mac
✅ E-book sobre profissões do futuro da Trybe: 🤍 Uma das coisas que chama a atenção ao começar a usar o macOS em comparação com Windows e Linux, é que o sistema costuma usar muita memória RAM, seguidamente enchendo completamente o espaço disponível através de cache, memória comprimida, entre outras coisas, mas mesmo com a memória RAM lotada, o macOS dificilmente trava ou apresenta muitas instabilidades. Qual será o segredo? O Linux se utiliza de técnicas semelhantes, o que pode significar que obrigar o seu sistema a usar menos memória no boot, não é necessariamente a melhor das ideias, a menos que você esteja rodando um servidor. 👑 Seja membro do canal: 🤍 📩 Receba novidades no seu Email: 🤍 🥇 Agradecimento especial a todos os nossos membros, em especial aos da categoria "Diolinux GO" por nos ajudarem a continuar criando conteúdo: ‣ Leonardo Thozo ⭐ Conheça o nosso trabalho: 🤍 🎤 Nosso PodCast: 🤍 🎮 Nosso canal de Lives de games: 🤍 🛒 Nossa loja (na Lolja): 🤍 📬 Contato comercial: blogdiolinux🤍gmail.com #Apple #Linux #RAM
What is the FASTEST operating system available today? How much does running under Docker impact perf? What about WSL2 vs native? Dave tests Windows, Mac, and Linux to find out! Using a rigorous set of comprehensive benchmarks, he presents the data on each Operating System as run on the 16-core Ryzen 5950X, 32-core Threadripper 3970X, and 20-core Mac Ultra Studio. For information on my book, "Secrets of the Autistic Millionaire": 🤍 Link to the Primes project: 🤍 Ling to the WGET for GeekBench Linux: 🤍 Geekbench Docker: docker run -it rm davidsarkany/geekbench && docker rmi davidsarkany/geekbench Github for Docker container: 🤍 My other channel, join now so you're there for episode 01 of my AudioBook! 🤍 Discord Chat w/ Myself and Subscribers: 🤍 Primary Equipment (Amazon Affiliate Links): * Camera: Sony FX-3 - 🤍 * Camera Lens: 50mm F1.4 Art DG HSM - 🤍 * Microphone: Electro Voice RE 320 - 🤍 * Teleprompter: Glide Gear TMP 100 - 🤍 * SD Cards: Sony TOUGH - 🤍
Salut c'est Léo de la chaine TechMaker et aujourd'hui on va se demander pourquoi il n'y a aucun jeu sur MacOS et Linux alors qu'il y en a beaucoup sur Windows ! C'est fait exprès ? Peut-être. 🌟 Abonnez-vous à la chaîne, c'est 100% gratuit : 🤍 N'oubliez pas de liker la vidéo, ça m'aide ÉNORMÉMENT ! 👍 Et n'hésitez pas non plus à commenter, je répond très souvent :) 💬 Enfin, pour ne rater aucune vidéo, activez la cloche ! 🔔 Ma dernière vidéo ➡️ 🤍 Si vous voulez soutenir financièrement la chaîne et avoir des avantages exclusifs dessus comme un badge exclusif, c'est ici : 🤍 🎥 Mon setup COMPLET (PC / Caméra / Autres) : 🤍 Suivez moi sur mes réseaux sociaux pour plus d'exclusivités : 🐦 Twitter: 🤍LeoTechMaker 📷 Instagram: 🤍LeoTechMaker Contact pro (seulement pro) : leotechmaker🤍gmail.com
I'm always looking for affordable Linux machines so I installed Manjaro Linux on 2012 MacBook Pro with eGPU support and was blown away! Here's the command to force something to run with the egpu, just put this on the line before the application name: DRI_PRIME=1 ☀ Linux on a 2012 MacBook Pro installation tutorial now available here: 🤍 I'm using Kubuntu in the tutorial but the process is very similar for other distributions. ☀ Links MacBook Pros on Swappa: 🤍 MacBook Pros on Ebay: 🤍 Mini Displayport to HDMI: 🤍 Mini Displayport to Displayprot: 🤍 eGPU Enclosure I use: 🤍 Thunderbolt 3 to 2 adapter: 🤍 Thunderbolt 2 cable: 🤍 ☀ Gear used for my videos: Deity V-Mic D3 Pro: 🤍 Panasonic Lumix G7 Camera: 🤍 Panasonic Lumix G85 Camera: 🤍 Panasonic 25mm f1.7 lens: 🤍 Limo Studio Lights: 🤍 Zoom H1n Handy Recorder: 🤍 ☀ Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 #linux #manjaro #macbook #macbookpro
✅ Crie seu servidor Linux hoje mesmo: 🤍 Ao criar a sua conta pelo link você recebe $100,00 de crédito para usar por 60 dias. ✅Organize seu e-mail com Sanebox: 🤍 Receba $25,00 de crédito para testar a ferramenta. Softwares de código aberto existem aos montes, e hoje vamos falar de 5 (um pouco mais de 5, na verdade) projetos ou aplicativos pelos quais eu nutro algumas expectativas para 2023. Com mudanças no mercado, como a compra do Twitter e do Figma, alguns outros softwares acabaram ganhando mais destaque, mas também existem alguns que estão no mundo Linux há muito mais tempo, mas que finalmente parecem estar maduros o suficiente para alçar voos maiores. 👑 Seja membro do canal: 🤍 🔴 Vídeos exclusivos: 🤍 📘 Cursos e séries exclusivos para membros: 🤍 📩 Notícias do mundo Tech, Linux e Open Source: 🤍 ⭐ Todas as nossas redes sociais: 🤍 🎤 Nosso Podcast: 🤍 🎮 Nosso canal de Lives de games: 🤍 🛒 Nossa loja (na Lolja): 🤍 📊 Confira os benchmarks em detalhes: 🤍 📬 Contato comercial: blogdiolinux🤍gmail.com 📎 Fontes e Links: ‣ Mastodon: 🤍 ‣ Penpot: 🤍 ‣ Akira - Software de UI Design: 🤍 ‣ Kdenlive - Editor de vídeo: 🤍 ‣ Olive: 🤍 ‣ Waydroid: 🤍 ‣ Podman: 🤍 ‣ Asahi: 🤍 📹 Produção: Roteiro e Apresentação: Dionatan Simioni Edição e efeitos: Rafael Shikamaru #linux #opensource #software #android #mac #asahilinux
Você ainda tem dúvidas sobre qual sistema operacional é o melhor para desenvolver? Essa discussão não é nova, todo programador em algum momento sentiu necessidade de experimentar outro sistema operacional para tentar ser mais produtivo. Diga pra gente nos comentários qual é o seu sistema operacional favorito! 📝 𝗟𝗶𝗻𝗸𝘀 𝗖𝗶𝘁𝗮𝗱𝗼𝘀 → eBook Dicas de Carreira para Devs (Elton Minetto): 🤍 → Processo seletivo Trybe: 🤍 📡 𝗦𝗶𝗴𝗮 𝗮𝘀 𝗿𝗲𝗱𝗲𝘀 𝗱𝗼 𝗖𝗗𝗙𝗧𝗩 → 🤍 📸𝗜𝗻𝘀𝘁𝗮𝗴𝗿𝗮𝗺 → 🤍 ☕ 𝗖𝗹𝘂𝗯𝗲 𝗱𝗼𝘀 𝗖𝗗𝗙𝘀 𝗻𝗼 𝗬𝗼𝘂𝘁𝘂𝗯𝗲 → 🤍 𝑵ó𝒔 ❤️ 𝒓𝒆𝒄𝒆𝒃𝒆𝒓 𝒑𝒓𝒆𝒔𝒆𝒏𝒕𝒆𝒔, 𝒄𝒂𝒓𝒕𝒂𝒔, 𝒃𝒓𝒊𝒏𝒅𝒆𝒔 𝒆 𝒎𝒊𝒎𝒐𝒔. Caixa Postal: 91735 - Cep: 25620-972 Petrópolis / RJ 💻 Edição e Áudio: RW Studio 🔗 Um vídeo do site Código Fonte #Linux #macOS #Windows #Vlog154
Asahi Linux is here! It's a Linux distro custom built for M1 Apple Silicon. I'll install it on my M1 Mac mini and find out how it compares to trusty old macOS running on the same hardware! Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 2nd Channel: 🤍 #Apple #Asahi #Linux Mentioned in this video: - Asahi Linux: 🤍 - Recompile Linux shirt: 🤍 - Phoronix M1 Mac vs Linux Benchmarks: 🤍 - Raspberry Pi 4 model B: 🤍 - Honeycomb LX2: 🤍 Contents: 00:00 - Linux on a Mac? 01:22 - Asahi's installer 03:07 - First boot - Internet browsing 04:00 - 10G Ethernet testing 04:52 - Is Asahi faster than macOS? 05:43 - Sometimes it is! 06:59 - Missing features 07:59 - Headless Linux server? 09:12 - Install tips 10:01 - Looking forward
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How to dual boot Ubuntu & macOS On Your Mac. Install Ubuntu On Mac AlongSide MacOS. Using this method you can install ubuntu 22.04 or 22.10 NATIVELY On any Mac. This Guide Will Work Properly On Any Mac Without T2 Security Chip. *Note* - *If Your Mac Comes With T2 Chip you must disable some features to boot Ubuntu Installer from the USB. To Do So, FIRST Restart Your Mac, Hold Command + R, to boot into recovery mode. From the menu bar, choose utilities, startup security utility and choose to allow booting from external media* 🙏 *Support ME* 🙏 ↪ 🤍 Install ubuntu On m1 Mac ↪ 🤍 Install Asahi Linux On Apple Silicon Bare Metal ↪ 🤍 = *Time Stamps* = 00:00 Introduction 02:06 Creating A Free Space For Ubuntu 03:56 Download ubuntu ISO 06:00 Installing Ubuntu 10:57 Performance 11:34 Fix Battery Draining 13:40 Delete Ubuntu = *Important Links* = Balena Etcher - 🤍 Ubuntu - 🤍 If Balena etcher is not working for you try bootable drive maker for Mac : 🤍 Fix Battery issue - 🤍 = *Watch Other Tech Videos* = Dual Boot Arch Linux and Windows - 🤍 Install Rocky Linux ON M1 Mac With UTM ↪ 🤍 Install ChromeOS Flex On Any PC / Laptop ↪ 🤍 Microsoft New Linux is Here ↪ 🤍 Install Android 12 On any Smartphone ↪ 🤍 Ubuntu 21.10 Brand New Features ↪ 🤍 Microsoft Windows 11 Top Features ↪ 🤍 Top 10 Best Terminal Apps For Linux ↪ 🤍 MacBook Pro With Gnome 40 & Fedora 34 ↪ 🤍 Install Bpytop On Linux ↪ 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 USB Boot ↪ 🤍 Install Gnome 40 On Ubuntu ↪ 🤍 Best Linux Distros For Windows Users ↪ 🤍 Dual boot Windows 10 & Pop OS ↪ 🤍 Linux Mint Vs Ubuntu Ultimate Speed Test ↪ 🤍 Gnome 40 Full Feature List ↪ 🤍 Install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS On LIVE USB / SSD With Persistent Storage - 🤍 Learn Dual boot More In-depth From Scratch Like Installing Windows & Ubuntu on an Empty Drive watch this 🤍 = © KSK ROYAL MereSai =
Querendo rodar o macOS no seu PC via máquina virtual? Conheça um projeto chamado Sosumi, um Snap que é capaz de criar uma instalação completa do macOS Catalina via QEMU dentro do seu Linux de forma simples e direta. Com um projeto assim, ainda que com limitações, é possível rodar alguns aplicativos do ecossistema Apple, como o XCode e o simulador de iPhone contido nele, conforme demonstrado neste vídeo. 🔥Conheça as vagas de emprego da Trybe: - Pessoa instrutora júnior: 🤍 - Pessoa instrutora sênior: 🤍 ⭐ Nos siga em todas as plataformas: 🤍 👑 𝗦𝗲𝗷𝗮 𝗠𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗿𝗼: 🤍 🤔 Qual a vantagem de ser Membro do canal? 🤍 💜 Entre no nosso Discord: 🤍 📬 Contato comercial: blogdiolinux🤍gmail.com 📎 𝗙𝗼𝗻𝘁𝗲𝘀 𝗲 𝗟𝗶𝗻𝗸𝘀: - 🤍 - 🤍 #Linux #macOS #KVM
Leon fala sobre os principais sistemas operacionais e sua experiência com cada um deles. Esse é um canal de cortes de lives e vídeos dos demais canais de Leon e Nilce. Aqui, você vê com destaque um tema relevante. Para assistir todo conteúdo, conheça os demais canais. ⚠️ As lives estão acontecendo todos os domingos, às 20h, no canal República Coisa de Nerd! República: 🤍 Coisa de Nerd: 🤍 Cadê a Chave: 🤍
I asked ChatGPT to resolve the age-old dilemma - Which is better - Windows, Linux or macOS? After a lot of back and forth, the chatbot identified six main pillars of an operating system, assigned a best option for each of the pillars, acknowledged that a score list based on its own assessment could be created, and finally confirmed a clear winner under the set circumstances. Music: - To Pass Time by Godmode - Chill Day by Lakey Inspired
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✅Conheça a Hospedagem da Hostinger acessando 🤍 Use o cupom "DIOLINUX" para ter 10% de desconto. O projeto OSX-KVM acabou dando original a outro ainda mais interessante, o DOCKER-OSX, que, acredite se quiser, permite rodar o sistema da Apple usando containers Docker com praticamente nenhuma complicação. Apenas um comando é o suficiente para começar a rodar o sistema da Apple virtualizado via KVM usando Docker em qualquer uma das suas últimas versões. A ferramenta, ainda que permita a instalação e o uso sem maiores problemas, algo útil especialmente para programadores que querem fazer a publicação de Apps para iOS ou até mesmo debugar seu código usando Xcode, não deixa de ser considerado ilegal pela Apple, assim como a prática de Hackintosh. A performance da VM não é excelente também, mas pode ser usada para atividades mais leves, e com algumas dicas, é possível melhorar a performance de forma significativa. 👑 Seja membro do canal: 🤍 🔴 Vídeos exclusivos: 🤍 📘 Cursos e séries exclusivos para membros: 🤍 📩 Notícias do mundo Tech, Linux e Open Source: 🤍 ⭐ Todas as nossas redes sociais: 🤍 🎤 Nosso Podcast: 🤍 🎮 Nosso canal de Lives de games: 🤍 🛒 Nossa loja (na Lolja): 🤍 📊 Confira os benchmarks em detalhes: 🤍 📬 Contato comercial: blogdiolinux🤍gmail.com 📎 Fontes e Links: ‣ Documentação Docker: 🤍 ‣ Projeto Open Source Docker-OSX: 🤍 ‣ Otimizações para macOS: 🤍 ‣ Como usar Docker (para iniciantes): 🤍 📹 Produção: Roteiro e Apresentação: Dionatan Simioni Edição e efeitos: Rafael Shikamaru #linux #docker #macos #windows #opensource
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Hey Guys a lot of you guys are wondering how to install macOS in your PC but everyone will suggest VM or Hackintosh in this method you will create a VM but this will be more stable and easy and smoother. I hope you enjoyed your shout out Zkarl✌😎🤞 The Software I'm gonna show you is called Sosumi. And I really hope you enjoyed this video Thank You.