I ran Mint for quite a while, which is where I got hooked on using Cinnamon.
I have Arch on three desktops, with Antergos (think: prettified Arch) on my laptop, and all four machines use the Cinnamon desktop environment.
Actually, they are a managed hosting provider and you HAVE to use a control panel, ONLY if you intend to use their managed services. What is almost always missed by the majority of people are the unmanaged VPS plans offered by RocketVPS, which is a subsidiary of KnownHost.
Now, now, Tracy...
Which was my thought when the OP suggested KnownHost is somehow less than first cabin. As of the third of this month, I have been with KH for 6 years, to which @jwright can attest. In all that time, I think my site has been down three or four times, that were not self-inflicted. As for...
FileZilla is a lazy carry-over from when I ran Windows.
@RoldanLT , aren't you using Nemo? File >> Connect to Server >> Server Details should be giving you the option to select Type from a drop-down menu.
The items I generally add after a fresh Linux install are -
GIMP (if not already part of the install)
Meld (as mentioned above)
Plus, I generally install multiple browsers, for testing. Chromium, Epiphany, Midori, Opera, etc.
Hi Jake. Thanks for offering to help with this one.
OK, here is another attempt -
From top to bottom, the URL on the broken thumbnail is - http://www.tbucketeers.com/attachments/tux-png.9475/
If I click on the thumbnail, I get the issue where the lightbox tries to open then immediately...
After installing LiteSpeed and upgrading PHP from 5.4.17 to 5.4.24, I've suddenly encountered a problem with thumbnails not displaying.
However the full images display with no problem.
If I create the post with the thumbnail image, clicking on the broken thumbnail image will momentarily...
I used Mint for a few years, before moving over to the Linux Mint Debian Edition, back when Ikey Doherty was still involved with it. When Ikey moved on to do SolusOS, I went with him. I have a Mint 14 'Nadia' Cinnamon partition on one machine, but I do prefer using SolusOS. I cut my Linux...
To the OP, I suggest looking around at several distributions and downloading their LiveCD / LiveDVD environments for some testing. It will let you get a 'feel' for each distro, as well as allowing you to see if it plays well with your peripherals. At no cost, other than a few minutes of...