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I have a laptop computer as a spare, my main one being a desk top. I have seen a few comments recently about Linux Lite as a distro worth a look. So I thought that I would give it a once over.
However, when I opened its main web site I was greeted with the information that I am running an ad blocker. Correct. If I want to look at the site I must disable it. No chance. They claim that they are "currently losing 42% of our income due to Ad Blockers". That seems a very accurate percentage. How can they be so sure?
I also found via another site that to install Lite I need to have legacy mode switched on in UEFI. Again, no chance. So goodbye Linux Lite.
I have come across this request to turn off any ad blockers before, but never on the main web site of a Linux distro. What a pain.
Comments anyone? Neil -- The Mailing List for the Devon & Cornwall LUG https://mailman.dclug.org.uk/listinfo/list FAQ: http://www.dcglug.org.uk/listfaq