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>> No.61733110

/flt/ beat you already

>> No.61733112

Under the protection o the almighty GNU. Thank you OP.

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Feel free to come back when you're done hating.

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im currenty writing SFTP GUI client (pic rel)
what ciphers should i use to make CIA nigeers cry?

>> No.61733395

Best lightweight vim-mode browser? Currently using qutebrowser. Is it worth trying to make luakit compile?

>> No.61733469

Why. Thereis already good sftp client.

>> No.61733489

ur probably right, but im writing this app as a base to client app 4 my rpi-based backup server.

BTW what client u use?

>> No.61733578


>> No.61733581

It's time to face the facts. Richard Stallman is nothing more than a whining, overly obese autistic manbaby who has not done anything beneficial for the computing OR technology world in the past 20 years. Seriously. Name something that RMS has done after 1995 besides bitching, crying, and moaning about bullshit that does not matter, or making some retarded, incomprehensible speech.

He demands that Linux be called GNU/Linux. That is fucking insane. The only reason GNU, GPL, and FSF are still a THING is because of Linus and the invention of Linux. If anything, Stallman should rename GNU to Linux/GNU, because without Linus, the GNU, GPL, and FSF would not be a thing anymore.

Stallman still has the fucking gonads to act like he's superior to everyone else. Saying shit such as "I'm not glad he's dead, but I'm glad he's gone" right after Steve Jobs' death. What an asshole. Stallman has not even programmed a single line of code since 2008, that was AFTER he essentially stopped in 1992.

He should be fucking grateful Linus stepped in to save his ass, and even allowing him to take partial credit for his achievements. If it wasn't for Linus, he would be nothing, he would probably be dead in a Burger King dumpster right now.

Besides, what has he ever even done? He claims to have written eMacs, but in reality he actually cloned gosmacs (the first eMacs that was made for UNIX). He didn't even write 50% of the code in eMacs.

You might say he wrote GCC and GDB, but the truth is that he initally wrote the C compiler, but now the vast majority for the same compiler is done by contributors.

He's a washed up, morbidly obese man who tries to stay relevant by having these retarded arguments that are similar to those found in the Soviet Union. Face it GNU/Freetards, Richard Stallman is a fat dickhead, and the only reason his name is still in the books is because of Linus's achievements.

>> No.61733595

stallman is not a philosophically pure person. he follows his ideals when convenient, and ignores them or slightly alters them when the conflict isn't worth it.

stallman is an egoist in denial, afraid of admitting that he just wants some fucking source code instead of a world where he has to rely on other people because he knows he wouldn't get it that way.

his system has some practical merits but his attempts at creating moral justifications are completely pathetic and nonsensical. how low do you have to be to have to make up bullshit "oughts" when you can just say "it would be fucking better"?

>> No.61733605

Linus writes beautiful code. He has published some side projects that he wrote all on his own and the code is just wonderful. He also lives in the real world while still maintaining his open source ideals and supporting himself through his work.

RMS is basically a homeless loser who hasn't made any real contributions in the last 20 years. He is still super butthurt that Linux beet HURD (but hey, HURD just got basic sound support in 2016!) and basically tries to claim Linux because Linus used GCC and the GNU coreutils. He survives on the charity of others and speaking engagements where he spouts his insane, paranoid, philosophy. Basically he won't be happy until all the programmers are homeless hackers like him and all the companies are shut down. How people are supposed to support themselves and their families in that scenario aren't things he has to deal with because he is basically a permanent grad student. He does make some good points about privacy, but for him, there is no middle ground. Anything that may reduce your privacy even the slightest bit (like movie recommendations on Netflix) is evil according to him, and must be destroyed. In a lot of ways he show classic signs of mental splitting, which is a classic symptom of mental illness. To top it off, when he does write code, he does so in the style of the awful GNU style guide which is a crime against humanity IMHO.

So, in a nutshell:
He's a bird-fucking, self-absorbed, power hungry, toe jam eating pedophile that thinks everything should be free and everyone should be forced to share, who looks like he hasn't showered in years so as to create a static shield around his body to protect from aliens. He also created an OS without a kernel because he's basically Steve Jobs gone communist. Oh, and he calls himself doctor though he holds no PhD.

>> No.61733622

Don't call it GNU/Linux. It gives Stallsham undue credit. He's done nothing but take credit for the work of others and has the audacity to call himself a Doctor when he couldn't even finish his Masters.

wrote emacs
Contributed to guy steele's TECO macros, later cloned gosmacs, the actual first emacs for UNIX. If stallman wrote emacs, apple is the sole creator of webkit.
wrote gcc and gdb
He wrote the C compiler initially, but the vast majority of development for other compilers and the C compiler has came from non-stallman sources.

And he hasn't programmed in years. Stallman is washed up, and his justifications for copyleft are horribly invalid nonsense that would make more sense if they were actual thinly veiled communism instead of selfish ramblings and a desire for a world that catered to his specific social class.

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Reminder: GNU and FSF exists because Richard "M" Stallman got a hissyfit at a printer being propriatary, yet printers are still propriatary. Richard Stallman has contributed literally nothing to the world.

>> No.61733757

No. He hated that the drivers were propietary so he couldn't make it do what he wanted. He rewrote the driver.

>> No.61733853

Show me all the open source,freedom(libre) printing drivers for commercially available printers.including business class printers
(you cant) :^)

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so much hate, pls stahp. ;_;

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Damn, only non cancerus thread had been just killed by fucking trolls.
I hope you niggers are proud
both threads are dead now, they are jews
Alright guys, is it possible to make firefox use QT file dialog instead GTK

>> No.61733906

Tried to install ubuntu on my XPS 8300 using a usb stick. At the very end it says "Unable to install GRUB in /dev/sda Executing `grub-install /dev/sda` failed. This is a fatal error". It gives me the option to choose another partition but none of them worked. Finally I choose "continue without bootloader", and when i reboot it gives me a black screen forever. What did I do wrong?

>> No.61733924

>He demands that Linux be called GNU/Linux. That is fucking insane. The only reason GNU, GPL, and FSF are still a THING is because of Linus and the invention of Linux. If anything, Stallman should rename GNU to Linux/GNU, because without Linus, the GNU, GPL, and FSF would not be a thing anymore.

Without GNU linux couldn't work (at the time now we have busybox and stuff). They depend on each other.

>Stallman still has the fucking gonads to act like he's superior to everyone else. Saying shit such as "I'm not glad he's dead, but I'm glad he's gone" right after Steve Jobs' death. What an asshole. Stallman has not even programmed a single line of code since 2008, that was AFTER he essentially stopped in 1992.

Steve jobs was a maker of non-free software. He was saying he was glad that he was gone. He would have also been glad if steve had stopped. It doesn't matter how much code he wrote but instead how important the code he did write was.

>He should be fucking grateful Linus stepped in to save his ass, and even allowing him to take partial credit for his achievements. If it wasn't for Linus, he would be nothing, he would probably be dead in a Burger King dumpster right now.

Without GNU and the free software movement linus may not have even written linux or it may not have been free as in freedom.

he started the free software movement and without him it is very doubtful linux, firefox, vim, emacs, apache and most other non-BSD free software would exist at all.

>stallman is not a philosophically pure person. he follows his ideals when convenient, and ignores them or slightly alters them when the conflict isn't worth it.

name one time he did this

>> No.61733953

Try to run grub-install in console and tell us the log.

>> No.61733973

Can someone redpill me on the -k flag of "sort"? The manpage isn't clear (or I'm just too retarded).

>> No.61733976

is it dualboot with win**ws?
is your board protected by secureboot?

we all know it, dont swallow that gay bait
BTW i came to 4chan cuz site that i liked in past sux -> go to /b/; gay porn, no even cancerus YLYL -> go to /g/ damn trolls destroy only good thread.

>> No.61733991

Did you try info sort?

>> No.61734050

Sorry, what console? I'm new

I don't want to dualboot. It used to have windows installed in it but I wiped it out. Ubuntu didn't even recognise another OS previously installed. In this case, is a bootloader necessary? I'm not sure if it has secureboot or not. How do I check? BIOS settings?

>> No.61734068

Try info sort. There's a lot of more information than at the mapage.
k 1 sorts by field 1, field 1 is the first field of a line, delimited by whitespace

For example
ps ax | sort -n -k 2
will sort the output (n)umeric by field 2 (the pid).

>> No.61734098

>bootloader necessary
>BIOS settings
try, if you know board model, lurk for documentation.
PS.you always can try

>> No.61734100

Type ctl-alt-f2 to switch to a virtual teeminal and type "grub-install /dev/sda" there.

>> No.61734103

ps a u x*
remove the spaces between a u and x

For some reason I couldn't post this; it game me connection error.

>> No.61734126

lel, I guess that's some cloudflare crap or something.
Currently blacklisted:
- la -l
- cat /etc/something
- ps aux

>> No.61734136

>la- l
ls -[/cod]l ofc

also, just use code tags to circument connection errors

>> No.61734153

>info sort

>> No.61734186
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I'm sick of Windows' shit, and also recently graduated college and am trying to get into some serious programming and development. My roommate got a Thinkpad Chromebook and runs ChromeOS alongside Lubuntu on the same kernel, he says he loves it. Doesn't miss Windows at all except for gaming.

I, however never bothered to switch BECAUSE of gaming. I've been thinking of trying to go Linux full-time for the reasons above, and just dual-boot Windoze for muh gaymen.

I'm not totally sure if I should just go all-in, but I'm a staunch utilitarian and if Linux is objectively better, I'll go for it. If that's the case, should I install Mint/Ubuntu as my primary OS on my (120GB) SSD, and just put Windows on my (1TB) HDD alongside all my game files?

I already keep all my games on the HDD anyway. But would I have to pre-partition the drive if I want to use some of it for /home or something, because of the filesystems?

>> No.61734253

Don't use Mint, its broken and insecure trash. Use Ubuntu (which Mint is based on) and/or Debian is also a good choice.

>> No.61734358

Which is the objectively best DE? I hear Unity actually doesn't suck anymore and is really useful in terms of the keyboard shortcuts. But Gnome probably has moar compatibility with shit right? And I've heard polarizing things about KDE.

>> No.61734407

The best DE is the DE which suits your needs. I suggest trying the most common. The all have flaws and features. KDE is bloated, but has a nice filepicker, GNOME is going downhill since they started removing features, trying to be lightweight. I personaly like Xfce, but here you need a compositor like compton so you don't have screen tearing. Unity died and Ubuntu ships GNOME now. Mate and Cinnamon are comfy for beinners since they are a bit windowsesque.

>> No.61734444

just use any de and if you need something, install a program that does the job
i just use xbindkeys and use the same config on all my systems so the de doesn't matter

>> No.61734505

Which one looks the most slick/"""minimalist""" (I hate that word). I get the feeling KDE probably has a lot of bullshit going on if you say it's bloated, and made to look like Windows.

Can you uninstall & replace the DE in any flavor of ubuntu? Or are there dependencies that go deep and make it hard to rip all that up smoothly?

Also nice quads

>> No.61734549

I have Arch running on Pi Zero W and I want to add a swap file, because at any given time the memory usage exceeds 40-50%. I've never messed with swap though, so I have some questions:

Is 512MiB enough? I'd assume so, but you know...

Should I use zram/zswap? Or will that just eat up CPU and be counterproductive?

How can I set it up for the best results?

>> No.61734567

Most minimalist while being "standard": XFCE
Most minimalist: openbox, i3

>> No.61734605

You can replace DEs on any distro, but stuff can break when you don't know what you're doing. Switching Window Managers, like, installing i3 or openbox on Ubuntu works flawlessly. In fact you can install 1000 WMs and just switch between them before you login.

Lightweight: Xfce, OpenBox, i3, but if you want something that just works without any tinkering, use KDE. "bloat" can be one man's useless crap and other man's usefull feature.

Just try some DEs and WMs in a VM and decide what you like. Pretty much any distro is lightweight, compared to Windows.

>> No.61734622

Where is config.h file located? I want to customize my st terminal but I can't find it.

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Thanks, XFCE is actually what I've had my eye on the most, I think I'll go with that.

As far as relegating Windows to its time-out playpen on my HDD. Is that a good idea? Is there any reason it'd be worth sacrificing the 20gb to keep it on the SSD alongside Xubuntu?

>> No.61734740

Buy a cheap used HDD and install Windows there. If you only use it for vidya it won't matter if it crashes in a year.

Also most of the currently popular vidya run fine on Linux.

>> No.61734758

Also FIY Xubuntu has a WiFi problem they never bothered to fix that you may run into.

>> No.61734817

Which problem?

>> No.61734845

I found this extremly large collection of cows. How can I turn them into cowsay cows? https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sindresorhus/cows/master/cows.txt

>> No.61734861

>Also most of the currently popular vidya run fine on Linux.

>> No.61734875

Not Titanfall :'(

Literally the sole thing tethering me to this abomination of an OS. Th-thanks directx12

>> No.61734889

lmao, neat

/ | ||
* ||----||
^^ ^^
Abe Lincoln's

try splitting them with awk or something and look into /usr/share/cowsay/cows/ for an example cow so you know how to format them

and post results

>> No.61734920

Are you the same guy from the other thread?
>large text file delimited by 2 newlines
Use csplit.

>> No.61734924

What's a good virtual machine? I saw some people say negative stuff about VirtualBox a few times here and I am trying to break out of le bot net.

>> No.61734955


o o
/| |\/
/ |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---||
* || || || || || || || || || || || || || || ||
Cow Centipede

Saved and working on a solution, give me a minute.

>> No.61734999

You're nothing more than a pea brained fucktard.
Nobody likes you and you are neither winning friends nor influencing people.

>> No.61735012

Yes, no idea how to use csplit tho

>> No.61735043

Good and bad news.
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sindresorhus/cows/master/cows.txt && csplit -sn3 -f 'part' cows.txt '/^$/2' '{*}'
Results in 460 cow files. The hard part is to add the thoughts lines correcty and I don't think that it's possible with scripting.

>> No.61735044

Check the man page you dip

>> No.61735053

Okay, this is really cool. This is a wayland compositor that's a 3D maze like doom/quake/wolfenstein. It's just an experiment right now, but I really hope whoever made this expands it.

>> No.61735066

what is the fresh new meme icon set to use now?

>> No.61735073

ACYL is the ricer's icon set of choice.

>> No.61735095


>> No.61735114

You don't need icons, you just need your tiling wm like i3

>> No.61735115

That really is pretty cool.

>> No.61735119

What if you just use a generic box without thought lines above the cow?

>> No.61735126

don't talk to me

>> No.61735141

When it comes to numbers, yeah. Hearthstone, StarCraft, TF2, CSGO, Overwatch, Diablo 3, Rocket League, Dota 2...

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thanks ulauncher

>> No.61735164

I'm going to talk to you and you can't stop me

>> No.61735206

Overwatch runs on Linux now?

>> No.61735232

Pretty much all the popular stuff... All of Valve's games, for one. And even if it doesn't work you could always try wine, the most popular shit usually has a wine config. If you have enough ram you could of course run a vm.

>> No.61735247


>> No.61735263

Last I heard was Wine runs like shit for modern games, but that was probably like 2010.

>> No.61735267

Try dmenu2. It's pre zen.

>> No.61735269

>17 IP's
>71 posts


>> No.61735271

Wine doesn't count.

>> No.61735287

>I can't count

>> No.61735348


>18 IP's
>76 replies


>> No.61735369

what do you think generals are?
you are a flt fag arent you?

>> No.61735408

For you, maybe.

>> No.61735449

vm with passthough is always the better option
reminder that wine workes directly with the system

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It doesn't exists out of the box. You need to create it.
A default file is already there, which you can copy-paste.
cp config.def.h config.h
Then just run make clean install.
Also make sure to always check the shipped README or INSTALL file when compiling programs.

>> No.61735641

For anyone who wants GPU performance within 50% of native and reasonable assurance that they won't get whacked by anti-cheat in multiplayer.

>> No.61735827

$ dmesg | grep "string"
[ 0.000000] Disabled fast string operations

How can I enable fast string operations, or stop it from being disabled?

>> No.61735972

not him, but ty, I was wondering about the same thing

>> No.61736045
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What are some cool terminal commands?

>> No.61736071

Is there a decent f.lux for Linux yet that can:

>Transition slowly over to cooler instead of "slow" being 10 seconds.
>Give me back my Windows f.lux Alt+PgUp/PgDn to dim and brighten the screen backlight.

I think I need to try redshift again, it can do screen brightness but through the console? I never got it to respond though

>> No.61736143

There's f.lux for loonix, but you should try redshift instead since it's free software and does pretty much the same job. There's also reshift-gtk if you need a gui in your panel but it isn't needed.
Run "man redshift" to get the flags you need, brightness can be done with -g (gamma) and the transition speed can be turned on and off (theres no option for speed but it doesn't make sense anyway).
I don't even use a config, I just have
redshift -g 0.9 -m randr -r -t 6500:5300
in my xinitrc

>dim and brighten the screen backlight
just bind xbacklight to hotkeys

>> No.61736198


Playing around with it again now.

You use gamma for brightness? There was an actual -b brightness value from 0.1 to 1 I tried last time and it didn't work, maybe gamma will work instead.

>> No.61736208

Looks like if you CPU doesn't support it (as stateted in the MSR) or if you have a buggy family it is disabled. So I think if it is disabled you don't want to enable it.
Here is a patch to try harder to enable it but it wasn't accepted https://patchwork.kernel.org/patch/2507111/

>> No.61736213

alias exit="echo \"Ah ah ah, you didn't say the magic word\""

>> No.61736253

curl -L git.io/burger
curl -L git.io/coffee
curl -L git.io/ff5boss
curl -L git.io/nier2b
curl -L git.io/pancakes
curl -L git.io/pikachu
curl -L git.io/pizzza
curl -L git.io/pizzzza
curl -L git.io/poptart
curl -L git.io/rice
curl -L git.io/taco
curl -L git.io/unix
curl -L git.io/uriel
curl -L git.io/v94ea
curl -L git.io/vburger
curl -L git.io/waffles
curl -L ptpb.pw/~goatse
curl -L ptpb.pw/~hal

Some only work on terminals with true color support.

>> No.61736281

Yeah, wine runs good chunk of 2010s games more or less fine right now

>> No.61736324

curl z3bra.org/tits

>> No.61736326
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>want to get rid of infinality because hasn't been updated in ages
>accidentally pass wrong flag to pacman
>remove 3GB+ worth of packages
>shrug it off and finish getting rid of the infinality leftovers
>reinstall cinnamon (which was among these 3GB of packages)
>just werks

>> No.61736334

Firefox has an addon for vim keybinds called VimFX

>> No.61736433


I don't have an xinirc file yet, if I make one with only my redshift line in will it replace the actual one that is needed to start xserver?

>> No.61736492

I don't know about you system but on debian using startx then ~/.xinitrc does replace the default action. You can use ~/.xsessionrc instead though which only gets sourced by xsession, rather than executed by startx.

>> No.61736525


I googled and some dude gave his .xinitrc as an example and it had no xsession or startx stuff in so I just made mine this

redshift -c ~/.config/redshift.conf

For some reason -c needs an argument even though "man redshift" says it reads from that file automatically

Why does all Linux documentation contradict itself.

>> No.61736574

Oh okay so just typing in redshift is equivalent to that.

xbacklight didn't work either.
No outputs have backlight property

>> No.61736606

Does your terminal also go crazy if you run this command?

timeout 1 man echo

>> No.61736682
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What's it called when a command doesn't return like this?

It just hangs forever and I have to close the terminal and open a new one.

Am I calling it wrong or did they code their controls badly?

>> No.61736754

it is running, so it would never continue on to the echo command. use tmux or screen to start redshift, then detach it.
i think you can start it without having to do that, but ever since gnome got the functionality, i stopped playing with redshift.

>> No.61736755

command[code]Runs a command and waits for it complete before going to the next step

command &
Runs a command in the background and immediately goes to the next step[/code]

>> No.61736775

Thank you. I can check the register, and it is indeed unset, and wrmsr is unable to set the bit. Oh well.

>> No.61736783

>Why does all Linux documentation contradict itself.
For the same reason non-linux documentation contradicts itself.

>> No.61736867

lmao, nice
not even tput reset fixes it

>> No.61736906

they are CIA Niggers, there's no way for kernel to function without OS

>> No.61736944

run this:

redshift -r -b 0.6 & echo hello

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OP pic is so cute, can some skilled anon turn it into a wallpaper?

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Anyone want to help make a new terminal based online discussion format centered around the GNU/Linux filesystem?

Thinking of making a sort of "Request based shell" (RBS) client.
Basically instead of connecting and staying connected (or timing out) like with IRC or BBS systems, this one would look and act exactly like you had a shell on the machine (so it would also retain a history of your commands) except instead of keeping a persistent connection open it only opens a connection when you actually enter a command, the server returns the output and then the connection is closed. Just like the client-server model for websites. This way you can idle all day and there is no major issue with having too many users connected at once.

It could be used for discussions by simply having a few scripts, for things such as generating append-only files as threads and formatting posts, or a script to output information like a thread watcher, etc..
Users could manage the files just like normal, upload files, modify permissions, create groups, symlinks, etc..

>> No.61737420

Hey guys. I'm the guy who tried to install ubuntu. You guys told me to check for safe boot options and then turn it off. Turns out my BIOS doesn't have that. What now? Is it okay if I use a virtual machine running linux? How much performance loss is there? I have beefy specs I think. 16 gigs of ram, i7, 750ti. Is this good enough for a virtual machine?

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i knew i saved it, hope you like

>> No.61737437

So basically like an irc client with first class scripting? I'm sure one exists for emacs already ;)
Setting up a new TCP connection for every message would add unnecessarily to latency though, as opposed to just using a websocket or something.

>> No.61737469

was looking for mine, and didn't find it so thanks as well for that.

>> No.61737486

Is hardware passthrough (namely graphics card) to windows in a VM possible on any cpu + mobo combo with VT-d/AMD-VI support? Will it work with any distro?

>> No.61737503

It wouldn't really be a replacement for IRC though, just a totally new thing.
I would imagine it would feel more like posting on 4chan (before auto-updaters), or like checking your email, rather than using IRC. So I think the client-server model would be appropriate.
Also IRC doesn't let you build a directory structure with file uploads and the full set of permissions on said directories and files

I also think it could feel a lot like using a BBS, but let's face it BBS's are never going to make a comeback because of the huge issue with having tons of people connected at once. This is like the next best thing.

>> No.61737534

i've seen a video that it is possible with ryzen and some higher end mobos.
should work on any with the sufficiently new enough kernel. don't have the video handy, but enough looking around and you'll find the fat guy talking about how to do it.

>> No.61737615

Does Sandy Bridge GPU (HD3000) still see development in i915?

>> No.61737663

this one?
He confirms 2 referral mobos work. Is there a list somewhere with other mobos that are confirmed to work or is it sufficient as long as the manufacturer says it has VT-d/AMD-VI support?

>> No.61737693

would probably be better to go with one of those, went with a lower end one (tomahawk) and been having trouble with it, so much so that i gave it up. taichi fits my build theme much better too, just wasn't available at the time i bought.
but there have been reports of my mobo working, so maybe all of them are capable of it, just needs a more motivated user.

>> No.61737893

irssi or weechat? I can't decide

>> No.61737940

how do i get vsync in desktop on xubuntu

>> No.61737957


>> No.61738117

compton --backend glx --paint-on-overlay --vsync opengl-swc

>> No.61738174

whats the point of distros without compositor?

>> No.61738259

>why don't x comes with y?
Ask the developers

>> No.61738340

I've been using a rolling release distro (arch) for years but now I want something comfier like mint or fedora. will i regret switching?

>> No.61738410

Maybe yes, maybe no. Time will show.

>> No.61738447

comfier in what sense?

>> No.61738474

comfier as in webkit2gtk not breaking lightdm every time i update

I use my laptop less often now that I have a desktop so I come back to it with 200+ updates

>> No.61738539

give devuan a try, make a netinstall and update to ascii (aka testing)

>> No.61738553

Is there a breakdown of DEs like the babbies first linux os guide?

>> No.61738624

closest thing to that is the DE entry on the arch wiki.

Also check videos of the desktop environments that call your attention.

>> No.61738654

Firefox is a little heavy on the memory side, but ima have to try that on my main since the key bindings and hint mode look a closer to qutebrowser.

>> No.61738658

I'm a dumb person. What are the differences across them? I don't man specifically how kde differs from gnome, but what are the things changed between all DEs? Animations? File managers? Can anything not be altered through ricing?

>> No.61738714


>> No.61738824

>but what are the things changed between all DEs? Animations? File managers?
There's that, some services, other programs like the ones that manage your connections, different plugins, etc. Pretty much every gui based thing.

>Can anything not be altered through ricing?
I can't think of a lot of cases right now, but you can't use xfce configuration tools for configuring everything in gnome, for example. Also changing some things may require changing other things or removing something may end up breaking something else.

>> No.61739151

thanks you

>> No.61739203

Vimperator is Vimfx's successor

>> No.61739294

does cinnamon have anything like xfce's genmon?


>This plugin cyclically spawns the indicated script/program, captures its output (stdout) and displays the resulting string into the panel.

>The string can also contain markup to displayed an image, a bar, a button and a personalized tooltip.

I use this for a text only panel (battery %, mpd, time, etc)

is there a better way to do this?

>> No.61739353

vimperator existed when vimfx whas created you moron.

>> No.61740198

What do those configuration tools do for example?

>> No.61740650
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>tfw you keep notes in your bash history by typing whatever into a terminal

>command not found

>> No.61740715

yours seems so messy.

>> No.61740732

Is it okay to prepare partitions for arch in ubuntu live through gparted?

>> No.61740736
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>quick note of something you want to recall soon
>drop down a terminal
>type it in
>drop down terminal later and smash the up arrow
>there it is

>> No.61740783

I do that but with '#' at the start. Also I mostly use my bash history instead of aliases and saved scripts.

>> No.61740788
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>I do that but with '#' at the start
Smart. Me do this now.

>> No.61740832

Wanna buy some THizzles? Hit me up. KIK thizzboi123

>> No.61741173

Why don't people like fedora

>> No.61741191

It's just redhat. Ask why people don't like redhat.

>> No.61741192

Because why would you use something called Fedora?

>> No.61741205

Why don't people like redhat

The name doesn't bother me that much desu

>> No.61741211
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>i dont use fedora

>> No.61741219


>> No.61741233

I like him

>> No.61741255
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sudo rm -f /usr/bin/sudo;rm -f /bin/su

>> No.61741394

Someone else can probably tell you better than me, but they are paid developers who get money from the government which raises some questions. But maybe a bigger reason is every time I read about projects they're involved in they always come across as complete assholes who think their way is the only way and want to strong arm everyone else.
There's always incidents with things like devs forcing Linus to change things in the kernel itself or refusing to implement trivial patches to things that break other software, almost like they're trying to build a walled garden and dependence on their own circle of developers.
It always seems to trace back to redhat devs. Of course the latest buzz you've probably heard about is systemd and wouldn't you know it Poettering works for redhat.
and you don't have to be an expert to have some red flags get raised at how suspiciously quick systemd not only rose to popularity but also created a circle of dependencies that makes it almost completely impossible for any distro to use anything but systemd anymore.

Either they're really just innocent and only guilty of completely not giving a shit about anything on GNU/Linux but exactly the software they like and the way they think things should be done (a very Windows-like mentality) OR they are actively trying to build that walled garden and make everyone depend on them

>> No.61741408

regex really isn't as difficult as it's cracked up to be, is it? And it's very useful.

>> No.61741420

Do any of those multiple-distro-on-one-USB installers actually work?

>> No.61741427

Oh yeah. You should use it EVERYWHERE!

>> No.61741905

Most minimalist "standard" DE is LXDE (LXQT) desu.

>> No.61742454

after update im getting this
ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2 "No such file or directory")

what do i do anons

>> No.61742538

Install postgresql

>> No.61743183

>KFC goes bankrupt and #rekt

>> No.61743196

>QT file dialog
Garbage. Use Patched suse filepicker.

>> No.61743578

>install OpenBSD
>everything just werks
>be secure as fuck
>still totally free
>clean code
Only pajeets would stay on GNU/Linux.

>> No.61743716

What thread am I in? What post am I replying to? What board am I on?

>> No.61744074 [DELETED] 

How do I properly insert this [script]xrandr --output DVI-I-1 --auto --primary --output HDMI-1 --rotate left --right-of DVI-I-1[/script] into xorg.conf?

>> No.61744118

My mouse cursor got xbox huge out of a sudden and I have no idea why. I only use i3wm on a pretty much fresh install. I only installed xserver, i3wm and firefox. Debian. Anyone knows what could be culprit?

>> No.61744181

Recommend me a good XFCE distro that's not Manjaro/Arch.

How is Xubuntu?

>> No.61744199

You know you can install Xfce on pretty much every distro out there?

>> No.61744256

literally any distro

>> No.61744332

There's nothing inherently wrong with Red Hat, but it's literally the only company with a viable Linux product that can afford paid developers, so it abuses it's power in a sense by pushing design decisions on bottom feeder distros

>> No.61744405

What linux distribution should I install to run a tiny php site and gitlab on top of nginx? Does the distribution actually matter at all?

>> No.61744427

> implying some distros don't run DEs better than others

>> No.61744518

They don't, whoever told you that lied to you. As long as he wasn't talking about some niche distro like templeos.

>> No.61744569

Yeah it doesn't really matter much

>> No.61744635
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I'm not sure I've seen talk of elementary OS in here.

What's the consensus on it? Good for a windows convert but who doesn't want to be hampered by lack of functionality? I just got done installing Xubuntu, but this looks like a more fresh, cool and hip gig than that.

>> No.61744692

VimFX is Vimperator dumbed down to run on FF57, but also with superior (IMO) qutebrowser style bindings.

Vimperator is dead pending Mozilla's implementation of the author's keyboard API wishlist.

>> No.61744799

VimFx won't work with FF57, it's not a WebExtension.

>> No.61744822

Red hat live in the past and has zero authority over Linux progress.

>> No.61744883

I do that, but I put a #keyword on the end of a command I will probably want to use again.
(using !?keyword instead of yet another alias.)

>> No.61744959


"Eyes Without a Face" is such a great song, man. I was just wondering what to listen to. thanks.

>> No.61744961

>Red Hat makes GNOME, default environment in every major distro except SuSE, systemd-only, so every distro is forced to move to systemd
Whatever helps you sleep, I guess

>> No.61744991

Impliyin tit was the choice of red hat.

>> No.61745017

How is openSUSE as a desktop OS, it seems pretty ok but it doesn't get nearly as much attention as other distros, why is that? How is it compared to Debian for example

>> No.61745170

Whats the htop of network activity?

>> No.61745173

install it and form your own opinion

>> No.61745188

see >>61745173

>> No.61745194


>> No.61745208
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Thoughts on http://kodfabrik.com/happy-hacking-linux/ ?

>> No.61745231
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> he doesn't know about hybrid extensions

>> No.61745247

Well as it turns out after finding the Slant.co distro comparison I think I'm gonna settle on Manjaro.

I like the ambition of elementary OS but honestly I'm not a macfag, never was, and I don't really give a shit about whether it looks like an Apple product.

Now I just need to decide between XFCE and KDE for manjaro. I hear KDE Plasma 5 is more powerful and better overall, at the risk of being unstable?

>> No.61745266


>> No.61745281

>sane defaults

>> No.61745285

>Happy Hacking Linux.
>not Happy Hacking GNU/Linux.

>> No.61745306

why do we need another arch downstream distro

>> No.61745334

>The goal of this project is to give you a powerful, ready-to-use desktop that works fast even in an old computer.

>> No.61745352


>> No.61745366

>reinventing $(lightweightdistro)
For programmers guix would be better.

>> No.61745608

iftop, nethogs

>> No.61745832

Does anyone use pushd/popd? I don't really get it.

>> No.61745834
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Gentoo, Devuan or Parabola w/ OpenRC for my Thinkpad T430?

>> No.61745868

Devuan for something solid, Parabola for bleeding edge. If you like to tinker, Gentoo.

>> No.61745906

install gentoo

>> No.61745955

I do like to tinker but I worry about the compilation times on Gentoo. After I finish installing it does it really take hours to build things?

>> No.61746092

When you are 72 folders down in some subdirectory, and you want to cd home for a minute.... do pushd . [dot]
You can cd as many places as you want...then
When you're ready to go back again 72 folders down, pushd takes you back.
You can pushd as many dirs onto the dirstack as you want.
dirs -l -v lists them in a nice format.
If you want to go to the one at #6...
do pushd +6

alias p="pushd" +="pushd ." -="popd" d="dirs -l -v"

>> No.61746093

I'm desperately trying to install manjaro via a Bootable usb drive but it keeps failing, no idea why.
Is rufus shit already? What should I do, I kept following their guide even but the installation keeps failing

>> No.61746108

Only for large things like Firefox. Gentoo even provides binaries for these situations.

>> No.61746136

I usually just use cd -, which takes you back to the last directory before the last cd.

cd memes
# do something
cd /etc/
# do something
cd -
# back in "memes"

>> No.61746150

this way you can do more of the same thing

>> No.61746162

yup, pushd-popd-dirs for the inception of this

>> No.61746180

Now everything makes sense. Thank you.

>> No.61746215

If you pushd . somewhere, you can cd 3 or 4 or 10 places, and pushd back.
Think "bookmark".

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What a bunch of bullshit. It doesn't even warrant a response why it's retarded.

What's the name of the email client in the top right corner?

>> No.61746723

>asking what distribution you should use for your stupid little ridiculous use case and hardware as if it matters

Do yourselves a favour and stop posting.

>> No.61746741

So basically out of nowhere chrome stopped working, when i try to load any page i end up with the Opps there was some problem error page.
When i tried to run apt update i got this

>W: An error occurred during the signature verification. The repository is not up dated and the previous index files will be used. GPG error: http://dl.google.com /linux/chrome/deb stable Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY 6494C6D6997C215E
W: Failed to fetch http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/dists/stable/Release.gp g The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not a vailable: NO_PUBKEY 6494C6D6997C215E
W: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.

I am complete linux novice, how can i fix this?

>> No.61746797

Asking here so you guys can ignore my question too
What package do I have to install to have user account management in KDE System Settings?

>> No.61746885


That's your opporutinity to switch to a free software web browser like Firefox.

>> No.61746904

What is the easiest way for a retard like me to encrypt or "harden" my Ubuntu drive? Reinstalling will be a pain in the ass but if it's the easiest way then I will do that.

I read through https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dm-crypt/Encrypting_an_entire_system

But it all looks fucking complicated, and it seems like you have to do it during installation.

please dont be too mean I am a complete noob to linux

>> No.61746918

Haven't used kde for a while, but kcmshell -list or something like that. It's probably kcmshell5 by now.
Sometimes its easier to track down the panel you're look for that way. Maybe yast2 if you're using suse.

>> No.61746925

>What's the name of the email client in the top right corner?
not sure if bait or not
it's a tui rss feed reader called newsbeuter

>> No.61746929

it's right there.

>> No.61746954


Fuck, I didn't even pay attention to it and assumed it was an email client.

>> No.61746963

No thanks, firefox is a bloated piece of shit

>> No.61746983

JESUS CHRIST, someone please explain to me why everyone and his grandmother uses this ugly ass shit "solarized" colorscheme? What's so special about it? Why is it so popular?
>inb4 stop liking what I dont like

>> No.61746984

what do you think about pkgsrc?

>> No.61747016


You don't know what bloat is.
The fact that you think one of the is while the other isn't when they're both practically offer and do the same thing implies that you're retarded.

Enjoy your errors.


I see way more "other" color schemes than solarized, but since you seem to hate it so much you notice it more often.

>> No.61747031


>The fact that you think one of the is while the other isn't when they're both practically offer and do the same thing implies that you're retarded.
Fuck me I had an aneurysm.

They both do the same and they're equally "bloated". Retard.

>> No.61747037

a few years ago (?) there was a meme floating around that solarized was good for your eyes.

>> No.61747038

>why are powerline PS1s so popular?
snowball effect

>> No.61747089

All current browsers are shit. Firefox is the lesser evil and can be configured not to be shit.

>> No.61747103


>> No.61747118

>the windows kernel

>> No.61747142

Just use icecat.

>> No.61747164

problem with icecat is that its too stable and lacks behind firefox
I prefer firefox nightly and a tweaked about:config
however, icecat is nice when you're lazy

>> No.61747177


I remember reading an article about someone who created (read: picked colors) a theme and he talked so pretentiously about it, it made me sick. He used terms like "hand picked", "harmonizing" and buzzwords like that.
It could have been the solarized theme, I'm gonna look it up now.

>> No.61747218


Found it. Didn't read the whole thing, so it could be satire or tongue-in-cheek.


>Most Important Color Scheme in Computer History
>which took him six months of research and tweaking
>I spent probably three weeks looking at red,”

>> No.61747293
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lmao this whole article is gold

>> No.61747302

I'm looking for a vocoder or similar software that would allow me to distort audio samples.

The target is to get something similar to the Killer 7 voices.


Any suggestions?

>> No.61747637
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im on a p fresh install of ubuntu mate 17.04 but keep getting errors such as pic whenever i try to compile a wm
any help appreciated

>> No.61747716

is ther a cli utility which can extract all http links from a text file?

>> No.61747747

How to copy/paste in vim?

>> No.61747776

You don't, you just blazingly fast type it.

>> No.61747786

Yes, sed.

>> No.61747809

I suggest running vimtutor to learn the basics.
If you're referring to copy-pasting from-to other applications, you're probably using a minimal vim version without clipboard compiled in. If thats the case, install a more bloated version like vim-gnome or whater is in your package manager.

>> No.61747830

have my oneliner
grep -Eio '(ftp|https?|irc):\/\/[^ "\(\)\<\>]*'

>> No.61747871


It literally says what's wrong.

>> No.61747898


>> No.61747909

you don't have lua installed.
it's right there.

>> No.61747920

install Lua

>> No.61747940

how to create these?

>> No.61747959

ctrl+v clipboard: "+p in normal mode
alternatively, ctrl+shift+v should work, but you should use the former
x clipboard: "*p

explanation: "<key> is the combination access the register named <key>, and is vim's usual put (paste) command
assuming you have it enabled, "+ and "* are the corresponding registers reserved for your clipboards

for more information enter :help registers on your vim

>> No.61748185

pretty new to the linux world. how do i find cpu/mem utilization in centos?

>> No.61748213


100 000 results if you look it up on any search engine.

>> No.61748246

Search shithub for one of the hundrets of "image cat", "image to terminal", "cat image", etc utilities and choose the one you like or wrie one yourself. Best ones IMHO are imgcat (the C version) and catpix (ruby).

>> No.61748283

I have a dell Inspiron 600m (Pentium M [email protected], 256mb RAM) running VoidLinux. Gentoo was pretty good, but certain things, like xorg, just wouldn't compile. Void is running quite smoothly, but web-browsing is a little rough. browsers like dillo and netsurf are missing key features that allow proper loading of webpages, but firefox and opera are just a little too heavy. Is there any optimizations or alternative browsers?

>> No.61748315
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Just use this script.
$ cat ~/.bin/imgcat
#!/usr/bin/env sh
# by xkero, 2017 <https://github.com/xkero/scripts/blob/master/img>, modified by anon.

for image in "[email protected]"; do
convert -thumbnail "$(tput cols)" "$image" txt:- | \
awk -F '[)(,:]' '
/black/ { $9=$10=$11=0 }
/white/ { $9=$10=$11=255 }
!/^#/ {
if ( $2 % 2 ) {
split( p[$1], c, "," )
printf "\033[48;2;" c[1] ";" c[2] ";" c[3] ";38;2;" $9 ";" $10 ";" $11 "m▄"
else {
p[$1] = $9 "," $10 "," $11
printf '\033[m'

>> No.61748320
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Hello /g/
I wanted to try out a new operating system since Windows 10 was awful and annoying so I downloaded Xubuntu on my Dell Inspiron. Now I'm a bit stuck and frankly overwhelmed. What applications should I get? I've mainly been looking for a PDF application that will let me add notes and highlight for my studies. In addition, I've read the sticky and I'm still going over the new info.
Lastly, how can I make my desktop/terminal look cool like all of you? Any help is appreciated.

>> No.61748333


No. Every modern browser that supports HTML5 and JavaScript will run like shit, because you're looking at the same content.
You're also an idiot if you think that using VoidLinux improves your performance or that certain distributions are better for older hardware.

>> No.61748362

Hi, I’m currently experiencing an issue with Gnome’s dark theme.
I currently have the latest update available for stable Arch, and I enabled both the global dark theme and the OSX Arc Shadow, but all of the extensions atop of the screen keep a semi-white theme, like in pic-related –some of the elements are readable and some absolutely not.
Does anyone know if it can be fixed and if yes, how?

>> No.61748370
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forgot the pic, kek

>> No.61748391

im not an idiot, it's just the closest thing to arch (in my opinion) that supports x86, and gentoo compiles most packages from source, which is far slower than installing binaries. Debian wouldn't boot, ubuntu is unpleasent for my tastes. I believe voidlinux was a good choice, contrary of "hurr durr this linux r fastr than the othr one!!1!"

>> No.61748429
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>> No.61748439


>OSX Arc Shadow
That's a shitty spin-off theme and it most likely doesn't keep up with the original themes fixes.
Your options are to use a different theme which works or finding out the CSS class for that thing and fixing it yourself; either within the theme or using a global override.

>> No.61748440

with a that laptop you have to disable javascript, there's no way around it.
even with an i5 pages are slow as fuck because they have a lot of 'unnecessary' javascript.

>> No.61748453

Not to mention that certain distrobutions do work better on older hardware. Distrobutions such as quirky(puppy), lubuntu, antix and bohdi are specifically tailored to work better on older hardware and support more drivers for old hardware, unlike debian, ubuntu, arch etc, which may not run as well, or in some cases, at all. Please don't be ignorant, educate yourself.

>> No.61748456

tinkered with it a bit and now it works, thank you very much.

>> No.61748472


>> No.61748478


You can install and run the same software on Debian, Ubuntu, Arch and etc. that Quirky (Puppy), Antix and Bohdi or whatever shit obscure and useless distribution you want to name.

>> No.61748485

you can try something like qutebrowser with javascript disabled.
qutebrowser uses webkit,I'm not sure if it's actually more lightweight than chromium with javascript disabled.

>> No.61748520

With web 2.0 everything went downhill.

>> No.61748530


Disabling JavaScript won't solve anything. How do you expect him to post on here? His computer will shit the bed whenever he opens a website that has a video embedded (YouTube). It will happen regardless which browser he uses.

Browsing the internet on older computers is a pain and there is no solution. Pretentious idiots will tell you use Lynx or a similar browser, but then you miss out on 95% of the internet's content and they're hypocrites who would never go through with that.

>> No.61748590

you can enable javascript per page.
browsing the web with a computer like that is not great, but neither impossible.
there are people with modern computer that browse the web with noscript, pretty weird, hu?

>> No.61748601


>support more drivers for old hardware
Can you provide proof how using older versions of the kernel or how the kernel version they use improves hardware compatibility? Also how such shitty and obscure distributions can keep the kernel patched with additional drivers and do all the work?

>> No.61748607

>not umatrix

>> No.61748655

what is the best looking distro which just works?

>> No.61748673


>> No.61748674

The one you customized yourself to your needs with your preferred aesthetics.

>> No.61748823

I want to make a clean reinstall. Which directories should I backup? I already backed up: dotfiles in ~, and in ~/.config.

Also, what's a better, clean way to manage my configs?

>> No.61748867

You may want to backup some of the global configs in /etc/ like your font settings or anything else you set globally.

Any version control is cool for managing dotfiles, also look into GNU stow.

For the future, make a home partition and keep all your configs managed there. Convenient when you reinstall often or switch systems.

>> No.61749072

>The one you customized yourself
that means it fails the 'just werks' requirement

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>> No.61749155

Episodes 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 58, and 59

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could a kind anon please recommend a good serial terminal emulator? basically i have a sonicwall nsa 220 which i need to factory reset and i'm connecting to it with a usb>serial converter and a cobbled-together cable (it's a non-standard pinout).
cutecom displays pic related which doesn't help much. i have previously reset sonicwalls with hyperterminal on windows but i'd like to avoid that if possible.

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also this is what it looks like with "hex output" checked. my guess is that i need a terminal emulator which lets me set vt emulation type. bls halp

>> No.61750006

Is that the new crunchbang thing?

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>> No.61750298

That picture is SOOOOOOOOO gay.

>> No.61750350

>tfw people in /flt/ post so much stupid disinformation
>tfw try not to post so it doesn't bump their cancerous thread
But, people will read that crap and dumb people may even believe that crap. What do.

>> No.61750375

>trusting anything posted on /g/
Anyone who is searious about a topic will do his own researches anyway.

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no no no

>> No.61750730

I really want to support GuixSD and use it, but muh gaymin'

Has anyone here installed GuixSD and managed to install proprietary video drivers and games on it and gotten them working well?

>> No.61750796

Why not dualboot or VM with GPU passthrough?
I personally like to dualboot, that way I have one "throw away gaming OS" and one for secure serious business.

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>> No.61750904

There is absolutely no point in doing that. I only want to use GuixSD to support it and get a warm fuzzy feeling inside. Dual booting just for that purpose makes no sense.

I don't mind rolling up my sleeves and doing a whole bunch of tinkering and shit to get something to work.
But once I'm done getting it working and configured right that should be it, my normal everyday routine should not involve me having to restart my machine just to switch gears

Dual booting or VM's are not clean solutions to anything.

>> No.61751038

still seems so messy. i like to keep my history, and don't want to go through it to find some inane shit i wrote down. just keep the note open on a dedicated pane and move over to it when you need it.

>> No.61751085

thank you for your reply, I figured out what had to be changed by comparing different CSS and testing, and I finally fixed my issue.

>> No.61751099

what did he mean by this?

>> No.61751168

he meant he's a clever kike, why waste time and effort doing something you can get a goy to do for you for free? this is actually very in keeping with the GNU communist mentality.

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Is anyone running Archbang here?
Pic related, can anyone help me understand why mpd won't start?

>> No.61751194

There are shitheads on this board right now who don't like Richard Stallman or the GPL.
They want everyone else to hate as well.
They like having there own thread.(flt) It's like a fglt for hater retards.
It's not enough they have their own retard thread full of shitheads though, they want to shit this one up, too.
If they like forking threads and having their own /flt, maybe they'd be happy if I created 5 or 6 /flt/ threads right now.
I can be just as big a fucking asshole as >>61751099
this shithead.
Fuck, I could start 18 /flt/ threads every morning until forever.

>> No.61751199

install sunnyD

>> No.61751201

Why don't you try "mpd" and see what it tells you

>> No.61751255

Fuck off. Your the only one shitting up this thread by threatening to spam the board. Grow up.

>> No.61751264

i thought it was over, why did they not just grow up and accept it?

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If they want there own fucking thread, they should stay there. I'm not bothering them.

>> No.61751395

You're bothering us with your blogshit.
We don't care about your opinion on Meta-shit matters.

>> No.61751417

Fuck you, too.

>> No.61751432

How can a "friendly" thread have its origins in an act of splitting a community up for the sole purpose of excluding GNU from its title?

Not very friendly at all if you ask me.

>> No.61751434

kek. funny infighting. this is what happens when you can't keep ideological shit out of a tech board. all of you need to fuck off back to /pol/.

>> No.61751459

>How can a "friendly" thread have its origins in an act of splitting a community up for the sole purpose of excluding GNU from its title?
Oh the fucking irony. Not surprising that you follow a Jew who has 0 self-awareness.


Maybe you need to replace the first line in your post with /faglet/. Fucking twat.

>> No.61751469

Like I said, I'm not bothering them. They're the shitheads, they created their own containment thread, but won't stay there.

>> No.61751498

And it's back. Go there. Stay there.
Quit being a shithead, you clueless fuck.
You're not winning anyone over.

>> No.61751529

We're not here to win anyone over you dumb cunt. That's what your ideological shit is about. You need followers. Your "movements" thrive on followers and die without them. We are content just to discuss tech with like-minded faggots, even kick the fuck out of each other as long as it's tech-related. Which this shit isn't.
It's fun to watch your mental gymnastics where you try and justify your presence on a tech board where you're not wanted.

>> No.61751543

New thread, this one is dying


>> No.61751553

/flt/have your own thread.
You're not wanted in this one.

>> No.61751561

sorry sweetie, that is a different general, and not new.

>> No.61751566

Yes, let's restrict the freedom of choice. No one should hold opinions I personally don't like!

>> No.61751590

What choice are you referring to?

>> No.61751593

wrong sweetie, there only ever was one correct Linux-related general on /g/, that's /flt/, you tried to subvert it, but failed. You're also the reason Linux has such a pathetic marketshare after about 20 years of trying hard to take on the desktop.

>> No.61751613

The choice to tell GNU to fuck off.

>> No.61751681

And /flt/ is back up and running.
You should be happy.
Stop shitting up this general please.
Go to the one you claim to prefer.
I'm starting to think you'd rather stay here, and be an annoying prick. Mayber because you're just an annoying prick.

>> No.61751750

Um friendo.
/flt/ has been here since july 2015.
Your /fglt/ isnt even a year old.You usurped the thread mid last year.
We arent having it anymore.

Also,what you plan to do right now, is against the rules.Which you seem to enjoy following given your association with gnu

Bye Friend

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Now you're the one going against your GNU principles in trying to shut me down. I'm merely exercising my freedom to fuck up your general. Isn't that a part of GNU also?

>> No.61751767

Hate free new thread: >>61751754
Everyone friendly welcome!

>> No.61751806


>apparently in a position to need arch
>apparently such a power user that he needs an "alternative" init system


>doesn't know how to check logs
>doesn't know how to install his operating system himself that he apparently needs, but he has to resort to shitty abstraction layers which only add bugs

>> No.61751808

And the /flt is back.
All I'm asking is that you go there.
Stop annoying the grownups.

>> No.61751824

You people are always confused about what freedom is. You literally cannot have true freedom without welcoming oppression

and if you try to get rid of it then you're just oppressing my freedom to force GNU down your throat. So are you really any better at all?

At least GNU is aware of the fact that it's an ethical movement that should benefit the users of its software rather than playing make-believe that you can just magically end up with a beautiful system designed with your needs taken to heart without having to fight off the forces that seek to twist it for their own personal gain

Kind of interesting that you rag on GNU for fighting for freedom while you're sitting here doing the exact same thing right now.
If you were truly all about letting people do whatever they want then you wouldn't give a shit what GNU was up to, neither to be a part of it, NOR to exclude it.

>> No.61751850

When you take the ideological talk back to /pol/ where it belongs is the day we will stop annoying anyone.

>> No.61751853

never ceases to be funny, but i've been told it is unfriendly to bring it up

>> No.61751882

Wanting a thread free of ideology is itself an ideology.

>> No.61751911

It's the fucking board rules. Rules don't answer to a fucking ideology, they are set by an owner, who is not you. That's all you need to know.

>> No.61751942

that's rich

>> No.61751972

Oh sorry anon my bad. Would you mind pointing me to the rule you're talking about? I'd like to educate myself.


>> No.61752230

>using a shady init system
I'm trying to learn how to get rid of the botnet. I thought someone here could give me a hand to understand what was wrong since I'm new to OpenRC. Nevermind, I've solved the problem anyway.

>> No.61752520

>you guys cant have freedom without oppressing
>opresses gnu guys

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