everything works from here
This daily Linux distro debate shitshow is fruitless and banal.
You want everything to just work right off the bat--for whatever reason? Use Ubuntu, Mint, Voyager, Debian, etc...
You want ultimate control over everything in your system? You know what to do.
Either way you're supporting free and (for the most part) open-source software.
So what's the opinion on truecyrpt here? All I know is a while ago the dev stopped support and told everyone to stop using it. Is there anything to actually be concerned about?
I wouldn't trust it.
dm-crypt/LUKS or geom_eli only.
What shell do you use?
What do you use for your hostname, why and do you have a naming convention for your machines?
What's your goto username and how did you get/choose it?
- bash because I don't need anything else
- corruptor because this fucker keeps corrupting its filesystem, i usually use astral bodies and terms from astronomy in general otherwise
- nishale because old nickname
Recently migrated my 3 machines to fish, quite nice to use. I still use bash for muh POSIX or scripting.
Should I replace outdated debian's repo to ubuntu?
Special fuck you to who created vista and duel boot promgram.
What's the best Linux to replace vista with? Fucking sick of windows thinking they know what's best for my laptop, don't with this shitty os
The only think I like to do with windows is delete it.
>Say Vista and post XP screenshot
The fuck you're talking about fucking nigger, learn to manage MBR/GPT disk and how the MBR, PBR, bootmgr, ntldr, grub and bcd store works before blaming an OS for your shitty stupidity.
So I made a guest account on my computer so friends etc wont fuck around on my PC but I cant really find where I set the permissions. Like they are allowed to open a browser and go to youtube and play games, but where do I set the permissions?
> Download links for mpv.
> Download link for youtube-dl.
> Useful lua scripts for mpv.
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when a youtube video is paused for long enough, when you resume it the video will not buffer any further.
this creates a cut-off point in the video, when you reach it the playback will cease and you have to completely restart the process.
Is there a way to fix or simplify this?
Can mpv/youtube-dl be configured to restart buffering during playback or even just a simple "F5 refresh"?
double click on x should ask you if you're sure
>tfw you are using a DE instead of i3
New article is up:
Why do haskell programmers virtue signal in bold like breathing?
I have a question for non rolling distro users. Aren't you guys irritated that you have to reinstall your os every few months because of buggy dist upgrades? I can't remember a single time someone didn't had a problem that was solved by reinstalling ubuntu/fedora & co every six months. I just can't deal with that shit, I would rather wait a few seconds to let gentoo rebuild everything depending on boost after an update and have up to date stable software. You guys aren't using servers so why do you submit yourselves to this "stable" nonsense?
Dammit I can't comprehend.
Fuck yes I'm annoyed by it, but I use so much different shit for my studies that anything besides Ubuntu would be a suicide. I just don't have that extra day to spend on figuring out how to install and configure something on my distro because the provided deb doesn't work with it. Gimme a rolling release version of Ubuntu, or at least something that's fairly stable & compatible with its repositories, and I'll be happy.
>Aren't you guys irritated that you have to reinstall your os every few months because of buggy dist upgrades? I can't remember a single time someone didn't had a problem that was solved by reinstalling ubuntu/fedora & co every six months. I just can't deal with that shit, I would rather wait a few seconds to let gentoo rebuild everything depending on boost after an update and have up to date stable software. You guys aren't using servers so why do you submit yourselves to this "stable" nonsense?
I use gentoo and arch on my desktop and laptop, respectively. Debian runs on a VPS I rent, and I have no issues with packages being somewhat out of date because it doesn't take very long to apt-get update and apt-get upgrade, then dist-upgrade every couple years. I would rather have a stable, binary-based server OS than to have something I'd need to check up on regularly such as arch or gentoo.
Thinkpad T420 vs. Elitebook 8460P
Thinkpad X220 vs Elitebook 2560p
we can include appropriate Dell Precision models as well.
Is 2016 the long-awaited year of the Linux desktop?
Your opinion? Thanks.
>Intel Core i5-6600K
>ASUS Z170-P - Intel Z170
>Kingston 16GB KIT DDR4 2133MHz CL14 HyperX
>Cooler Master Hyper 212+ EVO
>Samsung 850 EVO 250GB
>WD Green 2TB 64MB
The only reason I would ever install an overly complicated operating system is for my dick. Why hasn't she shown us how to install gentoo?