My macbook runs strictly Ubuntu, not that BOTNET version of Unix you all use. Not a VM, not a dual boot either.
Don't be pussies.
Raspy pi with gsm unit running cent is in the BG, one of my 3 towers running in the back.
What I need to clean up/turn into serverz
And yes nigga, dats a lazer printer.
It honestly runs smooth as fuck. There are some hurdles with proprietary drivers, especially with the webcam but at the end of the day I'm very happy with it. I have a Linux admin class (my 3rd one) and every pussy in there besides the teacher uses VM only and not using *nix as there primary OS.
Teach is a bro, tells peeps to compile gentoo from source, tries to explain their lack of freedom. No one gets it. The only reason they like open source is to get shit for 0$.
Oh snap, got my webcam working.
I think some of the newer ones can, pretty dope though it's true. This isn't even my thread, and it's basically me in this entire thread. Just glad someone else is here.
>tfw it feels next to impossible to discuss good shit on /g/ because people just want to know to buy, help with their homework, or to tell everyone that their language or distro is better
Picture of my iPod, that's why I would think that.
Idk what happened, the picture is right side up on my computer and camera.
Which device is this? I am really digging the 4:3 IPS display.
I guess kind of. But The OS on the S5 messes this up so by that measure the S5 is shit. It's kinda true, and as an owner of one im pretty pissed that the S6 came out like 4 or 5 months after I just dropped almost 800 out the door. Fuck Samsung.
Ubuntu Macbook master race
those came for free with your Android phone, right?
Are macbook pros good for loonix?
My X201 died on me and I want to buy something durable to put linux and windows on, like a used macbook pro.
Will I have any trouble, like with drivers?
Get a iMac, faggot OP.
>non butterfli or shit keys on keyboard
>bigger screen without having to pay
>Less cheap, base model is 1,100 compare that to 1,500 for a decent MacBook pro. Older iMacs go down to even 200 dollars.
I was in a store and I saw someone lugging a freshly bought imac around. I was so embarrassed for them I wanted to hide my face.
>$1100 for a nonportable desktop-device with a fraction of the power of a custom built PC that takes less money to make
Jesus. Who is the market for this?
Isn't my fault your poor. Go get a job at Apple like a at home specialist....
This is more gay than the vintage Apple logo.
Apple isn't gay because it has blue as the bottom color instead of emo purple.
And yes I do still use it. PPC would be even better if Apple hadn't went to Intel.
With Ubuntu you have to use 2 non-free drivers for wireless and Bluetooth, the iSight webcam was also a pain, had to do some changes to get trackpad working, and swap some keys around. I have '04 macbook though, couldn't t tell you for pro.
Google will tell you how to make it all work.
>tfw my macbook air gets here monday
I cant wait /g/ee, its my first apple product outside of an ipad
I love Mac OS, but I hate all this sealed and glued crap. I run 10.9.5 Mavericks on a Hackintosh 2.89 GHz C2D. I have a T43 thinkpad as my laptop. I love how its like the old Mac laptops with everything upgradeable including the CPU.
How do you know the difference between gay symbolism and vintage Apple logos.
>They're is purple.
Faggots from reddit think the bottom colors are purple and blue, but it's really burgundy and blue.
However later models of Apple computers started going with the gay flag notion.
I like my macbook, even if it's kind of old and slow and the battery bloated up and threatened to explode so it has to live on my desk permanently plugged in. It does its job, and that's all I ask. OS X is a pretty good operating system, especially when augmented with Homebrew/MacPorts.
No its not, that is my pic. In the back is Sublime Text 2. Windows running on that, only VM's besides that for that machine. My Mackbook and little gsm/raspie unit are the only things using *nix as sole OS.
Mine doesn't do that, because I'm not a retard and don't leave every application I've ever opened running in the background. In fact, it's extremely responsive, so long as you aren't doing something memory intensive. It would make a great word processor, but it's not great for browsing the modern flash-ruined web.
I may be the only one but personally I think macbooks look ugly. I like my technology to look like technology and not some cold shiny metal block.
The tragic macpad is not a good pointing solution. It is acceptable on the laptop, if only because Apple refuses to see the light of the clit mouse (PBUH), but on the desktop you should use a trackball. Multitouch and gestures add nothing; it's faster and more convenient to use keyboard shortcuts.
>the tragic macpad is not a good pointing solution
yes it is
>the light of the clit mouse
>on the desktop you should use a trackball
son, this is bait
>Multitouch and gestures add nothing
yes they do
>it's faster and more convenient to use keyboard shortcuts
not when you are masturbating and have only one free hand
I like the minimalism, but it really feels that Lenovo is just trying to follow the Mac trend. Every iteration of their keyboard design since they abandoned the IBM-style keys has been terrible. Only the most recent pads have half-way decent boards, but, even then, they still have chiclet keys (which I find horrible for long-term typing).
On top of that, they load their machines with stupid bloatware like every other Windows vendor, and I'll never trust the default OS on a Lenovo machine after Superfish.