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Welcome to /fglt/ - Friendly GNU/Linux Thread.

Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about GNU/Linux and share their experiences.

*** Please be civil, notice the "Friendly" in every Friendly GNU/Linux Thread ***

Before asking for help, please check our list of resources.

If you would like to try out GNU/Linux you can do one of the following:
0) Install a GNU/Linux distribution of your choice in a Virtual Machine.
1) Use a live image and to boot directly into the GNU/Linux distribution without installing anything.
2) Dual boot the GNU/Linux distribution of your choice along with Windows or macOS.
3) Go balls deep and replace everything with GNU/Linux.

Resources:
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$man %command%$ info %command%
$help %command%$ %command% -h
$%command% --help Don't know what to look for?$ apropos %something%

Check the Wikis (most troubleshoots work for all distros):
https://wiki.archlinux.org
https://wiki.gentoo.org

/g/'s Wiki on GNU/Linux:
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Category:GNU/Linux

>What distro should I choose?
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Babbies_First_Linux

>What are some cool programs?
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/list_of_applications
https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Main_Page

>What are some cool terminal commands?
http://www.commandlinefu.com/
http://bropages.org/

>Where can I learn the command line?
http://mywiki.wooledge.org/BashGuide
http://www.grymoire.com/Unix/

https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/philosophy.html

>How to break out of the botnet?
https://prism-break.org/en/categories/gnu-linux

/t/'s GNU/Linux Games: >>>/t/769497

/fglt/'s website and copypasta collection:
http://fglt.nl && https://p.teknik.io/wJ9Zy
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Install GuixSD
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what vpn should i use? currently running xubuntu
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>font rendering autist is here
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Hi, I'm G'Micky.
The g'mic mascot.
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>>62799254
what does a vpn have to do with your os?
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Is changing from using GNOME to a DE-less setup with i3 really painful? Meaning, is it going to be a dependency mess?

Should I just reinstall the OS from scratch without a DE or is it as easy as uninstalling gnome's main packages?
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>>62799485
What distro are you using? It will probably depend on how well the package manager handles it. Theoretically you could just remove all the packages with gnome in their name but it could cause a dependency mess.
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>>62799522
Debian Sid, I use aptitude to handle dependencies
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>>62799528
I was able to do it on debian before. The debian wiki has a guide to removing gnome on the XFCE page here: https://wiki.debian.org/Xfce#Install_Xfce_in_an_already_installed_system
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What utility do you folks use to take care of snapshots in your system?

So you have something to fall back on if some update goes awry or something like that.
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>>62799551
thanks man
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>>62799557
I don't break my updates.
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>>62799557
You could try btrfs. It has built in snapshotting and I think opensuse uses it before updates. btrfs isn't exactly stable yet though.
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I have two almost identical arch setups.
On my desktop when I reboot/shutdown, it happens immediately, no matter what I do.
On my thinkpad I often have to wait up to 2 minutes because systemd (?) is shutting down either loginmanager or the network share I mounted.
Why? I use identical configurations, lightdm on both and mount the network share the same way in fstab.
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>>62799650
Welcome to the magic of systemd. This is why I switched to Gentoo.
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Hi, everyone.
>tl;dr plz read it :c

I had previously dual booted Win7 and Arch and got a new drive and I'd like to do it again.
I already have windows installed with its 100MB default boot partition with /dev/sda3 full of free space that I wanted to make my arch install along with 4GB /dev/sda4 swap. I used pic related and followed it because it is almost exactly how I did it last time but used --target=x86_64-efi when I installed grub on /dev/sda entirely.
My problem is, i can get a base install but after i reboot grub only shows Arch linux and no option for windows. My shit solution is that I booted an xubtunu usb and when it installed grub it lets me get back into windows. I've looked for guides but none of them seem to answer my problem
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Say I have package A, which depends on the i386 version of package B

Is there any way to switch the dependency of package A to recognize the already installed amd64 version of package B, and have it work that way? Or must I have duplicates?
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>>62799762
use os-prober then update grub
Follow the arch wiki on dual booting
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>>62799813
last time i used os-prober it said it recognized a windows partition but this time i get failed lvmetad type error.
how do i upgrade grub itself tho, or do i just do something like pacman -Sy
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>>62799845
Please just read the wiki, it has every question answered that you're going to post

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/GRUB#Generate_the_main_configuration_file
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>>62799890
nigga you act like i didn't read this shit a billion times
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>>62799908
If you even read it once you would have solved your problem
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>>62799762
>arch guide for retards
>infinality
>zsh
overmeme'd
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>>62799762
>infinality
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>>62799762
>archlinuxfr
>yaourt
this pic should be illegal
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>>62799252
Uninstall GuixSD
Install Gentoo
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>>62800064
Uninstall Gentoo
Install GNU/Linux
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>>62799928
>GGGGGGGNNNNNNNNNNNUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
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>tfw I discover the existence of Debian snapshot archive

Holy fuck this is so cool. Excuse my newfagness, but still. This is neat as hell. Downgrading in case of some quirk or bug in a sid upgrade is super easy with this

http://snapshot.debian.org/
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how come some of my fonts are funked up on urxvt?
it's set to inconsolata for both terminals
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>>62799928
>>62799998
>>62800034
>implying i went to step 3 or above
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>>62800077
Uninstall Linux
Install BSD
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>>62799762
>arch
>infinality
>zsh
>systemd-boot
Absolutely Horrifying.
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>>62800153
there is literally nothing wrong with zsh
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>>62800110
stop shilling garbage.
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>>62800094
Not sure how it is supposed to be done but you can specify mulitple fonts in URxvt.font seperated by commas. So you can put a fallback one with lots of symbols at the end.
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>>62800176
>REEEEEEEEEEE how dare people talk about BSD in my Linux circlejerk thread
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>>62800110
Name 5 good reasons to use BSD instead of GNU/Linux.
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>>62800198
know your place bsdscum
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Best way to transfer an Arch install (with all applications & data) to another laptop? I do not want to go through the painstaking hours of customising everything again...

I tried Clonezilla on arch but it crashes during one of the option selections.
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redpill me on bsd without using memes
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>>62800229
self hatred.
penance for sins.
masochism.
Jackie Chan.
special snowflake points.
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>>62800272
Format the laptop from a live disk then use rsync then update your fstab and chroot in to update initramfs and install and update grub.
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any good ssh client for android or should I just go with putty ?
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>>62800272
>during one of the option selections.
Cant reproduce, its on your end
post logs if you want help
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>>62800315
You forgot less GNU/autism.
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>>62800317
juicessh
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What DE should I use?
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>>62799762
>using an install guide other than the wiki of the distribution
>using some 2 years old outdated shit made by some autist
>installing a distribution without any software to avoid bloatware and then installing any piece of crap someone told you to install
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>>62800290
GGGGGGGGGGNNNNNNNNNNNNNNUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
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>>62800433
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don't suppose anyone knows off hand how to change the font in urxvt when loaded via cssh?

Merging in ,Xresources changes them for normal urxvt, but not when loaded via cssh for some reason.
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>>62800094
post xresources
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>>62800355
KDE
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>>62800094
perhaps need the powerline variant?

https://github.com/powerline/fonts/tree/master/Inconsolata
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why is bsd vs linux a thing? why not be friends
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>>62800524
>>62800615
>>62800196
had the powerline variant already, but i guess you needed to type in the fonts in lowercase? did end up setting up a fallback font too. so werks now. thanks.
been bugging me for a couple weeks, but was too lazy to fix it.
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Is there a nice bitmap font for japanese?
I'm using wqy-bitmapfont - Bitmapped Song Ti for chinese, but thats only half of the fun.
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Hi, /fglt/. I want to install btrfs in a luks container on Gentoo. Reading the documentation, a lot of it revolves around adding a keyfile to a second medium. I'd rather just have Gentoo prompt me for a password when I'm booting up my computer, since I'm only encrypting one partition and will have a separate EFI boot partition. What do I have to do to make this happen? Is it as simple as adding dm-crypt to the runlevel? Does anyone have any experience with this?
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>>62800697
Because GPL zealots won't stop redefining words and imposing their own ideology onto everyone else. There is nothing wrong with proprietary software, and everyone should have the FREEDOM to use proprietary software if they would like to.
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>>62800355
The one that I'm using.
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http://packages.sil.org/

How the fuck I install this software on a linux that is not ubuntu? I can't download any package and the site just tell me to use ubuntu software manager to install it. Never saw anything like that.

I'm using mint, by the way. Isn't possible to use synaptic for this?
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>>62801382
Mint is Ubuntu, you dolt.
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>>62800520
Tripfag.
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>>62801382
Yes just use synaptic or gdebi.
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>>62801382
You should be able to follow the procedure outlined for ubuntu on mint too, did you miss the link to the sil-repository.deb package? Anyway, here is the script from that deb: http://paste.debian.net/989539/
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>>62801411
sorry, didn't realised I'd left it on
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>>62801454
Thanks for your consideration, anon.
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>>62801382
what the heck is that software for?
don't really understand
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>>62801474
Transcendence.
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>>62801474
pajeets
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>>62801474
http://software.sil.org/products/
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What do when compiling?
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>>62801741
masturbate
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>>62799229
Xorg vs Wayland?
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>>62801741
detach
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>>62801741
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>>62801447
I'm just plain dumb then. The instruction of the site is a long text explaining "open the ubuntu software center and click on install hurrr". Tried using synaptic and failed, tried to install the ubuntu software-center and it can't find "fieldworks" nor "wesay". How can I do it using that .deb package?

>>62801474
https://software.sil.org/fieldworks/

It's a linguistic software.
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>>62801919
>How can I do it using that .deb package?
Download on it and double click. Or use dpkg -i path/to/the/sil-repository.deb
That should register their repo with software center etc so do and update to refresh the list of packages then search for the package you want again.
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i renamed my home dir on ubuntu cus i wanted to change my username now my computer is rip, how2fix?
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>>62802153
login as root, make a new user account and move the content of /home/oldusername to the new /home/newuser.
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>>62802169
thank you :*
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>>62802032
There's no helping someone this stupid. The best you can do is just pray that they learn how to read the documentation.
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I have ubuntu. I installed a bunch of desktop environments to mess around with and decided to stick with gnome

How do I uninstall all the other ones that I don't want anymore and all the crap that came with them?
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What's the cheapest webcam with linux drivers? Want one for my beaglebone for computer vision.
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Installed i3-gaps on Debian went into /etc/i3/config to add
#GAPSgaps inner 10gaps outer 0smart_gaps on

Refreshed it and nothing happens
Am I doing something wrong?
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https://pastebin.com/EsR0mgLv

Does this work for Arch?

I'm not sure how to "purge, I mean it" completely other than pacman -Rdd pulseaudio pulseaudio-alsa.

Then, there's apparently no /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf file.

Was I not supposed to delete pulseaudio-alsa?
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>>62802722
>Am I doing something wrong?
ricing?
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>>62802791
:(
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>>62802722
are you testing in a workspace with more than one window open?
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>>62802722
>/etc/i3/config
copy to ~/.config/i3/config
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>>62802728
Update, I haven't restarted yet, but my audio still works just the same. So guess I didn't actually remove pulseaudio.
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which browser on ubuntu?
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When you upgrade to a newer version of Ubuntu after originally doing a minimal install, does all the bloatware that comes with a regular install get included with the upgrade?
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>>62803151
>after originally doing a minimal install
no, it should just upgrade to newer versions of the current packages. The thing to watch for is when new stuff gets added to metapagackages like gnome-desktop. But for a minimal install that shouldn't be an issue.
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>>62803151
It shouldn't.
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Whats a good license for a simple shell script?
Should I use GPL?
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>>62803516
It is not worth the trouble to use copyleft for most small programs. We use 300 lines as our benchmark: when a software package's source code is shorter than that, the benefits provided by copyleft are usually too small to justify the inconvenience of making sure a copy of the license always accompanies the software.

For those programs, we recommend the Apache License 2.0. This is a pushover (non-copyleft) software license that has terms to prevent contributors and distributors from suing for patent infringement. This doesn't make the software immune to threats from patents (a software license can't do that), but it does prevent patent holders from setting up a “bait and switch” where they release the software under free terms then require recipients to agree to nonfree terms in a patent license.

Among the lax pushover licenses, Apache 2.0 is best; so if you are going to use a lax pushover license, whatever the reason, we recommend using that one.

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>install ubuntu in VMware fusion 10.0.1
>see this
wat do?
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>>62803718
install gentoo
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>>62803718
You are doing it wrong.
It's supposed to be installed on bare metal.
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>>62803718
go to vty2 and see what is running on vty1?
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>>62803718
Looks [ OK ] to me
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>>62803568
thank dr stalman
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>>62803568
>GNU acknowledges the fact that not all licenses fit all sizes, and you should use the right license for the job, so long as it's free
B-but muh GPL zealots! Redefining words! GPL zealots ruin everything and push their ideology on everyone! DELETE THIS
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xdotool is one of my favorite programs
if you love scripting, get it, srsly
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>>62799485
You can have gnome as well as i3.. also switching is not the painful part it's the ricing that takes time..
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>>62803810
script kiddie detec
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>>62803978
I wrote pretty cool tiling script with just xdotool. Can you write a tiling script?
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>>62803810
i use xdotool for 'hot corners' effect
>move mouse to upper right; run terminal
>etc
pretty comfy
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>>62804047
Post source?
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Anyone here know how well clip studio paint works on wine or playonlinux? this is something I really want to know before I completely switch over to linux.
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>>62804071
xdotool behave_screen_edge --quiesce 500 top-right exec urxvt
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>>62804140
install gentoo
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>>62804140
You don't want to use playonlinux.

As for your program, you can check on WineHQ.
https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=15102

There are other alternatives to it that are native to linux and will run even better. You just have to research it
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>>62804140
https://alternativeto.net/software/clip-studio-paint/?platform=linux
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>>62804168
I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're referring to as Linux, is in fact, GNU/Linux, or as I've recently taken to calling it, GNU plus Linux. Linux is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning GNU system made useful by the GNU corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX.

Many computer users run a modified version of the GNU system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of GNU which is widely used today is often called "Linux", and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the GNU system, developed by the GNU Project.

There really is a Linux, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use. Linux is the kernel: the program in the system that allocates the machine's resources to the other programs that you run. The kernel is an essential part of an operating system, but useless by itself; it can only function in the context of a complete operating system. Linux is normally used in combination with the GNU operating system: the whole system is basically GNU with Linux added, or GNU/Linux. All the so-called "Linux" distributions are really distributions of GNU/Linux.
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>>62804140
Just try it and see, ya dingus.
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>>62804187
thanks dr stalman
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>>62804187
I'm terribly sorry for interjecting another moment, but what I just told you is GNU/Linux is, in fact, just Linux, or as I've just now taken to calling it, Just Linux. Linux apparently does happen to be a whole operating system unto itself and comprises a full OS as defined by POSIX.

Most computer users who run the entire Linux operating system every day already realize it. Through a peculiar turn of events, I was misled into calling the system "GNU/Linux", and until now, I was unaware that it is basically the Linux system, developed by the Linux project.

There really isn't a GNU/Linux, and I really wasn't using it; it is an extraneous misrepresentation of the system that's being used. Linux is the operating system: the entire system made useful by its included corelibs, shell utilities, and other vital system components. The kernel is already an integral part of the Linux operating system, never confined useless by itself; it functions coherently within the context of the complete Linux operating system. Linux is never used in combination with GNU accessories: the whole system is basically Linux without any GNU added, or Just Linux. All the so-called "GNU/Linux" distributions are really distributions of Linux.
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>>62804222
May the freedoms be with you my child.
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>>62804238
>Linux is the operating system: the entire system made useful by its included corelibs, shell utilities, and other vital system components.
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I'll await you at sleep.
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>>62804187
Is the FSF still salty that Hurd never really took off?
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>>62804263
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.
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is there a command to tell what your system font is?
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>>62804298
Is the Linux foundation still sucking Microsoft donation cock?
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>>62804314
I guess that's a yes
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>>62804307
"""system font""" depends, we have your DE font, your X11 font, your whatever else font, be specific.
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>>62804307
fc-match
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>>62804329
is there a way to list them all? I guess whatever the one that applies to the file manager and other programs where you don't set a font within
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>>62804298
I know its bait, but for people who don't know:
a) The GNU system isn't about competition.
b) The GNU system got its goal (a free system for everyone to use in fredom) when adding Linux.

HURD is not a high priority project, just a bunch of people actually work on it in their free time. Pretty retarded to compare HURD development with Linux development at these conditions tbqh.
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>I know its bait
>baits anyway
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>>62804421
do you even feel
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Current Hurd version is 0.9.
>SOON
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How to deal with broken packages on arch? I haven't turned on this notebook for like 6 months and now I'm getting some errors. When trying to update i get prompted to choose between photon-qt5-gstreamer and photon-qt5-vlc and then it shows a bunch of corrupted/broken packages. How do i fix it?
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How many people here use login managers? If so what do you guys use?
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>>62804469
what's left for 1.0?
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>>62804504
I uses to use a login manager (light dm) when I was a beginner, but today I just run my sessions with xinit. Never tried any other DMs so far.
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>>62804469
In the year 4021, GNU Hurd will finally be stable.
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>>62804504
I use slim. It gives me a login box then starts xfce.
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>>62804524
How do I get xinitric to launch i3 once I log in?
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>>62804263
>>62804305
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>>62804550
In my xinitrc I have a case switch.
>something somehing start xbindkeys
>something somehing start mpd
>and then
case "$1" in i3) exec i3 ;; anotherwm) anotherwm-session ;; esac >> >>62804550 When you have installed i3wm via your package manager, your DE (if it's nice) should provide a session for you at the login screen. Last time I tried it, it worked with Ubuntu and LightDM. Which distro and DE do you use? >> >>62804612 s/DE/DM/ >> File: 1505402818034.jpg (130 KB, 832x1049) 130 KB JPG >finally figure out how to set up openvpn >constant DNS leaks totally negating the point of using a VPN >can't post on 4chan unless I stop the process which already exposes my real location anyway This is the last time I fall for a retarded /g/ meme. Even if it wasn't constantly leaking DNS requests, I would still be turning it off every 5 minutes to be able to make a post, so what the fuck is the point? >> File: doge space.png (788 KB, 977x607) 788 KB PNG I realize I'm going to get absolutely shit on for this. I use Manjaro - OH NOOOO Anyway wine-staging 2.18 is out in the official Arch repos, but of course Manjaro has to complete meme testing before pushing it to their own repos. I, however, want the latest version now. What would be the easiest and cleanest way to install wine-staging 2.18 straight from the git source on my system? Yes I'm a noob. I thought I could just make my own makefile or whatever, but since it's already in the repos, I couldn't really put it on there could I. (?) >> Two GPU questions, both amd r series cards. 1. How can I confirm drivers are working? One game I've played (only game I've actually played on gnu Linux) said it was using CPU rendering and ran like shit. Said GPU drivers weren't working Also my second card (not running in crossfire, different series) can't do video out so I want to use it just for rendering. How do I check if its actually working or not? On windows CPUs said its memory clock rate and GPU clock rate were zero. The cards known faulty but no diagnosis is done >> Quick question: The only thing I absolutely love about macOS is the big shadows each window has, can those exact shadows be replicated in cinnamon? >> >>62804504 whatever GNOME/MATE uses >> >>62804709 Dont use a shitty vpn Host your own vpn on a vps for cheap >> >>62804844 Download the arch pkg and pacman -U it :^) >> Is ubuntu itself botnet or is it just unity? I wanna check out xubuntu for my main distro but i'd rather do open suse or something if its botnet. >> >>62804844 dood just add an arch server that should have the package to your pacman.conf and pacman -Syy , then pacman -S your-package I use manjaro as well, and I had to do this in order to get a updated version of grub only parabola had. It worked swimmingly (other than a little nag the terminal now does, telling me my grub is newer than the core's grub) >> >>62805467 Canonical is the botnet. Do not trust Canonical. Community editions like Xubuntu shouldn't be as cucked as vanilla Ubuntu tho. >botnet Currently no GNU/Linux distro has any botnet. The only version which actually had some crap was the Ubuntu version with Unity (the spyware was a DE-only thing). Sinc it was changed to opt-in and unity died anyway, there's nothing to fear; choose what you want!! >> >manjungo problems kek >> >>62805476 Cool, good idea; how exactly did you do this though. I tried adding: # Arch Linux repository mirrorlistServer = http://mirror.us.leaseweb.net/archlinux/$repo/os/$archServer = http://archlinux.polymorf.fr/$repo/os/$archServer = http://mirrors.kernel.org/archlinux/$repo/os/$arch per these instructions- http://saleem-khan.blogspot.com/2014/07/10-easy-steps-convert-manjaro-linux.html, to pacman.conf, then pacman -Syy but nothing. Also tried adding it to mirrorlist and nothing. I assume I have to have [server name] in pacman.conf but what's it called? How does pacman know to use the Arch servers rather than the memejaro ones? >> >>62805618 Redstar >> >>62805618 >Currently no GNU/Linux distro has any botnet nice meme >what are kernel blobs >what are nonfree kernel modules >what are nonfree distro packages >> >>>/wsr/394443 is anyone here heaps good with linux? i need help creating a script from scratch based on a task in biology. >> >>62805652 >linux You mean Android? >> File: brutal.png (182 KB, 400x400) 182 KB PNG >>62805641 >>62805476 Nevermind, I'm retarded, I just commented out everything already in mirrorlist so the new specified servers would be chosen. Ez pz downloading wine-staging 2.18 now thanks broh >> >>62805641 >>62805675 Thats not how you add repo's, thats just the mirrorlist >> >>62805674 desu i have no clue. >> File: 1485360522923.jpg (40 KB, 495x321) 40 KB JPG >>62805674 I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you’re refering to as Android, is in fact, Linux, or as I’ve recently taken to calling it, the Linux operating system. Android is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning Linux system made useful by the Linux kernel, syscalls and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX. Many computer users run a modified version of the Linux operating system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of Linux which is widely used today is often called "Android", and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the Linux operating system, developed by the Linux Foundation. Τhere really is an Android, and these peοple are using it, but it is јust a part οf the system they use: Android is the interface: the prοgrams in the system that interacts with the user. Τhe interface is an essential part οf an οperating system, but useless by itself; it can οnly functiοn in the cοntext οf a cοmplete οperating system. Android is nοrmally used in cοmbinatiοn with the Linux operating system: the whοle system is basically Linux with Android added, or just "Linux". All the sο-called "Android" operating systems are really just Linux operating systems. >> >>62805690 bad meme >> >>62805696 *autistic scretching* >> >>62805706 he's right, you know >> File: 1499708595380.jpg (12 KB, 480x480) 12 KB JPG repill me on GNU >> File: 1505331211812.gif (1.31 MB, 292x220) 1.31 MB GIF >>62805778 The GNU Project is a project dedicated to making an entire, fully functional operating system composed entirely of free software. While GNU is Unix-like, it's not Unix. In fact, GNU is a recursive acronym for "GNU's not Unix". The common distribution of their operating system is with use of the kernel "Linux", thus making the complete system "GNU/Linux". >> >>62805778 the hero we don't deserve >> >>62799650 Why are you an idiot and expect people to be clairvoyant and know what your problem is and to read your logs telepathically? WHy don't you check your logs and see what's halting the shutdown process that long? >> >>62799928 I can picture that every person that posts stuff like: >guys why isn't this working >it says zsh: command screenfetch not found installed it with that picture. Recently I saw someone in exactly the same situation, except that it said >zsh: command fstab not found >> >>62805969 >guy uses arch >Why are you an idiot what >> >>62805977 Show me your dots and I'll tell you who you are. >> >>62805996 LEWD >> >>62805476 >recommending partial upgrades Fucking retard, stop posting. >> what is currently the way to go for installing arch? i remember evo/lution and architect, but thats years ago, whats the current way to install arch? >> >>62806020 It's this: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Installation_guide >> >>62806020 Arch is for advanced users only. >> Are there any ways to control Asus aura synch or gigabyte rgbfusion without using closed source software? >> >>62806020 anarchy linx >> >>62806027 faggot >>62806028 retard >>62806040 thanks >> >>62806049 See you in 3 days when you'll ask this >>62805977 question. >> >>62806049 >asks gow to install arch >post install guide >get called a faggor ???? kek >> I'm trying to get qubes on my machine, but because I don't have integrated graphics, the text installer is apparently known to be broken. Can I save myself the headache of making the kick file and put my hard drive in a USB enclosure, and use another computer that does have integrated graphics to install it on to that drive? Does qubes (or Linux in general) take issue with that? >> >>62806063 There are peopl who don't have the time and autism for setting up Arch manually. Whats so bad about using an install script? This is this sort of elitism that keeps the Arch user jokes rolling. >UR ONLY COOL WHEN YOU COPY PASTE THOSE COMMANDS JUST LIKE I DID >> Which is the best? most popular? portable Linux distro for running in RAM as a rescue tool? >> >>62806111 GNU/Linux >> >>62806117 right. now which one with a DE and usable OTB >> >>62806111 puppy gnu/linux is pretty cool and lighweight runs on ram for kicks and jiggles look into tinycore, which is just 11mb >> >>62806094 "Setting up" Arch manually takes a short amount of time. Installing it manually and not using abstractions that introduce bugs is one of the core premises of the distribution. You are an absolute retard because you cannot comprehend that. On top of that you are a pretentious retard who thinks using Arch makes him cool. It is obvious that you are a retard who doesn't even need the distribution, because you're installing it like that. You are also a retard for perpetuating myths and memes on here. Consider killing yourself to spare 4chan and people the bandwidth. tl;dr: you are a retard >> >>62806124 thanks. i've actually tried those both out. puppy linux is pretty neat. i was just browsing this list and was wondering if there was a "standard" one. forgot nothing in the linux world is standard usage lol https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Linux_distributions_that_run_from_RAM >> >>62806094 >manually Depending on your hardware arch takes around 10 commands to have a working base install. >> >>62806150 The premisse of Arch Linux is building a fragile system from ground up in order to enjoy surprises and adventures, Arch Linux is pretty popular among borderline patients, since it helps them feeling themselves, pushes the adrenalin when running updates and the daily riddle how to fix broken things keeps the paarients busy. I'd highly recommend Arch for disabled people all-the-way, but for daily use? Nah, >> >>62806205 >memes memems mems Arch is a rolling-release distribution, using Pacman as its package manager with binary packages, which does minimal patching or changing of software from upstream and which includes non-free software in its repositories. That's the normal person definition. Keep playing your retarded children games and bike-shedding your superficial knowledge stemming from memes, retard. Alternatively consider killing yourself again. >> >>62806205 I know this feel. Whe I set up Arch the first time without any errors I was so proud, it's like a drug. >> >>62806215 This is a friendly thread; we do not suggest suicide to users of any levels. >> >>62806227 It's for a geater good, tho. >less people around >less hungry people in the future >> I can't figure this out. How do I make rm to execute rm-safe and make rm-true to execute rm? With the following fragment in my .bashrc, all calls to any of them calls on rm-safe. What am I doing wrong? rm-safe(){ echo "Thanks for using this instead of rm, as it's safer and allows for easy file recovery." mv "$1" /media/Data/.Trash/}alias rm-true=\rmalias rm=rm-safe
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>>62806307
try
alias rm-true='command rm'

Also open a new terminal, you may have set up aliases and functions when experimenting you maybe forget that you set them up.
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>>62806307

Use a CLI program implementing the Freedesktop trash specification. For example:
https://github.com/andreafrancia/trash-cli

It has the advantage of being properly thought out and dealing with use-cases, such as what happens when you delete a file named the same as an already existing deleted file, amongst others.
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>>62806347
>>62806396

Thanks for the answers! Not working though. I tried the trash-cli one, but it doesn't solve the current problem, as I want to make "rm" to invoke a safe alternative while the true rm is accessible by other name (rm-true).

I'm assuming some people here have some sort of set up like that. Can you share your .bashrc fragment?

I feel like this is actually simple, but I can't wrap my head around it.
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Hi guys, I need some help. I installed Manjaro Linux on my laptop and everything was working fine, installed everything etc. etc. but then I realized I was on my intel gpu and not my nvidia gpu. I then installed the intel-nvidia prime drivers and rebooted. Now it fails to boot at all. It stops at some [OK] messages and that's it. I was able to go into tty and remove the driver but now it has... no driver. I tried also installing another driver through mhwd but I keep getting a message about it not being able to fetch "multilib.db" from what I understand some website. What should I do?
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>>62803718
This happens on Debian Stable too
It's of no concern, just an aesthetic issue, probably something is fucked between kernel mode setting and systemd
Ubuntu desktop users don't see it because they have Plymouth installed but who needs Plymouth?
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I have an ubuntu live image and I need to remove the 64bit in /EF/BOOT/ and insert a 32bit but I cannot for the life of me remove write protection. I've tried chown, hdparm, mounting as su. Nothing. Even if it says read only protection removed (like with hdparm) it is still there. What the hell is happening?
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Hello, /fglt/fags.
Just a quicky from me: will Puppy Linux(tm) speed up my old R61i Chinkpad (1gb ram) unlike the currently installed Mint?
Thank you in advance!
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>>62806307
>>62806347
>>62806396
>>62806442
Thanks for the answers.

I've reached to the conclusion that aliasing rm is bad practice and I should get used to a different command for deleting aliased to trash.

On a different note, I can't get trash-restore to work. It doesn't restore anything because the actual files are being sent to a different trash folder.

This is what happens when I delete something on my SSD (rem = trash).

[ian@styx test]$rem -v something.txt trash: Volume of file: /media/DataSSDtrash: Trash-dir: /home/ian/.local/share/Trash from volume: /trash: found unusable .Trash dir (should be a dir): /media/DataSSD/.Trashtrash: Trash-dir: /media/DataSSD/.Trash-1000 from volume: /media/DataSSDtrash: 'something.txt' trashed in /media/DataSSD/.Trash-1000 And this is what happens when I delete something from my HDD. [ian@styx testing]$ rem -v something.txt trash: Volume of file: /media/Datatrash: Trash-dir: /home/ian/.local/share/Trash from volume: /trash: found unsecure .Trash dir (should be sticky): /media/Data/.Trashtrash: Trash-dir: /media/Data/.Trash-1000 from volume: /media/Datatrash: 'something.txt' trashed in /media/Data/.Trash-1000

So when I run
trash-restore
it says
No files trashed from current dir ('/media/Data/00/testing')

Anybody know what kind of fuckery is going on here? I haven't found anything about this.
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>>62806737
I reached the conclusion*

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>>62806710

No. The distribution has nothing to do with that. The software you use does.
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>>62806760
Fuck.
What do I do now?
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still the same problem:

i have a raspberry pi running a samba server for local file sharing. No problem to access with windows (Windows username is the same as samba username)

now i want to access the files and folders with my linux laptop (different username as samba username) and get the Error "insufficient rights"

mounted the share in /etc/fstab

//<Server>/<folder> /home/<user>/nas/<folder> cifs credentials=/home/<user>/.share_nas,x-systemd.automount,user 0 0//<Server>/share /home/<user>/nas/share cifs credentials=/home/<user>/.share_nas,x-systemd.automount,user 0 0

my ~/.share_nas contains the same user and password i use to access samba from windows and looks like this:
username=<user>password=<password>

when i connect directly to the samba folders with
smb://<Server>/<folder>
, it takes the correct login and i can access every file.

how do i need to edit the fstab so that it automounts with the correct credentials and grant me access to the shared files?
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>>62806831
Install any modern distro and use a resource-friendly DE (xfce, lxde, mate etc) or a plain WM.

>>62806878
Any reason why you _need_ to use Samba on your gnu+linux machine? You could use other network sharing solutions like sshfs.
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>>62806710
>>62806831
It will probably run faster because puppy comes with lower end software and it loads everything into ram. The software pre-installed is not as user friendly as Mint's though. Try it.
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What is alternative to wipe? How do I securely delete in bulk files/folders in trash without tracing symlinks and killing my whole ubuntu?
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>>62806888
>Any reason why you _need_ to use Samba on your gnu+linux machine?

no. i'm fairly new to linux and wanted to use the service i know already. but yeah, i'm looking into sshfs then
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Brainlet question:
How do I install Fedora without making a seperate EFI partition for it? Windows EFI already exists and when I tried Debian it correctly placed itself into an already existing partition. With Fedora I cannot proceed with the installation if I don't create a 1GB EFI partition.
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>>62806917
You can also try NFS too, it's a solution which is natively supported by Linux and speed with it might be better than with sshfs.
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I have written an essay to try convince my school to move to free software. I might post it if you guys are interested.
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how do i setup cycles in blender on fedora 26? my gpu (hd7970) doesnt show up under it. From what i understand drivers must be installed since theyre in the kernel right?
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>>62806967
Sounds like a case where you sadly need the proprietary drivers (fglrx or amdgpu-pro).
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>>62806891
>>62806888
O-ok, I'll try.
Cheers.
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>>62806963
Here is a taster.
1
Introduction
Free software is a hidden issue to many especially I feel within the educational system, I have written
the following to hope to educate the school on the issue and find a solution. When many people
hear the term free software their first thought is that the argument is that soft ware should exist
with out cost, this issue stems from a lack of definition in the English language, when discussing
free software one should think free speech not free beer,in German rederfreiheit not kostenlosbier .
1.2
Common argument
Many people use the fact that free software has never been in any countries or organisations consti-
tutions make it irrelevant, I dispel this argument simply by stating that had the bible been written
in 1946 the 11 th commandment would have likely stated “You shall not enrich uranium”.
1.3
On freedom two
Many people feel that the inclusion of freedom two makes free software incompatible with our modern
monetary system as it would not allow to make money from software. This has shown to be false
many times, the creator of Emacs (a free editor) made an income from selling it despite that any one
could obtain it for free, on top of this the European Union commissioned report on displacement of
sales 1 caused by piracy found little evidence of sales being lost to piracy, a direct quote “In general,
the results do not show robust statistical evidence of displacement of sales by online copyrights
infringements. That does not necessarily that piracy has no effect but only that the statistical does
not prove with sufficient reliability that there is an effect.” this shows that free software can exist
with all software with out major effects on income to software developers.
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>>62806980
even most games wont work with it for some reason, using cpu rendering instead (on an 8350...). What I dont understand is why the drivers wont work. Also my understanding is that the propietary drivers arent even in developement or installable on 25/26
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>>62806996
>Also my understanding is that the propietary drivers arent even in developement or installable on 25/26

fglrx, the old driver is not usable on new systems and for newer cards.
amdgpu-pro, the new driver works only with recent systems and recent cards. If your cards is supported by amdgpu-pro then you should be able to use it.

fglrx doesn't work on new systems because it depends on legacy shit. Its code is such a clusterfuck AMD decided to scrap it and started to work on a new driver called amdgpu-pro which however only supports recent cards.
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>>62806895

Shred.
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>>62807040
Like this?
shred -v --remove=unlink *
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>>62807099

I don't know. I just saw shred mentioned in the rm man page for secure file removal.
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>>62807137
>I just saw shred mentioned in the rm man page for secure file removal.

That probably means rm just marks files as "deleted" while not effectively deleting the data and shred actually wipes the disk space used by the files for good. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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>>62807025
looks like the hd7970 isnt listed as supported on the amd website but some stack exchange thread says it is.
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>>62807144
probably yes
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>>62807144

Yes, but I was more thinking about the line of "I don't know if it follows symlinks and if it will delete everything on your partition".
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>>62799229
The only reason I can't use GNU is that it doesn't work with my 1070... it freezes at boot.
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>>62807196
You should boot with the
nomodeset
kernel command line flag then install the proprietary novidya drivers then. It takes a while for the nouveau team to reverse engineer the drivers and provide OOB kernel-level support for recent cards.
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>page 6
here's a free as in free beer bump
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>>62807674
Dont assume my userland!
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>>62799229
>installed Debian minimal install.
>installed Fluxbox.
>Installed Abiword as I want this shitty 11 year old laptop to be a typerwriter.

I have no idea what to do to basically configure fluxbox; where is Abiword?
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>>62807875
>no idea what to do to
Install the things that you need to use and then use them to do the things you need to do
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>>62806941
Anyone?
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>>62807887
I've already installed Abiword. But when I right click the desktop, I don't see it listed.
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>>62807949
You need to add it to the menu, or you can use one of various menu generators to generate a list of programs.

Go to .fluxbox/menu and add an entry
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>>62807958
I see, thank you.
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Running Manjaro
have very basic knowledge, but im learning

>didn't get Clementine running, accidently broke some packages with deleting/reinstalling/updating
>broken packages stopped sudo, pacman and multiple programs from working
>manage to fix sudo and pacman command with packages from pacman cache
>did few restarts, NO ISSUES booting, just launching programs
>proposed -Syu on Archwiki and manjaro forums to fix missing packages etc etc
>couldnt verify PGP keys from packages because mirrorlists were empty or something, so can't do -Syu
>someone proposed live boot from USB and doing then
>make live usb, try command (sudo pacman -r /mnt -Syu) but failed idk
>try some more possible fixes on actuall installed manjaro
>now when i boot into my installed manjaro on pc it gives this error

[ OK ] Started Hostname Service.
[ OK ] Stopped Network Manager
Starting Network Manager...
[ FAILED ] To start network manager
See 'systemctl status NetworkManager.service' for details
[ OK ] Started TLP system startup/shutdown

with a blinking cursor under it. I can't type or do anything except for rebooting, but I'll get the same screen.

How do I get rid of this screen and get into my 'broken' installed Manjaro on PC so that I can try to fix the PGP-keys and restore the broken packages?

Any pointers are appreciated. I have a 1.5k word thesis deadline in four hours >:(
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It's now 20 years that I use and work with Linux.
I don't feel old, I just feel like life is too short.
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>>62808112
I feel like the command (sudo pacman -r /mnt -Syu) made it so that my PC is looking for the liveboot (again i have little knowledge), because when i search for "[ OK ] Started TLP system startup/shutdown" i only get issues with liveboot.

My liveboot usb is unplugged from the computer when i get the earlier mentioned error
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>>62808144
start in recovery mode and remove/disable network mismanager service. See if that boots up your system. Recovery mode should be available in GRUB.
You then later can start nm manually or configure network by hand.
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>>62808210
Managed to disable the network manager, but I still get the same screen when booting

are you sure the command "sudo pacman -r /mnt -Syu" I did on liveboot manjaro isn't the issue?
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how to unfuck arch with budgie-desktop with latest gnome without reverting to pre Oct. 6th packages
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what is the point of file permissions if anyoen can just boot into a live usb and access files anywasy?
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>>62799762
I did all the steps up to bios/mbr or uefi/gpt and it seems when i restart it enters straight into windows..doesnt see any arch linux option...i'm using windows 7 ultimate for dual boot
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>>62808515

It's for running systems. When someone has physical access to your computer, it's encryption that you want to prevent tampering and spying.
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>>62808112
Install Vanilla Arch :^)
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>>62808718
had arch before Manjaro but ran into too many issues that I couldnt be asked to fix. I want to learn more about Linux, but don't want to spend hours fixing some stupid small issue.

>>62808112
>>62808144
Anyways, when I perform Ctrl+Alt+F2 I can log in and perform "startx" or "startx xfce" to boot into my DE. It looks really crappy and things like my wallpaper/Thunar/firefox/etc don't work.

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>>62808797
You have a downstream distro that is no longer working, no one is going to help you because you chose a downstream distro.
Go on the manbungo forums and ask them there for their "specialized" retarded setup.
You have every thing and the kitchen sink not working
Install vanilla arch and come back

>arch has problems
No, you had problems because you couldnt read a wiki on how to install it nor could you type in 10 commands to make a base install.
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>>62808797

You can learn "Linux" on any distribution. You use the same software on all, except the package manager. As the person above said, you're doing retarded things and you insist on them, despite being told otherwise.
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Anyone else see their system stop booting after installing and running a DE?
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>>62808112
>>62808144
>>62808797
Serious question, how did you manage to fuck up an "it just werks" install of manjaro this badly?
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Intermediate GNU-er here, does Devuan "just work"?
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Help!
New to i3 and trying to set a background image

 exec_always feh --bg-fill [file location]

And it acts like a window not a like a wallpaper. How do I do this properly?
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>>62808797
>runs into small trivial issues on Arch
>switches to Mandingo to get something that "just werks"
>gets insane boot error
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Why do you faggots never recommend Cinnamon DE? I just tried it on Debian and fell in love instantly.
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>>62808831
I had Arch for a few months.
>not installing/deinstalling/updating anything
>random day X stopped working
>why.jpg
>have to spend valueable time to fix something that randomly broke
>fixed
>"hey, we from program X have a new version with some bug fixes and new features"
>install
>oh hey every fucking release is unstable on arch and needs to be researched for bugs prior to installing

i dont have time for that. Manjaro is more stable and a more noob-friendly alternative with AUR

>>62808850
what retarted things am I doing? Removing openssl is what fucked things up, because apperently openssl-1.1.0 is COMPLETELY different from openssl-1.0.1. Now only one simple command in a liveboot assigned something wrong, which should be very easily fixed if I only knew how.
The only thing that I'm being told is to install vanilla arch. How is that even helpful?

>>62808870
manjaro worked perfect for months, no issues at all. All this shit started when i changed openssl because Clementine wouldn't launch due to missing/faulty lib files
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>>62808905
We don't recommend any DE because it's a subjective matter.
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>>62808867

First off all, what does stop booting even mean? Secondly, something is telling me you didn't install the video drivers and Xorg is failing to start. But who knows, because you don't provide any information nor do you check logs yourself.
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>>62808921
I mean I get booted into the EFI shell. It won't boot from the Linux installation on the disk.
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>>62808911
>not installing/deinstalling/updating anything
>Im not updating a ROLLING RELEASE DISTRO, i wonder what can happen

>oh hey every fucking release is unstable on arch and needs to be researched for bugs prior to installing
Arch uses VANILLA packages DIRECTLY from UPSTREAM.That means the developers have spent time doing development and testing and have decided to push a stable update.
This tactic never works. And you look silly.

>i dont have time for that. Manjaro is more stable and a more noob-friendly alternative with AUR
And yet here you are on a Sunday Morning bitching about how manjumbo FAILED you.

I've been using arch for 9 years. Never have i had an issue arise that wasnt:
1. Listed for manual intervention on the FRONT PAGE
2.Outdated config that i failed to update to the new versions syntax.
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>>62808885
feh --bg-scale [file location]

Make it easy on yourself and just use nitrogen. It's just as lightweight.
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How do i change my DE on arch? I installed gnome and this thing is terrible but i don't want to do a fresh install
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>>62809048
sudo pacman -R gnome
sudo pacman -S fluxbox
rm -rf ~/.xinitrc
echo startfluxbox > ~/.xinitrc
startx
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>>62809064
xDDDDDDDDDDDDD
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void or gentoo?
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>>62807875
vim + latex
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>>62809089
If you don't mind a lengthy install procedure and occasional compiling, gentoo.
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>>62809289
Run as sudo
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>>62809305
what do you mean?
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>>62809415
Run the battery command as sudo, you probly cant access teh needed devices to parse battery info
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>>62808112
>>62808911
> Now only one simple command in a liveboot assigned something wrong, which should be very easily fixed if I only knew how.

Did you run an arch live USB on a manjaro install? If so, you probably grabbed AUR packages that should be handled by manjaro's repositories lmao
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sudo upower -i /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_BAT0
[sudo] password for user:
native-path: BAT0
power supply: yes
updated: Sun 08 Oct 2017 11:07:03 AM EDT (74 seconds ago)
has history: yes
has statistics: yes
battery
present: yes
rechargeable: yes
state: charging
warning-level: none
energy: 0 Wh
energy-empty: 0 Wh
energy-full: 0 Wh
energy-full-design: 0 Wh
energy-rate: 0 W
percentage: 0%
capacity: 100%
icon-name: 'battery-caution-charging-symbolic'
History (charge):
1507475202 0.000 unknown
History (rate):
1507475202 0.000 unknown

ya nah it dead
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What should I do with my server?
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>>62809654
ownCloud
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>>62809435
im gonna reinstall windows and see if it gives different results as some people have said on other forums.
>install gnu/linux
>breaks hardware
wew
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Why phpstorm on linux consumes much more ram than on windows? I think it was about 300m per client on windows, but right now java process consumes 1,5Gb for 3 clients. Maybe i'm misremembering though.
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Using rxvt-unicode
How do I configure its color scheme?
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>>62810051
linuxatemyram.com
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>>62810085
https://www.startpage.com/do/search?q=rxvt-unicode+color
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>>62806988
When you want to convince someone, you shouldn't start off with a defensive position and talk about arguments against it.

You want to sell a product; talk about the benefits of your product and make the people *need* it. Let them feel that they are in a safe position, thanks to your product.
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Is it possible to run Fedora without systemd?
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>>62810094
No, it's not about it. I'm talking about process.
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>>62808885
exec --no-startup-id feh --bg-fill ~/.wallpaper.png
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>>62810255
This isnt windows.
This is linux.
It does shit way differently.
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>>62810271
GNU/Linux*
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>>62810271
Well, 2332 available with phpstorm, 3873 without. It's by very same page you linked real memory usage. 3873-2332 is 1.5gb.
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>>62810225
Fedora without systemd is like 4chan without anime.
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>>62810225
No. If a binary distro is systemd based, then you cannot use it without systemd. You might select another init system in debian but that's it.
If you wanna go memed free, either use a binary distro which doesn't have it at all or get a source distro which allows you to configure a systemd free setup.
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>>62810345
I like its range and timeliness of packages. Some of Gentoo's packages are too old
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>>62808905
>why do you faggots...
Because cinnamon is the preferred de of heterosexuals.
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I'm on Arch KDE plasma and how do I disable bios beep completely?
I use gstreamer + kmix. IIRC there used to be a volume slider for the bios beep from my previous arch installs but it no longer exist.
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>>62810569
:stop beep:
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>>62810381
>Some of Gentoo's packages are too old
unmask the new version and install that. Or go git-deep and install the 9999 version which pulls sources right from the development tree.
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>>62810569
rmmod pcspkr

>>62810668
YOU are a fucking faggot. Fuck you useless piece of shit.
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>>62811088
You sound pretty mad.
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>>62810668
:stopbeep:
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>>62811088
thanks for response m8
echo "blacklist pcspkr"
just werks
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>>62811484
kek
put it in /etc/modprobed.d/blacklist.conf
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i use manjaro with cinnamon as de and nemo as file manager. only one thing disturbs me:

characters like _ or [ at name beginning are ignored for sorting, so my folders are ordered like this:
A, B, C, [D], E

i want it to be sorted like this:
[D], A, B, C, E
.

how can i manage that?
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>>62811791
Use _
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>>62811813
same result, is still sorted like this:
A, B, C, _D, E
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>>62811837
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Which is the most normie distro? Which is the least normie distro?
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>>62811871
i want C and E to be first
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>>62811930
>>62811930
>>62811930
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>>62811932
Your sorting is fucked, check settings but it looks like you need a better file manager such as spacefm
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>>62811932
It's the LC_COLLATE environment variable that needs to be set. You probably want "LC_COLLATE=C"

How are you starting your DE/WM? If you're using "startx" then it'll automatically pick up your environment from ~/.profile or ~/.bashrc so you can define them in there.
If your DE/WM is started automatically by a log in manager then you have to put it somewhere else that I can't remember.
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What are some security Linux tips for beginners? I'm just start using lubuntu and already install firejail and chkrootkit. Also, How do you protect laptop against usb base malware

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