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tfw making this post from trueOS. runs quite well desu.
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>>59567945
what anime?
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>>59569620
>konosuba-blue-hair.png
>konosuba-blue-hair
>konosuba
ffs.
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>>59569667
>PG-13
>>>/global/rules/2
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>>59569684
What do you even mean?
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>>59567988
You should shut up since the libressl still can have the same bugs as the openssl years after the code lobotomy.

Anyone got a good vim game? I was liking vim adventure then they asked for money
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>>59569214
not on windows10
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>>59569389
We were talking about sane softwares here anon.
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>>59567268
vim with a foreign language keyboard layout

had a webex session with some TAC monkeys about three weeks ago. always have to set the keyboard layout to english for them.
then I needed to change a setting with vim on the shared screen and only fucked up my file ... ":" had moved in the layout and I couldn't quit anymore, too. embarassing as fuck
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>>59569090

You must be really slow and never edit text for longer than 6 seconds.

>>59569007

Because you're not using it how it's meant to be used, negating any useful things about it. You are just a poser who thinks he's cool for using Vi.
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>>59569909
I've never seen the use of many of the features in vim because I don't touch type anyway. I never felt the need to learn since I get around 105 WPM using my index fingers only.

I use vim because it cuts the bullshit and because it's a terminal editor so I can use it consistently whether I'm SSHing or not.

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What'd be the GOAT configuration for the new MacBook Pro 13-inch without Touch Bar?
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>>59567954
I honestly believe 2 TB3 ports are enough. Put a Kaby Lake i7 CPU in there with 16GB DDR4 ram and you'd have the best 13" in the Apple notebook family.
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>>59567954
Wait until OLED display, probably next cycle
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when will this fucking trip fag stop posting these lies in every mac thread

mods need to add this garbage to the spam filter
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>>59569491
he takes his trip off to post, then samefags with his trip on. i think he has actual autism, no one else could be this upset about a computer.
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>>59570156
>>59569491
t. iToddler

Why the hell are you not using the best version of windows?
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>>59562934
Source?
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>>59568475
there's links in the thread or just torrent it
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>>59567925
oh ok thanks m8
thats a hell of a lot easier than when I imagined (some sort of disk image doctor program).

I hate to ask a million questions but how do I know the package names?
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>>59555579
it's shit
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>>59570062
[iso directory]\DS\Packages\Featurepack folder.The names of each package is the roughly the name of the folder that encloses the .cab file you need to point to. Eg:[iso]\DS\Packages\Featuepack\amd64~winemb-wireless~~~~6.1.7601.17514~1.0\winemb-wireless.cab

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Microsoft and Intel’s Decades-Long Alliance Has Started To Fray

THEY CALLED IT Wintel.

For decades, two companies worked side by side to build the very foundation of personal computing. Microsoft built the operating system—Windows—and Intel built the chips. But Wintel is no more. Sure, Windows will continue to run on Intel chips. But Wintel as a mighty alliance has died. It’s been fading for years, and this week Microsoft snuffed out the last of it.

On Wednesday, from a conference stage in Silicon Valley, Microsoft told the world it plans on using ARM chips in the servers that underpin Windows Azure, the sweeping collection of cloud computing services that represents the company’s future. It was the most tactical of announcements, a carefully considered collection of words meant to shift computing’s balance of power. Microsoft has yet to actually put ARM chips in the data centers that run Azure. It merely pledged that it would.

“All this is before we’ve actually seen a chip,” says Patrick Moorhead, the president and principal analyst at Moor Insights and Strategy, a firm that closely follows the chip business. In other words, this announcement isn’t about technology—at least not yet. It’s little more than a push against Intel’s market power. Like Google and Amazon and others, it seems, Microsoft wants an added bargaining chip when buying computer chips from the biggest computer chip maker on Earth. The question: will it get what it wants?

https://www.wired.com/2017/03/wintel-going-not-dead-yet/
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>>59569544

>Azure
>Microsofts Future

jesus ... are you going full SaSS on businesses? I can see it happening i guess.

Every big business is just going to pay for software whenever its needed and can deploy anything they want pretty much instantly without ever owning it.

I guess it makes sense.

Hope they leave the consumer market behind slowly.
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Wait, ARM chips can run on servers now?
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>>59569587
Yeah they're really great for IO heavy work, bunch of companies jumped on the train
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AMD FINISHED AND BANKRUPT

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Whats /g/'s opinion on ITIL? Learning for the Foundation Exam right now, and it seems pretty bloated to me.

Tips on how to prepare for the exam would be appreciated as well.
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great if your business depends on selling ITIL for obscene amount of taxpayer money

besides that not much value in it really
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IT bosses like COBIT more because it gave them maturity level number they can brag to higher ups
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Honestly it looks like total bullshit to me

It's just a tool for HR interviewers to cut all people that don't have some ITIL cert
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>>59568848
Maturity models are essentially arbitrary, but otherwise the standard (5) is useful.

>>59568864
ITIL is bullshit until you have a giant project, program, or help desk to build/maintain/operate. Lots of fluff but it's nice to have such a large trove of best practice concepts to point at.

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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.


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>>59562583
not him, and i personally use arch, but i used gentoo prior
gentoo (or funtoo) might be something you'll like, just keep in mind that you'll probably spend a lot of time compiling things unless you;
- get your USE flags sorted out quickly, forgetting something and adding it later might require many things to be recompiled
- don't install new software often
- don't update often/like to stay on current versions of software

as far as "getting things exactly how i like it" go, gentoo is up there, just with the disadvantage of not really having a choice in making it how you like it (the defaults for USE flags, iirc, are really barebones, which makes sense, but probably not practically useful), and the need to compile anything that changes
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>>59571066
how is the quality of the wiki related to the quality of the distro?
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>>59571236
i'm not sure how you can compare them
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>>59571216
if you're wondering why i don't use it anymore, i tend to use or at least try out most of the features of the software i install, so there was constant USE flag updates and most stuff got recompiled more than once while still on the same version
the potential disk and memory savings from stripping out unneeded functionality wasn't significant on my desktop, despite being pretty outdated at the time (dual core/3G ram in 2011)
so the main selling points of gentoo just didn't really suit me for this purpose
if i was to put together something with a specific purpose/featureset in mind with constrained hardware, i would still consider gentoo for that
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>>59556706
Is there any similar setup like .xinitrc and startx for wayland?

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anyone know how to remove ransomware from a pc to decrypt files without paying?
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>>59569425
if I were them I'd unlock half of the files and ask for more money. Like the metaphor of the archer that always shoots half the distance or something. so the money keeps flowing
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>>59569472
Kek not bad, but I don't know if when people start knowing about this it will result in more money at the end of the day.

Though I know that some of them tell you that you don't need to pay to unlock the files, if you infect two of your friends kek.
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>>59567435
How did you manage that anon?
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>>59569553
Ransomeware stayed dormant for a while just spreading itself without encrypting files, so when I made the backups, they were getting encrypted too, and when I noticed it was too late.
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There's some that written bad, and uses the same key. You could find a stock photo in your encrypted stuff, assuming it's file by file encrypted, and get the key by comparing the two.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wKnt0f5T-M
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>>59567580
>8-bin ascii
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THE KING'S TAKING BACK THE THRONE
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>>59569722
Because the other is still banned
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This just in. Holocaust of the jews was a just cause.
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>>59564692
Top kek at that webm.

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Some guy at work gave me this CD. Any use for it?
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>>59569297
good luck calling ms support about fckgw
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>>59567244
Not even. Microsoft haven't changed shit since 1.0. I bet 90% of viruses will still work on that piece of shit OS.
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>>59566655
right in the feels
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>>59567295
You wish you had an osborne.
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>>59567295
>>59569515
You make your own 4chan client then?

Such an amazing machine, long beat macintosh to the 3.5

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Is this normal?
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also
>post your storage devices on speed
>are you a virgin
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WRONG SUBR/EDDIT
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Tell me a free as in freedom Linux alternative and I'll run it

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Stop using nonfree software
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>>59569581
https://www.fsf.org/blogs/licensing/free-rarv3-extraction
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>>59565423
How can my software be free if my hardware is not free
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>>59565423
Mr hobo

why the fuck does it matter if every CPU that can run software are nonfree?
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>>59569694
RMS cpu doesn't run nonfree microcode.
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>>59569761
Yeah by not running anything

Daily reminder that minimalism is the Unix philosophy
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>>59566871
gay
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>>59563349
>muh yoonix way
which is why people us ed instead of vim or emacs or nano
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>>59566900
http://uselessd.darknedgy.net/

systemd is modular anyway.
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it's laughable how gnutards (i.e lincucks) are the ones arguing in favor of it
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>>59569664
They who don't like scripts should not use Linux.

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What do you unironically think was a mistake when it comes to computers?
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>>59566307
>Mandatory calling home

I don't understand that one. What do you mean?
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Eternal September
abandoning federated protocols in favor of closed ones
Microsoft Windows
Abandoning NeXtstep
JavaScript and "web technology" in general
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>>59564801
Can you link something to read about it?
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>>59557082
this
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>>59557027
>oop
>eth

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Ok /g/, lets settle this this age old question for the coming generations:

Do you run Windows as your main OS and run Linux in a VM for actual work, or do you run Linux as your daily driver and run Windows in a VM for muh gaymen?
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>he doesnt triple boot macos, windows and ubuntu
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>>59569676
Depends. I run Windows while there's girls around and Linux when I'm masturbating to child pornography and anime at home in the safety of mom's basement.
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>>59569680
>doesnt triple boot macos, windows, gentoo
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I don't run Windows at all.

If I'm going to ever run it again, I'll probably set up an old Thinkpad w/ it and use it mostly to play weeb games in bed. This is likely to happen once I acquire a newer laptop, so I can dedicate my old one to this purpose.
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>>59569680

>corelet has to restard his shitty 4c machine to play games/work



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