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I tried installing gentoo on my old laptop.
driver didn't support wireless network.

tried funtoo
same thing on the fucking systemrescuecd, as far as I can tell.
at least I got some error messages that time.

then I realized I'm learning a useless skill and stopped for the night.
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>>66699678
>driver didn't support wireless network.
did you install firmware?
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>>66699678
Reading manuals are for chumps eh
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>>66699768
>>66699807
I was literally walking through the guides. But when you come up with that 0google results query, you know it's fucked.
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>gentoo
>the source code is compiled locally
how do you compile the compiler then?
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>>66699959
With a precompiled "stage 3" compiler.
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Hello friends
Just upgraded to Xubuntu 18.04
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>>66699970
>precompiled
i dont' like the idea of that!
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>>66699883
As the creator of a distro. I will call it what ever the fuck i want to call it, and there is nothing you can do to stop me
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>>66699959
To install linux, you must first be running linux.
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Install CRUX
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>>66699768
Try running lspci to see what wireless card you have, and then searching for firmware for that specific model.
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>>66701450
>>66701450
>>66701450
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Hi /flgt/, I'm dabbling around with my Raspberry Pi, running Raspbian.

I'm trying to work out how I can set up a series of intranet pages for myself such as:
wiki.raspberry.com

I've managed to get things like this working:
192.168.0.2/index.html

My main aim is to try and get phabricator working, but so far I hit this when trying to access it:
Request parameter '__path__' is not set. Your rewrite rules are not configured correctly.

Googling, I haven't found a solution that works for me though.
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>>66701769
It sounds like your www path, or the path to the scripts are not properly setup in your config
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Why wont windows open in floating mode in my bspwm?

Here's my bspwmrc:

#! /bin/sh

sxhkd &
#feh --bg-scale ~/.config/wall.png &


bspc monitor -d I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X

bspc config border_width 2
bspc config window_gap 12

bspc config split_ratio 0.52
bspc config borderless_monocle true
bspc config gapless_monocle true
bspc config focus_follows_pointer true

bspc rule -a gimp desktop=^8' state=floating follow=on
bspc rule -a palemoon desktop=^2
bspc rule -a mplayer2 state=floating
bspc rule -a mpv state=floating follow=on
bspc rule -a Kupfer.py focus=on
bspc rule -a Screenkey manage=off
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Why do we worship this man again?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umQL37AC_YM
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>>66701921
Correction; This is my bspwmrc:

#! /bin/sh

sxhkd &
#feh --bg-scale ~/.config/wall.png &


bspc monitor -d I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X

bspc config border_width 2
bspc config window_gap 12

bspc config split_ratio 0.52
bspc config borderless_monocle true
bspc config gapless_monocle true
bspc config focus_follows_pointer true

bspc rule -a gimp desktop=^8' state=floating follow=on
bspc rule -a palemoon desktop=^2
bspc rule -a mplayer2 state=floating
bspc rule -a mpv state=floating
bspc rule -a Kupfer.py focus=on
bspc rule -a Screenkey manage=off
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what are some jobs i can get doing linux things
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>>66701921
>>66701948

The usual issue is that you don't have the program capitalized correctly. I assume mpv (if that's the video player you're using) is the only one that works.

Simple solution (from what I've seen) is just to double every rule line, making sure the first letter is capitalized. So, e.g.
bspc rule -a gimp desktop=^8' state=floating follow=on
bspc rule -a Gimp desktop=^8' state=floating follow=on
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>>66701952
Broad question, what "linux things" can you do?
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>>66701921
>>66701948
>>66701967
Also, get rid of that extraneous ' in the gimp line. That might also be causing your problems.
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>>66701967
None of them work.

I'll try to capitalize them, but I thought you had to write them as you would a terminal command.
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>>66701977
This is a example config. Don't use gimp that often.
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>>66701974
probably nothing worth paying me for
i have a little bit of experience with qemu and configuring virtual machines through xml
i just want to know what options there are
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>>66701871
Any good recommended guides or anything? I'm quite stuck :\
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>>66701925
Good advice.
I was in a linux user group for a couple years.
Most of what I know now, I learned then.
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>>66701952
system administration seems like the obvious choice.

besides that, i don't know. maybe embedded systems programming?
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>>66701997
Doesn't matter. If you randomly have an apostrophe or quote in a shell script, everything will be interpreted as being on the same line, which will obviously make it not work. Get rid of the apostrophe if it's in your actual config.
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>>66701952
Kernel developer.
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>>66699980
Welcome ~.
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>>66699883
update your fucking packages. That manual is ages old.
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>>66701948
In t line 17:
bspc rule -a gimp desktop=^8' state=floating follow=on
^-- SC1009: The mentioned parser error was in this simple command.
^-- SC1073: Couldn't parse this single quoted string.


In t line 23:

^-- SC1072: Expected end of single quoted string. Fix any mentioned problems and try again.
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>>66702035
Fixed it.

#! /bin/sh

sxhkd &

bspc monitor -d I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X

bspc config border_width 2
bspc config window_gap 12

bspc config split_ratio 0.52
bspc config borderless_monocle true
bspc config gapless_monocle true

bspc rule -a Gimp desktop='^8' state=floating follow=on
bspc rule -a desktop='^2'
bspc rule -a mplayer2 state=floating
bspc rule -a mpv state=floating
bspc rule -a Kupfer.py focus=on
bspc rule -a Screenkey manage=off

Turns out the config on archwiki was wrong.

>'^8'
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>>66702102
Bspwm is a great wm.
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>>66702102
>bspc rule -a desktop='^2'
Should be bspc rule -a Palemoon desktop='^2'

can paste for shit today apparently.
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>>66702087
Wrong. See
man 7 urxvt
, last updated 2016.
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>>66702120
Neither
bspc rule -a Palemoon desktop='^2'
or
bspc rule -a palemoon desktop='^2'
works. How should I write it to make it work???
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>>66702133
No man entry found
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Admit it.
At its core, Linux promotes Socialism.
>prove me wrong
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>>66702225
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>>66702133
>First of all, transparency isn't officially supported in rxvt-unicode, so you are mostly on your own.
>Here are four ways to get transparency.
>1. Use transparent mode

what is this guy smoking
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>>66702232

What this guy doesn't understand is that nobody is forcing me to use some Chinese botnet WPS Office when I can just use Libre Office instead, or the superior Microsoft Office, since Libre Office is just a (badly) reverse engineered Microsoft Office in the first place. Why would I ever use some Chinese botnet?

His entire point is horse shit because his premise is that Americans develop free software, and then the Chinese have us use their botnet.
But in reality, free software is developed by volunteers all over the world, including China I would assume, and no American unironically uses Chinese software.

Well I don't use any Chinese software. The American botnet (Google, Microsoft, Facebook) is certainly much more widespread in the West than anything Chinese.
I understand that Chinese software is popular in Asia, but who cares. Not my problem if some chinks spy on each other and won't do anything against it, like Stallman et al do over here.
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>>66702330
>MS Office
>Superior
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>>66702355
Not him but MS office is literally the definition of a killer app.
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>>66702152
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Bspwm#Rules

Try running
xprop | grep WM_CLASS

and then clicking on your Pale Moon browser.

Otherwise, it might be the usage of single quotes rather than double quotes. Try desktop="^2".
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Is there a cli tool that will just mount external hdds for me instead of fucking with config files.
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>>66702534
mount
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>>66702534
pmount
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>>66702534
fstab
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>>66702552
I mean something that automatically does it (i.e. detects too).
My mount location deletes after each time I umount (/run/media/ deletes itself everyboot so I have to make the folder)

>>66702567
my external hdds are ntfs so they can't gen a uuid. And they switch /dev/sdX everytime.
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Have this errror when I try to boot a fresh install using efi and btrfs any idea of what I'm doing wrong and where?
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>>66702601
>automatically
udev
>My mount location deletes after each time I umount
Use /mnt/
>my external hdds are ntfs so they can't gen a uuid
You can use labels
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>>66702133
Consider switching to an uptodate distro.
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>>66702607
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Persistent_block_device_naming#by-uuid I read this and though I couldn't use it.

Thanks for the other reccomendations.
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>>66702604
>/dev/sda2 ... no such device
something is very wrong
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>>66702643
Do
ntfslabel

then mount by label
mount -L label /mnt/point
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What do I need to put in my zsh config so I can type vi, arrow up and the last vi command shows up like in bash?

In bash I use:
bind '"\e[A": history-search-backward'
bind '"\e[B": history-search-forward'

How to do this in zsh?
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>>66702604
https://btrfs.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Problem_FAQ

>I get the message "failed to open /dev/btrfs-control skipping device registration" from "btrfs dev scan"
>You are missing the /dev/btrfs-control device node. This is usually set up by udev. However, if you are not using udev, you will need to create it yourself:
# mknod /dev/btrfs-control c 10 234


It is also possible that your btrfs kernel module is not loaded. either add it to your initramfs or compile it in kernel, not as a module.
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>>66702760
Linux*
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>>66702699
can I had the ntfslabel to an fstab so it automatically mounts?

Should I use udisks since that's what some DEs use?
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/USB_storage_devices
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>>66702807
>fstab
Yes
/dev/disk/by-label/label /mnt/point ntfs-3g defaults 0 0


>udisks
I've never used it
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>>66702604
>using boobfarts
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i think i'm gonna downgrade from xubuntu 18.04 to 16.04. samba and wine are both fucked on 18, hell i'd probably go back to windows 10 if it didn't keep my laptop so fucking hot
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Is it possible to install Gallium Nine on Debian so I can play games on wine at decent fps's? Google isn't helpful.
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>>66703692
If you're lucky there are packages available in somebody's PPA.

>>66703614
werks on my machine :^)
jk I haven't used either samba or wine in years
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>>66703614
Enjoy your botnet.
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Is it possible to make i3 re-assign a key ONLY when interacting in a certain program?

Explanation: My old mouse has a crappy mouse wheel that sometimes scrolls down when i want it to scroll up, and this is particularly annoying in one game I can't seem to remap the zoom option to other buttons. So I'd like i3 to automatically make PageUp/PageDown map to ScrollUp/ScrollDown since I have side mouse buttons that do that.
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>>66704021
(Ideally, like I mentioned, this would be only for that particular program, and not a global assignment)
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arch, i3, zsh, solarized, httpie, powerline, neofetch, - what's the current numale grep replacement? I forgot the name.
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>>66704097
ag https://github.com/ggreer/the_silver_searcher/blob/master/README.md
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>>66704097
https://github.com/BurntSushi/ripgrep
written in rust, for maximum numaleness
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Is there any distro with an installer that comes with proprietary wifi and LAN drivers? I have this fucking laptop that is not listed on the manufacturers site anymore and all of the spec sheets I can find don't list the manufacturer or product ID of the network devices so I don't even know what proprietary drivers to download and point the installer at.

So far I've tried Ubuntu and Debian installers and they don't even pick up the LAN connection.
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>>66704849
What kind of potato is it? Do the usual tools (lspci, lsusb, lshw) give any hints?
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Yo I need some help from any voidfriends, I fucked up my kernel. I think I just vkpurged everything and never actually installed the new one in my updates so now I can't get past GRUB. I still got the void usb I used like a couple months ago but I don't know what I could do with it besides reinstall; I got some files I need to preserve first. Can anyone help?
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Can you get tray icons on dwm?
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help me friens, i've been struggling to install eclim for 2 days now. Everytime i get this error:
Cloning into '/tmp/eclim'...
remote: Counting objects: 66866, done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (294/294), done.
remote: Total 66866 (delta 186), reused 263 (delta 87), pack-reused 66419
Receiving objects: 100% (66866/66866), 72.12 MiB | 1.29 MiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (39931/39931), done.
Checking connectivity... done.
Note: checking out '2.8.0'.

Buildfile: /tmp/eclim/build.xml

deploy:

gant:
[echo] ${eclipse}: /home/lord/eclipse/java-photon/eclipse
[echo] # Skipping org.eclim.groovy, missing org.codehaus.groovy.jdt.patch
...
[echo] # Skipping org.eclim.cdt, missing org.eclipse.cdt
[echo] Plugins:
deploy:
deploy.eclipse:
build:
build.eclipse:
init:
[echo] eclim.version: 2.8.0
[echo] eclim.release: 2.8.0
------ init
[echo]
[echo] building plugin: org.eclim
[mkdir] Created dir: /tmp/eclim/build/temp/eclipse/plugins/org.eclim_2.8.0
[mkdir] Created dir: /tmp/eclim/build/temp/classes/org.eclim
[javac] Compiling 39 source files to /tmp/eclim/build/temp/classes/org.eclim
[javac] /tmp/eclim/org.eclim/java/org/eclim/plugin/AbstractPluginResources.java:42: error: package org.eclipse.core.runtime does not exist
[javac] import org.eclipse.core.runtime.FileLocator;
[javac] ^
[javac] /tmp/eclim/org.eclim/java/org/eclim/logging/Logger.java:19: error: package org.eclipse.core.runtime does not exist
...
[javac] public void addTextInputListener(ITextInputListener listener)
[javac] ^
[javac] symbol: class ITextInputListener
[javac] location: class DummyTextViewer
[javac] 100 errors

BUILD FAILED
/tmp/eclim/build.xml:32: The following error occurred while executing this line:
/tmp/eclim/build.xml:163: : Compile failed; see the compiler error output for details.


How do i fix this?
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>>66705074
I'm open to alternatives at this point, anything to get me eclipse functionality in vim without having to install eclipse shit.
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>>66705062
there is a patch for it so yeah
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>>66704995
pls help, never dealt with this tremendous of a fuckup before
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Is there a way to install Windows 7 AFTER having installed Manjaro in a non-UEFI system?
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>>66704995
>>66705163
not an expert and not familiar with void but
>boot into void usb live cd
>mount your drive with root on it
>chroot /into/where/root/is/mounted
>update repositories
>try your luck and just install the latest linux-image again
>if doesn't work purge all linux-image linux-header gpu drivers
>reinstall linux-image linux-header and driver
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>>66705262
stop using windoze
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>>66705074
>>66705090
anyone?
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>>66705278
Holy fucking shit thank you so much anon, worked like a charm.
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>>66705529
y-you too
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Is Debian a good distro for begginers?
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Halp guise, I fucked up Linux Mint install (yes, I know...) and it only boots to grub prompt. Installed from USB, I disabled secure boot from BIOS and tried again but to no awail. Wat do?
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>>66706289
no gentoo is
>>66706356
what else? install gentoo
>>
My T430 just arrived with 16Gb ram and 240SSD

I'm undecided what distro i want to take. I'm used to linux mint but i'd like something different. I'm a beginner in python but i'm taking it seriously and thinking about taking studies.

What distro should i take?
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Is there something that combines e.g. Slack, Messenger, Whatsapp, Telegram and whatnot and isn't a botnet?
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>>66706289
Yes, but I'd go for PCLinuxOS, Lubuntu or Mint.
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>>66706505
An IRC client with bridges like bitlbee but not all work on bitlbee so you have to find other workarounds. Check here https://wiki.bitlbee.org/FrontPage
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>>66706411
gentoo
>>66706505
reddit
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>Many wireless adapters will now have everything they need to work. However, if you have an Intel wireless adapter, then you may need to install the proper microcode for your device in addition to ensuring that the proper Intel Wireless kernel drivers are available. For my Intel Corporation PRO/Wireless AGN [Shiloh] Network Connection, I need to do the following:

># emerge net-wireless/iwl5000-ucode

so where the fuck do I find mine??
product: PRO/Wireless LAN 2100 3B Mini PCI Adapter

what the fuck do I emerge now? what's the command to list shit with emerge? emerge --info /net-wireless ?
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>>66706289
Yeah it's great for every use case unless we're talking like grandma.
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>>66703895
don't install PPAs to debian. (backporting them is OK)
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Stallman thinks DDOSing should be legal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3xXFSMd20A
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>>66705262
>Windows
Windows break the GRUB, go on live CD Ubuntu and install grub-repair on it. And repair your huge and fat grub. Grub-repair have a live ISO too if you want.

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair
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>>66707191
Made me look.
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>>66707191
B A S E D
A
S
E
D
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>>66707388
What? He says it in the video
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>>66707429
Nevermind, I watched, he is right.
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Any Parabolabros here?
I'm trying to install it (openrc edition) on my laptop, but I can't get the wifi to work.
Pic related is nmtui trying to connect to my home wifi after I entered the password.
Could it be that my wifi card requires non-free drivers? But if that's the case then how can it still detect available wifis?
I've tried to disable NetworkManager service but
rc-service NetworkManager status
said it was already disabled.
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>>66702225
Information isnt a commodity, meaning its value is based on some obscure measure of how useful it is to the person who sees it. Software is a necessary set of instructions to run your machine. Its ironically anti capitalist to run proprietary software because your essentially buying technology that is owned by a company to run a machine in effect you dont own. You buy coffee you own it, you buy a phone now google or apple owns it and you have zero autonomy. The only reason proprietary software and hardware companies make money is because you dont have a choice (or at least a much harder alternative) to run your machine that you fucking own. Might as well sell the english language. So maybe its not so much socialist as it is anti-patent?
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>>66702225
Linux is a kernel.
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>>66707832
doesn't parabola use the Linux-libre kernel? Could be that your network card require some kind of binary-blob. I've heard that blob-free linux kernels usually have problems with wifi.
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>>66699587
So is Xubuntu still the best/justwerks OS for that early 00s Windows GUI style?

Looking for a simple LTS for a touchpad laptop.
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>>66708067
Also try Lubutu (or maybe ubuntu-mate).
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>>66708080
Lubuntu gets even less updates than Xubuntu, it's hardly contemporary even within this old gui style.
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>>66708145
>Lubuntu gets even less updates than Xubuntu
Please stop using computers. You are too retarded for even a Mac.
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>>66708067
Xubuntu a shit. Mint is the king baby!
https://fossbytes.com/best-linux-distros-choosing-guide/
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>>66708067
yes
https://github.com/grassmunk/Chicago95
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>>66706505
matrix
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Is there any reason not to use a rolling distro? Why would you not want to just update instead of reinstalling?
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>>66708664
If you need to reinstall a non-rolling distro when a new release comes out then you are either retaded, memeing or using a shit distro.
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How do I browse btrfs snapshots made by Timeshift in KDE? The browse button doesn't work because in the KDE teams infinite wisdom they don't let you run dolphin as root.

The timeshift github says "Snapshots are saved by default on the system (root) partition in path /timeshift." but I see no folder.
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>>66706937
Why not?
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I started using systemd to start my desktop environment programs like taskbar, wallpaper setter and other programs that run in the background. It feels cleaner and each program gets its own log file now instead of just my window manager's stderr file (Openbox's).

The only shitty thing is that it's basically a hack, since I start a custom target via Openbox's autostart script. If only there was a way to start Openbox via systemd and have it know when it's finished starting so all the other programs could be started then.
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>>66708664
My Debian install had updates one time in the past 2 months. A rolling distro would have required thousands of updates, hundreds of reboots, and Xorg would be broken.
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The program is called X, it's made by Xorg, and the popular version is X11. Thanks for listening.
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>>66709106
Xorg is the server for the X window system.
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>>66709148
>The X.Org project provides an open source implementation of the X Window System.
https://www.x.org/wiki/
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>>66709161
They are referring to www.x.org, the website.
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>>66709181
What you're referring to as www.x.org, is in fact, https://www.x.org/.
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>>66709148
Xorg is a software implementation of the X protocol (version 11)
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Is there a program that can simulate baud speed?
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>>66709280
you can rate limit a pipe using pv, for example;
ls | pv -qL300
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>>66709331
Can I use pv with another program like say vi?
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>>66709342
no, it's only for pipes, not interactive programs
i'm not sure about rate limiting an interactive program
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>>66708839
check in /home
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>>66709280
https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/unix-linux-apple-osx-bsd-screen-set-baud-rate/
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>>66709633
I'm trying to do that with my tty1 that is used for my xorg session. Is it possible I can do that for the tty I'm currently using?
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I just installed Fedora 28 Desktop because I want to eventually work in IT and figured that familiarizing myself with something similar to RHEL couldn’t hurt towards that goal. What are some things I should do to really familiarize myself with the OS and terminal in general?
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>>66709843
>>66709633
Okay, it turns out that baud is only for if you're going over a cable. Is there a way I can slow down the input and output rate for local terminal similar to setting the baud rate?
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>>66709633
>unix-linux-apple-osx-bsd
I don't like this guy.
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>write Python script that changes muh background to a random image using feh
>works flawlessly when called from command line
>works flawlessly when called through dmenu_run
>doesn't work when run as cronjob
The script basically does everything it should except for the actual setting of the background. What's going on there?
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>>66710235
>cronjob
Cron is deprecated. You have to use systemd timers and systemd services files
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>>66710412
No.
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>>66710451
Yes
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Systemd/Timers
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>>66710507
It says I _can_ use systemd timers, not that I _have_ to. The timer is obviously not the problem here, since the job obviously runs.
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>>66710235
>writes python script in order make feh do things it already does ootb, because OP cant into reading manuals
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>>66710235
is it running as right user
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>>66708022
>Could be that your network card require some kind of binary-blob.
Yeah, definitely seems like it.
Pic related, I've tried the Live LXDE desktop and it just doesn't recognize that I have wifi at all.
Oh well, I guess my hardware isn't free enough.
Although I'm still not sure why that wired connection is listed since I haven't plugged in my ethernet cable.
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>>66710628
>>>/pol/
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>>66699587
jhrthrth
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i can build a debian package from source and install it on an older debian mayor version?
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Can you take a kernel from one distro and put it into another installation? I've done it and it works. Is such a system workable? Or should I be worried?
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>>66710628
Looks like it. I appended
import pwd
with open("/tmp/bleh", 'w') as fp:
fp.write("random-background ran as user " + pwd.getpwuid(os.getuid())[0] +
" and chose " + new_bg_file + '\n')

and got "random-background ran as user anon and chose /home/anon/Pictures/bg/1292111536635.jpg" which is expected.
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I have tearing issues when running video over an external monitor in hdmi. I am using arch with xorg and intel/Nvidia graphic card.
This doesn't happen on windows 10. What to do?
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>>66710930
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/NVIDIA/Troubleshooting#Avoid_screen_tearing
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>>66710870
Depends on the dependencies.
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>>66710694
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>>66710930
>This doesn't happen on windows 10.
:^)
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>>66710980
People say that in order to indicate that the problem isn't their own fault.
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>>66710980
Just want to confirm it's software and not hardware issue. But yeah. Should I switch to Wayland? Is it working all right with Nvidia nowadays?
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>>66711042
>has hardware that relies on propriety shit to work properly
>it's not hardware related
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>>66711277
>dosent know free ati drivers screen tear
>where is your MUH PROPRIETARY god now?
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>>66711978
install compton
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>>66712755
compton dosent run, it just causes stuttering on all windows and artifacts
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>>66699587
Which Debian do I use?
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>>66712807
Debian.
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>>66712841
Stable?
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>>66712868
Afaik, you install stable first, then, if you really want, you upgrade to testing, then to unstable. To do this, you just change the repo links and update.
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>>66712941
do you reboot after upgrading from stable to testing?
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using gnome-boxes
none of my guests have internet access
tried setting up NAT using
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o internet0 -j MASQUERADE
iptables -A FORWARD -m conntrack --ctstate RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT
iptables -A FORWARD -i net0 -o internet0 -j ACCEPT

did nothing
tried to manually bridge connections using
iw dev wlp3s0 set 4addr on
ip link add name bridge0 type bridge
ip link set bridge0 up
ip link set wlp3s0 up
ip link set wlp3s0 master bridge0

but then my host loses internet access
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>>66712985
Just read the docs senpai.
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Does makethumbnail need an extension? Why isn't my script for it being recognized?
#!/bin/bash                                                                                                                                                                       
# Scales a jpeg image provided in the first argument and stores it in the second argument. # If provided, the third and fourth arguments indicate (x,y) size in pixels.

xsize=100
ysize=150

if [ $# != 2 ] && [ $# != 4 ]
then
echo "need two or four arguments"
exit 1
fi

if [ $# == 4 ]
then
xsize=$3
ysize=$4
fi

djpeg < $1 | pamscale -xysize $xsize $ysize | cjpeg > $2
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because makethumbnail isn't in your PATH
you don't want a space in $:PATH /home/tjh/scripts
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>>66713280
thx, m8.
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>>66713227
i don't think i've seen that specific in the docs
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Does anyone know how to get an RDP client to output to framebuffer, for use in a tty?
Googling turned up some raspberry pi horseshit from 2013, but it seems to dead end there.
>>
>>66709998
Can anyone help me out with this? I'm eager to start learning shit.

And I meant Workstation, not Desktop obviously.
>>
>mass update everything on debian + kde after 5 months
>black screen with mouse cursor after kde logo fades out after login
How doni fix this?
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>>66713579
There is no way but doing. What else do you expect? You can't learn it by flashcards or just mindlessly typing commands 50 times.

Just come up with stuff to do. Ignore your file browser, use only the terminal for all file operations for a while.
Install a LAMP stack and try to run a simple web server, or whatever sort of things you think you'd actually be doing at whatever job you want.
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>>66713821
alt+f2
Login
Read logs
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>>66713821
Install GuixSD
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>>66713898
Which log
What should i look for in the log
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>>66713872
That's fair I suppose, I'll give setting up a web server a try and then start brainstorming some projects for myself.

Thanks!
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Is there anything like this for loonix?

https://github.com/winauth/winauth
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so I just bought a laptop that came with debian installed and WTF would anyone ever want to use this OS. I can't even find my flash drive's folder to backup files and paste Windows. I also don't know how to get to BIOS for the same purpose. can anyone help me with this, please lol
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>>66714309
gahnoo/loonix*
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>>66714309
Yes. Search 'linux totp' or RFC6238.
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>>66714365
>>>/g/sqt
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>>66713247
type echo $path to confirm path was set properly
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>>66713821
I ran dkpg --configure -a and it magically fixed it
can someone explain what i did?
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>>66714497
$ man dpkg can explain if better than us.
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What's a good, lightweight OS suitable for daily light desktop use that can fit comfortably in 16 GB of primary storage, with room to spare for some applications?

I'm gonna throw it on one of these little boxes, which run on a dual core x86 Celeron and have 2 GB RAM. A few years back I was using it as a makeshift NAS with Linux Mint and a bunch of external HDDs plugged in. I think I was storing packages on one of the externals, and when it died nothing worked right anymore. I if I can run Chrome and LibreOffice, I'll be able to use it for work instead of a clunky old laptop.
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>>66713972
do journalctl -xe
and check for failed services
then do dmesg
and check for fuckery
then check
/var/log/Xorg.0.log
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>>66713134
Use libvirt
>>66714524
...anything? You should have a stronger opinion of your package manager because everything will fit on 16G
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>>66714684
>...anything?
What's the cool meme distro people are into these days, then? Nobody has opinions about distros anymore?
>>
Will GTK ever be good?
>>
running tmux and when using weechat the ALT key won't change irc channels.
could it be that ALT is binded to tmux somehow?
>>
Best minimal install distros that aren't Gentoo or Arch?
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>>66714974
Debian
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>>66714992
I have trouble installing Debian to this specific machine. I've tried it 3 times.
Ubuntu, Arch, and OpenSUSE have all installed fine though.
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>>66715001
Then stick to what works faggot.
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>>66714974
GuixSD
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>>66715020
I asked for better suggestions. I dislike OpenSUSE and Ubuntu feels gay to me, I even had it completely customized, still pissed me off.
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>>66714906
>anyone?
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Please help guys.
I want a minimal install for desktop that isn't Debian, Arch, Gentoo, or MemeSD.
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>>66715242
Try Manjaro Architect, pretty much bare bones install.
Conversely try Void Linux.
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>>66715268
Void Linux is neat, a little bare in terms of repositories though.
Manjaro seems like a great choice. Thanks.
>>
anyone know whats up with mandriva linux
>>
what's something mean i can call people who use gnome?
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>>66715626
Gnome is basically a Troll
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>>66714684
>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNOME_Boxes
>Boxes uses the QEMU, KVM, and libvirt virtualisation technologies.
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anyone know how i can make panels semi-transparent in kde? i dont want a new theme. i just want to edit the default breeze dark theme.
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>>66702087
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>>66716083
See >>66702087
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>>66714524
arch + i3 (gaps). may take awhile but you can get a comfy set up.

switch from libre-office to emacs and learn markdown (for short documents) and latex (for documentation preparation), real easy once with good major modes (markdown-mode, auctex, org) and appropiate minor modes (flyspell, flymake, langtool, etc).

but yeah, literally anything.
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>>66702725
Bump
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How can I send files over the local network (i.e. phone to laptop)?

Used to use KDE connect but I use i3 now.
Uploading to internet and emailing too slow. Plugging in phone is less than optimal.

Thinking something on the cli so I can map a ranger shortcut to send to phone, but how to do phone to laptop?
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>>66716441
rsync
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What's the best way to use skype on Linux (majaro)?

The flatpak is buggy as fuck. The AUR barely gets updated. Is there a way to run it in emacs?
>>
>>66716778
Wish it was >69999999.
>>
I really want to switch to Linux, but I can't leave Windows because of vidya and Windows-only softwares, such as the Adobe ones.
What the hell do I do? Dual booting is shit.
>>
Anyone have experience putting linux on a chromebook? I was thinking of getting a shitter chromebook for $50 and using crouton to put linux on it, and then teach myself to code and linux. any thoughts?
>>
>>66717045
running Linux directly is a hassle on most of them because of propriety wifi/gpu drivers and touchpads/keyboards needing specific kernels to work, but crouton is alright. some models you have to open up and remove rubber/tape to get into developer mode and I've heard many messing up their laptop so find one that doesn't need to be opened up. I have a toshiba chromebook 2 and it's a piece of shit, I would never buy one again to run Linux on it.
>>
Does mupdf have a table of contents?

>>66717035
If you can go cold turkey for at least a week. No games, no adobe shit. Go linux full time: IGNORE THE UGLINESS. Windows Metro looks nice (I think) and KDE, GNOME, even i3 look like shit out of the box, but go on unixporn and you can see the good looking shit you can get.
>>
File manager that looks nice and doesn't have a gillion dependencies. I use ranger most of the time, but when looking through movies I like to view as thumbnails (movie poster in the folder). PCmanFM is good but I wish I could customize the side bar and navigation bar to be more like dolphin.
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>>66717668
spacefm is the spiritual continuance of pcmanfm
>>
/run/media/$USER vs /mnt?
>>
How do I change the label of my external hdd? The online reccomended is go to gparted umount and change label but every time I umount gparted keeps "searching of sdc partition"
>>
>>66717809
/media
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>>66717684
This is nice but doesn't have grid thumbnail which is what I want it for.
>>
>>66717949
>right click
>view
>icons
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>>66717968
ah, nice, can it shortern the filename displayed and increase the size of the icons?
>>
>>66713509
you can always use the xorg fbdev driver (aka, run X on the framebuffer)
>>
>>66714524
anything, my main desktop root is 16G in use atm, and i have a ton of stuff on it
>>
The way I have OpenVPN right now requires sudo. Right now I turn on VPN with
sudo su
cd /etc/openvpn/client
openvpn foo.conf

I'd like to write a utility (probably with setuid) so I can do this as a user, and I'd like to pass which config file it should use as an argument.
Is there anything should I do to make sure this utility doesn't create a massive security hole? Or is there some better way I'm completely missing?
>I am the only one who uses this machine, but I'm still a bit scared of exposing attack vectors to nonexistent third parties.
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>>66717853
gparted's partition search can take a bit sometimes, depending on how many disks/partitions you have in your system
you can open gparted like "gparted /dev/sdc" if you want it to only scan sdc's partitions
outside of gparted, it depends on what filesystem you're using, for example, ext* is done with "tune2fs -L newlabel /dev/sdz1"
>>
Where the bloody hell do I put pulseaudio equalizer presets so that they show up in qpaeq? I've put em in ~/.pulse and ~/.config/pulse in both 'presets' and 'equalizer-presets' folders, i just fknnnn
uhhhhhg
>>
>>66718300
try "lsof -p $(pidof qpaeq)" to see what files it has open
>>
>>66718334
Nothing related to anything that looks like a preset
>>
I have just installed Arch and installed nvidia drivers through pacman. Watching 4K 60fps on windows easily as it should be with a GTX1060. On Arch, it stutters terribly.
Am I too fucking dumb or is it nvidia's proprietary shit?
>>
>>66718378
hmm, looks like pulseaudio-equalizer might be deprecated soon
perhaps try pulseeffects instead
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>>66718485
Yeah, that was my next step.. ok, fuck this thing then.
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>>66718543
speaking of, looks like pulseeffects integrated a bunch of calf plugins since last i looked
perhaps i can drop my janky alsa > jack > pulse setup, which i did so i could use calf
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>>66718469
nvidia a shit
>>
>>66701925

No clue. I don't know why there's so much hype around this fat bastard.
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Well my Antergos install froze again. Can't access the terminal from the function keys and the magic sysrq doesn't work either, everything is completely locked up. It seems to only freeze after waking up from hibernation when I shut the laptop, sometimes hours later, but only after hibernating. Where would this issue be recorded logwise? Should I just back up and reinstall? I have to reinstall every two years or so, the freezing issue always seems to pop up again.
>>
>>66719103
actually I should have said suspend, not hibernate
>>
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Babbies_First_Linux#Sabayon_Linux

what's wrong with sabayon?
>>
>>66701440
Yeah, I did that a while back and got it working.

>>66699678
>>66699768
Although, I was being retarded with the sysrescuecd. Turns out nmtui DID find the wireless networks in the end, I just couldn't get wpa_supplicant to do it. I'm guessing because the bootflag for 'no network manager' isn't working they fucked each other up.

But I'm pretty sure sysrescd had the drivers I needed all along. I had to install them to Funtoo separately though.
>>
Why is ncmpcpp such a bitch?

Pretty sure my mpd.conf is correct. Still connection refused in that hoe ass shit program.

ncmpcpp config, the short version:

ncmpcpp_directory = ~/.ncmpcpp
mpd_host = 127.0.0.1
mpd_port = 6600
mpd_music_dir = ~/Musikk

mpd.conf, the short version:

music_directory "~/Musikk"
playlist_directory "~/.config/mpd/playlists"
db_file "~/.mpd/database"
log_file "syslog"

bind_to_address "127.0.0.1"
port "6600"

Is this not correct, or am I missing something?
>>
>>66699678
>>66719872
>old laptop
this reminds me, i have an ancient thinkpad that requires wpa_supplicant to be started with "-D wext"

nmtui seemed to do it automatically which confused me

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Wpa_supplicant#nl80211_driver_not_supported_on_some_hardware
>>
>>66719907
Also when I run mpd command it doesn't seem to start at all because if I try to do killall mpd it says no such process.

Why is this such a fucking hassle every fucking time?
>>
>>66719907
are they both running as the same user?
also, are you certain both will expand "~"?
keep in mind "~" expands to the home directory of the user that ran that program, daemons often run under their own user, not your own
and not all programs will expand ~, you may need to write it out in full
>>
>>66720000
kys
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>>66720046
Sure is friendly in here.
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>>66720019
I now have copied my config files from my debian drive to my manjaro drive (the one I am using now). A config known to work. Still the same. Is manjaro a piece of shit?
>>
>>66720046
>>66720088
shit, wrong thread and wrong message
sorry m8
>>
>>66720133
that's doesn't answer my questions
>>
>>66720141
I got it working now. Just had to copy EVERYTHING in my ncmpcpp and mpd folder.

To anwer your question; I used ~/ in debian too.
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>>66720137
I think you might have too many tabs open
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>>66709106
and it never works the first time

ps. where's the machine learning bot that can put logos on wojak's cap easily?
>2018
>>
>>66720162
yes but ~ is short for /home/$user/
so if your debian username is jack
and manjaro username is fag
you end in the wrong directory
>>
I need your help bros.
Just started transitioning from Win10 to Ubuntu. I have three drives, two of which I have used under Windows before. When I'm using Linux, I can't edit, move or delete files on them because I don't seem to have the necessary permissions. I'm an admin on both systems so I don't know what to do.
What's causing this and how do I change it?
>>
>>66720550
do you have ntfs-3g installed?
if not, you might have them mounted using the in-kernel ntfs driver, which last i checked defaults to read-only, since it has unstable write support
you want to use ntfs-3g for (stable) write support
>>
>>66720550
Are you sure you actually have the permissions to edit the files? Who is the owner of those files and what permissions do those files have (on your Ubuntu).
Just being 'admin' will not really let you change shit.
>>
my system tells me it's using 'radeonfb' but has 'radeon' available
how/should I switch it? I can't get xorg to work..

this is on my funtoo system, and I'm pretty clueless
>>
>>66720930
actually, I misread it. forget about it.
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>>66720550
could be windows 10 messing with it, I believe if you choose reboot in windows 10 it puts the harddrive in a resting state with read-only. might even do it when shutting down in the latest windows 10 patch because it hibernates instead of actually shutting down, there's some cmd command to completely turn it off.
>>
>>66721511
>>66720550
>>66720615
oh yea, forgot about that
if the volume is in a hibernated state (which indeed windows 10's "fast boot" mode uses), then ntfs-3g will not mount with write enabled automatically, as that will break the hibernated state
if that is the case (if you try to mount with "mount" in a terminal, it should tell you), then you must either;
- restore from hibernate and shutdown (if hibernated)
- reboot or disable fast boot then shutdown (if shutdown with fast boot enabled)
- clear the hibernated state from in linux by mounting with the "remove_hiberfile" option (note that this will break your hibernated state, and is equivalent to a dirty power loss, meaning you might lose data this way! only do this if you need to)
>>
what could be the problem, what when im in fullscreen mode in a firefox with bspwm, i can't put my cursor up top for tabs bar to go down?
Screen flickers a bit and cursor immediately goes to the middle of the screen.
>>
also is there a way to make firefox go fullscreen but not like fullscreen as in take whole laptop screen space, but become fullscreen and take up all of the tiled window space?
>>
>>66716810
Stop using malware.
>>
>>66702725
>>66716191
Found the solution. It's
bindkey "^[[A" history-beginning-search-backward
bindkey "^[[B" history-beginning-search-forward
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Is picrelated good for a daily driver?

Looking to switch from my bloated noobuntu that got filled with useless and broken installs from my past mistakes while learning linux.
>>
is there a way to grep or wget the content of a raw text file I can read on a website? I don't need the file itself, just its content and paste it in the terminal
>>
>>66718469
It's me again. Apparently, there are no browser that supports hw acceleration on linux, only some workarounds for intel hd graphics. I can't watch a youtube video without high cpu usage and stuttering. People suggest to use mpv+youtube-dl.
wow, no wonder why linux will never take off.
>>
I am getting massive tearing with i3 and Compton when a second monitor is connected. Most of the time disconnecting it will restore the primary monitor's functionality. Except when it doesn't. Would switching to xcompmgr resolve this so I can still get transparency?
>>
any /g/uru here ?

I got a bunch of CSV files and I would like to modify one specific files (I know the column and row of it).
How would you modify it ? (it's to add a few characters on it).
I was trying to accomplish that with awk but I only found out how to modify every row of my file and not whatever the line I want.
Maybe there's an easier way ?
>>
>>66722010
It's a mistake to consider Alpine as a daily driver. It's minimal, but it's primary use is in embedded systems you don't use interactivity. If you want a minimal distro, get a Debian netinstall or Arch. That way you can easily put together a distro with only the stuff you need.
>>
>>66722053
Yes.
>>66723019
Don't forget Gentoo.
>>
>>66722053
$ wget www.url.to/text/file.txt -O - |grep -i interracial
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>>66722765
file_content = os.listdir("files")  //this is the folder with shit you target
os.chdir("files")
file_content.sort()
file_content.remove('.gitkeep')
file_content.remove('processed')

for file in file_content:

dataframe = pd.readcsv(file)
dataframe.iloc[row_number][col_number]
dataframe.to_csv(file)

Do it with some dummy files first so you dont break shit
>>
>>66722053
Post example, I love shell puzzles.
>>
>>66723107
Obviously without
>file_content.remove('.gitkeep')
>file_content.remove('processed')

I just copy-pasted that from a script I had at hand
>>
Guys can i get some help.

I was trying to get my graphics tablet to show up under the graphics tablet applet and the recommended method seemed to be updating libwacom and associated packages, so i did this. Then my systems settings dissapeared and everything looked slightly off. So i restarted my computer and now after ive decrypted my disk my mouse and keyboard dont work. But my graphics tablet does.... So i have no way to log in or do anything.im on debian 9, please help
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>>66717994
>what are preferences
Did you even look at the settings?
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>>66722765
sed -i '3s/.*/worked/' test

3 is the line number, test is the file
worked is what you replace with

what do you want to do with it?
sed -i '3s/.*/&worked/' test

will replace line num3 with whatever was on it +"worked"

you shoulda googled this man
>>
What is the best distro?
>>
>>66723331
Source Mage GNU/Linux
>>
>>66723331
the one which suits your needs most
>>
I'm doing
sudo zypper dup --no-recommend --no-allow-vendor-change
on openSUSE Tumbleweed. It gives me following:
Problem: problem with installed package ffmpeg-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
Solution 1: Following actions will be done:
keep obsolete ffmpeg-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
keep obsolete libavcodec58-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
keep obsolete libavdevice58-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
keep obsolete libavfilter7-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
keep obsolete libavformat58-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
keep obsolete libavresample4-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
keep obsolete libavutil56-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
keep obsolete libpostproc55-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
keep obsolete libswresample3-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
keep obsolete libswscale5-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64
Solution 2: deinstallation of ffmpeg-4.0.1-3.3.x86_64

What do I pick? What do I break by removing ffmpeg?
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>>66723290
I tried booting into recovery and this is all i get. Unplugging and plugging usb devices seems to do something at least
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>>66723107
>implying he doesn't have a spark cluster to handle his csv files
you're wasting his time

Now if I still remembered spark I'd post some code here
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>>66723331
anything that doesn't take all fucking night to compile Xorg and still not be done
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>>66723066
I'll give it a try
>>66723109
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OhGodACompany/OhGodAnETHlargementPill/master/prescription.txt
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>>66723066
adding --quiet solved my issue. this is exactly what I wanted
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>>66723393
Please somebody help. I am new to this.
If my version of ffmpeg is obsolete, why don't they give me a newer one?
And if there is no better version, then why is mine called obsolete?
I'm failing to grasp how the only two options can be "keep obsolete package" and "keep no package at all".
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>>66723724
there's probably not many people itt who'd be familiar with that, since opensuse isn't terribly popular, and this is very opensuse-specific, since it deals with it's package manager
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>>66723724
Looks like one of the packages were updates while others from that set were not yet. I recommend choosing option 1 then wait maybe a day till the others get updates.
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>>66723442
>>66723290
Ok so far im into the terminal and ive set up my wireless network, does anyone know how i can fix this now? Is there a way to scan for packages i need?
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What is the best linux without gnu?
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>>66723833
Linux
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>>66723833
BSD
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>>66723833
3edgy5me
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>>66723833
Why would you want Linux without GNU? Are you autistic?
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>>66723833
dumb (YOU ) miners
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>>66723766
>>66723790
OK, did Solution 1 and will see in a few days with the next upgrade.
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Should I switch to zsh?
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>>66723901
Why asking others?
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>>66723833
Alpine
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Happy new thread everyone.
>>66723914
>>66723914
>>66723914
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>>66723932
Alpine isn't Linux. It's a distribution.
And when you actually try to use it, you're back in GNU land anyway.
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ey /g/ais
Archfag here, I tried to extensively search for ways to install libc++ but still fuck it up during tests. I managed to install it using terminal and using the "--nocheck" maneuver from a site. Now I forgot what the command looked like and where the site was.

Now i'm updating it and of course the fucker is being tested again, I'm trying to update/re-installing it with the "--nocheck" again but i lost the site that displayed the correct command. So each site i'm searching the solution for just says "use --nocheck" NO SHIT, HOW DO I USE THAT IN THE TERMINAL. was it:

pacman -S libc++ --nocheck

pacman -S --nocheck libc++

I'm an idiot.
help a /g/uy out /g/ thanks.

pic not related
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>>66724110
https://www.archlinux.org/pacman/makepkg.8.html
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>>66724110
It's not officially supported?




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