The original one is "Debian" which makes more sense because it rhymes, but I don't have it saved
Is there a linux mint wallpaper?
>>2107170heres the real arch one
>>2108151>>2107589sorry this one
>>2108152last one i have
I wish there was more of these.
>>2108148What do they have to do with Os?
>>2109292OS as in Operating System, and those are all based on linux distros
>>2107161any for Kali/Backbox/Gentoo/Pentoo?
>>2109305I am positive there is no Azusa Linux because I would already have it if there were.
>>2110813we need more anime Linux papers
>>2110871Yes please. Post some.
Anyone have any void-linux wallpapers?
>>2113571simplicity doesn't imply system for users too stupid to own a computer, you get a simple framework to build upon, not a convoluted mess of flesh and concrete where you have to play with specialized tools to change anything to your needsremove the systemd though
>>2110871yessomeone should make one for parrotplease and thank you
>>2113571it's simple for its devs and users actually. But the fact that they don't patch a thing makes it harder to automate updates since things on upstream often are experimental.I've yet to see a use case for arch to be honest. I'm okay on debian even though is more complex
Is Linux pretty good? Also what would be a good distro?I'm not very familiar with it, but I wouldn't be opposed to switching if I can get it to run Windows apps.I'd contribute wallpapers or make OC, but I'm not really sure what to make.
>>2114479>Is Linux pretty good?Completely depends on your use case. Fundamentally, a Unix-like OS is much more lightweight than Windows because there's no spyware running in the background 24/7, and it's going to contain much less bugs as it's open source, among many other aspects.>Also what would be a good distro?For starters, Ubuntu or Mint - if you like the Windows desktop experience - are great. They supply you with plenty of GUI so there's zero reason to use the terminal. Of course, they have their downfalls which is primarily why many advanced users move on to advanced distros.>I wouldn't be opposed to switching if I can get it to run Windows apps.One of the concepts that must be ingrained when migrating to Linux from Windows is that it is *not* Windows. If you're too stubborn to use programs that are only compatible with Windows, stick with Windows unless you can be assured that they can be run well on top of a compatibility layer on Linux (Proton, WINE, etc.)>I'm not really sure what to make.That's okay; take your time.
>>2114501I messed around with a liveboot version of Linux Mint for a while. It's pretty nice.If I can get a few particular apps to run I think I would switch to it. Since my PC is mainly for recreation, I need to get Steam, Adobe CC(Photoshop), and Waifu2x to run. I don't think any of those will be a problem, although some Steam games may be. Perhaps dualboot is the way to go?I've been lazy about OC, but this thread needed a bump.
>>2114958If you have the option to dual-boot, that's a great way to get started. I only keep a windows installation in case i ever want to play vidya now. Which is very rarely because it's annoying to boot over, which in turn has increased my productivity.
>>2113571it's simple alright, just as one plus one is simple.but if somebody doesn't know how computers function or doesn't know mathematics, either is infinitely obscure.anything is obvious once you understand it, and that is what's simple and attractive about arch.it does not, however, mean simple as in "actively guided". for me this is also largely why i like linux altogether. on the opposite end you have windows, which, learn it all you want, it will work just as bad/good as when you didn't understand a single bit about it. or even mac, which at least gets the "actively guided" part right (though i haven't used mac a lot, so i can't speak so much for it).>>2113647for another example of complexity, this post is really good. it is actually more struggle (in most situations) for me to unravel something bloated than it is to build it up from something less.>>2113701my use case for it (though this obviously wouldn't be arch exclusive), is when i have old hardware that i need to get up and running in short time. arch with a lightweight window manager and such, my own preferred browser, so it uses the absolute minimum of resources.
>>2114479>>2115106to repeat what i said about learning the system, to me linux is "pretty good" because once i became more comfortable with using it, the system works more hand in hand. whereas to me, windows is just as bad despite me using it for a long time and my experience with it has no improved my ability to use it by much. i guess you could call linux lower level
>>2114479you can run linux from windows if you have 10go ahead and check the store for linux. try ubuntu.i will say that with windows, fixing something is going through 10-20 windows and trying to find a settingwith linux it's 10 min of research and a command line. i'm posting this from my debian hacktop. PS Make hackergirl wallpapers with kali linux logos
>>2115348I've been busy with work but I think I'll to try to get dualboot working for Linux Mint sometime this weekend. Is there a reason I should use Ubuntu instead? I need Steam and Adobe CC(Photoshop) to work at the very least.Not sure what I'll make for OC. I'm not very good at it, but I think I can make something decent.
I got dual boot working for Mint, and got everything up to date. It seems I'm having issues changing the resolution to 3840x2160. There may be something wrong with my driver. I'm not really sure where to start, unfortunately. This will definitely take some getting used to.In any case, tell me what distros you all use and why.
>>2115810mainly use debian, sometimes arch, use puppy linux a lot for booting from ram since it oddly seems to work with any laptops wifi drivers i put it on, before debian used to use mint
anyone got any manjaro wallpapers?
>>2115810I use Mint Xfce because I find Xfce to be the best DE (other than KDE) and because it's literally the only good Xfce distro.
>>2112465bamp for void-tan>no systemd>certain bleeding-edge aur shit ported to package manager>painless minimal install>wpa_supplicant always just werksIf only void had a qt anime waifu and the DANK kernal it would be the perfect distro
ME!ME!Mint!Probs sucks but first time trying something like this
>>2116795If void was as bleeding-edge as arch, it'd be perfect. I've installed packages in void but they're usually a couple of updates behind arch, so some of the essential features weren't existent yet.
>>2114966lol same. i dual boot just for vidya and my steam hours have turned 1/8th what it used to be
>>2113571From a technical standpoint, yes, it is simple. From a user standopoint, it is complex af>>2114479>Is Linux pretty good? Also what would be a good distro?Depends on your use cases. Debian and it's derivatives like Mint or Ubuntu are good starting points. Manjaro is too but it's based on Arch, which makes it sometimes tricky>I'm not very familiar with it, but I wouldn't be opposed to switching if I can get it to run Windows apps.I'm gonna cut you /g/'s usual rant on proprietary software and free software, let's say some things simply do not exist on linux, but there are alternatives. e.g: photoshop and Krita.Steam and some games are on Linux tho, which might make Linux more relevant for everyone>I'd contribute wallpapers or make OC, but I'm not really sure what to make.it's ok, do as you want
arch probably has the ugliest logo out the bunch but is still my favorite.I was a Debian user for the longest time but eventually switched to arch for Pacman and aur.fuck, pacman is so much faster.
>>2117890How is pacman faster considering they're both just terminal commands? I've never used apt-get before.
>>2117968maybe something was wrong with my debian installation but apt-get was slow getting/updating the packages from my sources.listmaybe i just had too many sources idk
>>2116040People that want torture and madness?
>>2115810Kali because I'm doing sec workParrot for daily driverAlso termux on my phone if you want to do one of those
>>2119826Kali is overrated.
>>2120930Why? It's quite convenient
>>2115522Don't use Windows Subsystem for Linux. It fucking sucks and doesn't provide an accurate Linux experience.
>>2121254As someone whose still has a lot to learn about Linux, could you elaborate?
>>2121302It only provides a CLI that can run many Linux applications. (Granted, if they're CLI applications, X11 implementations on Windows are pretty shite) It's quite useful for developers on Windows who just wanna use bash and use some GNU utils every once and awhile, but it really has no other use than that. To get a proper Linux experience, especially as a noob, install a distro as a dual boot or try one in a VM.
>>2121245to be fair, parrot can be used as a daily driverkali is like a katana - it has one purposeparrot is more like a broadsword - when you're done cutting scrubs you can cut wood.
Any love for parabola?
>>2122829No but i made a crappy one for void
I also made one for gentoo >>2116821Hey, i know you from 8ch! Hi
>>2123319shit but I love it
>>2124082Post more gentoo stuff, anon. I love this pape!
>>2124817yeah the logo is kinda too big>>2124833tank you, will do when i find the time to
>>2121302>>2121431WSL is a compatibility layer that enables programs created for Linux to run on Windows - that means that there is absolutely no Linux (the glorious kernel) when you use WSL. Linux is so technically superior to Windows and has better performance, security, and anything else basically. Plus, you're still using Windows 10 with built-in spyware features, bloatware, malware... Having GNU/Linux isn't about having access to its userland software, but actually running the system itself.
Is there anything for kubuntu?
>>2107161IN MY ENTITLED NERD RAGE I DEMAND PEOPLE MAKE HOT BIRDGIRL WALLPAPES FOR PARROT OS
>>2127369>birdgirlPlease elaborate. Best match would be Filo, from Shield Hero
>>2127369this request is so autistic, i love it
>>2130766based and birdpilled
Anything for Xubuntu?
I know that here is not /r/ but there is some fedora ones?
>>2108147I thought that was Gentoo?
made this one a second ago
>>2130766i was kinda hoping for something more lewdand any bird girl will do. even the traitor from justice leauge
sup 4chhave you wallpaper with Astra Linux?[spoiler]with love from russia[/spoiler]
>>2133699Less lewd one would be great
>>2133942I could make some. Do you actually use Astra Linux? Interesting distro, never heard about it before.
>>2114958proton works with almost any game nowadays (gta 5 runs flawlessly for example) but you should expect a 5-10% frame drop depending on your hardware of course.some folks on /g/ posted a wine prefix to run photoshop so i guess that works too.
Here lads,I'm a noob and use Solus. Where's the Solus wallpapers?
>>2134133yep this Russian distr
>>2134616Okay, I had completely forgotten about this but here are a couple wallpapers I just made.
>>2134705Larger versionI don't like this one very much. It's surprisingly hard to find any art of Katyusha that's SFW, good quality and big enough to go on a wallpaper.
>>2134706A more minimalistic, dark wallpaper with Sanya from Strike Witches.
>>2134707>minimalisticMaybe monochrome is a better way to describe it.
>>2134705thx. set up in workstation
We need more Manjaro papes, fellas.
>>2134727thank you. it's everything my nerd rage dreamed of. please take this photo of re-l mayer.
Anyone got Bodhi Linux?
I want to try Pop!_OS but the lack of anime girl wallpaper is preventing me.
>>2136148pop sucks do debian instead