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Reminder Android is for poo in loos. IOS is for white people.
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>>71898954
Reminder that smartphones are for shart in marts. Wireless dumb phones are for thin and fit people
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>>71898954
>BBBUT MACTODDLERS BTFO NONONONOOO NONOOOOO

Reminder Android is for poo in loos. IOS is for white people.

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Are curved monitors better for general use or it's just a gaymer meme?
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I have one at work.
It’s fine. I dunno, wouldn’t say it’s better or worse than flat. Wasn’t a factor when I was selecting it either, most wide monitors are curved nowadats.
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The samshit f791 looks decent.
Has anyone used it?
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>>71897820
Yes it's better than all the a- korean monitors I've owned
kind of shit how I no longer need a second monitor even though I've always had em, especially at the price the arms always are
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>>71897388
Yeah, in your mouth
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I was going to make a thread but someone already did with the same image.

Do straight lines appear bent on curved monitors? I need an ultrawide for side by side document/image comparisons for work

Okay FreeBSD desktop users, red pill me on your experiences. I’m an Arch user who’s considering making the switch mostly because of zfs.
How long does it take to get a usable desktop up-and-running? I have a compatible laptop so I’m not too worried about hardware support.
How is printer support?
How is performance?
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>>71898662
Actually, Hulu may work, the EFF only lists Netflix and Spotify: https://www.defectivebydesign.org/guide/worst-offenders
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>>71898288
>mostly because of ZFS
ZFS is better under arch at the moment bro. Just use the arch-zfs repo and the dkms packages. 0.8 even has encryption. If you wanted any of the other benefits FreeBSD is a "easier" operating system with some benefits like devs who actually run their maintained software in production and therefore know whats wrong but a part from that install the archzfs repo.
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Does soulseek work on freebsd
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>>71898844
Why wouldn't it?
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>>71899005
Like, is there a working client is what i’m asking

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No u
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>>71898965
you need to read the wiki line by line to install arch. reading is too much for niggers.

i don't use arch btw
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>>71898999
arch and reading are for niggers.

i use arch btw

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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) Do not 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: Please spend at least a minute to check a web search engine with your question.

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>>71898834
Linux can be installed to 16gb flash drives without much worry, arch linux in particular can install to 8gb if you don't want a full fat experience. It's not easy to fuck up but it's not easy to implement under Arch, so the steps involved (wiping disks) can be done to your win install by mistake very easily. Install a modern Debian distro via it's installer script if this is your first Linux distro, take a look at how it does certain things like system management with systemd then try your hand at Arch. It's install is tedious but not hard, but after that you are left in the wide ocean of Linux without a gui and with a lot that can go wrong due to lack of knowledge.
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>>71898834
You'll have to read the Arch install guide/wiki and type out a bunch of tedious commands. Instead, you can install Manjaro with the desktop of your choice. Or choose a stable distro based on Ubuntu LTS or Debian stable.
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>>71898834
>Is it easy fuck up
sure just pick the wrong partition to install on
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>>71898832
Debian has become the defacto target framework for most software development, it's package list is extreme and that's not including the hackery you can perform to get it's descendants software to run in house. And unlike it's descendants who's projects basically *have* to use a single DE for common development reasons its installer lets you pick some common ones but ultimately its built to run any way you want. It's community is onions as all hell so if you want you may wish to visit Ubuntu forums for support but for the most part it's the most foolproof linux I have used. Hence still using it.
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>>71898885
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.

Let's discuss decentralized social media. Mastodon, Pleroma, Peertube, and rest of the Fediverse. What instances are you using?
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>>71898645
gab is a cringe company though
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>>71898701
well you said major, and their the most active instance
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>>71898645
gab is the largest mastadon instance, according to their directory.

I just joined a few instances yesterday and holy shit. I always thought people on 4chan heavily exaggerated the amount of trannies and furries online but these mainstream mastadon instances are magnets for them. It's like you have to choose. Do you want to be on a server with 90% unironic nazis or a server filled with furry avatars larping as animals. There's no inbetween.
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>>71898558
It's great never the less.
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>>71898973
Or, the patrician option: be in a server with just yourself, and only follow people who aren't retards

Friendly reminder to sit straight.
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>>71896758
I approve this message.
Source: PGY1 dermatology resident in Canada
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thanks doc
>>71898491
because the heart already has a very important job of enabling your shitposts
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Im pre sure I have kyphoscoliosis
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>>71896493
A few months of physiotherapy could fix this.
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>>71896493
Reminder that you do not get scoliosis because of prolonged sitting. At an young age it's idiopathic, if you're older (maybe 68+) your spine might go down the drain because of the obvious weakening of your body, it it's not already severely damaged from wagecucking.

What you do get from prolonged sitting is the weakening of your muscles. The result is more pressure on your spinal cord because something needs to hold that big head of yours and that leads to damage to your vertebrae.

It's the equivalent of a car accident. It cracks resulting in nerve injury and the worst case is you'll lose feeling in your penis, but you don't use that one so who gives a shit.

For example, if you are not actively working out to strengthen it, your neck is most likely weak as shit. You don't feel it because you're young, but it will eventually get you. I had a minor neck injury and I had trouble sitting in front of the PC for a while until I strengthened that whole area.

There's no real solution though. Time will get you. Best practice is to mix sitting and standing up while working, ergonomic chairs, not sitting in an unnatural angle and an active lifestyle after work, so no binge like Londonfrog.

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>tfw downloading a 2,5GB big file takes 4 hours
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1.4mbps faggot here. Internet in Germany fucking sucks.
I'm not even that rural.
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>>71896387
Hey we have more than corn. We have Indiana Jones!
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>>71895059
enjoy your fast internet
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>>71894627
>>what are you fucking broke?

How to recognize poor retard with complexes from childhood

>The post
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>>71894943
Wtf Ausbro

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have you written a raytracer for dos using vga graphics and modern c++ today?
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>>71898907
>You need to show a citation
Do you have autism? "wageslavery" is a colloquial term, it means whatever the fuck I want it to mean, and I say if you trade your time for money doing something you don't like, you are a wageslave
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>>71898964
BTFO
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>>71898964
>"wageslavery" is a colloquial term
>it means whatever the fuck I want it to mean
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the lack of refutation is gripping
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>>71898990
That's right
In the same vein I can call you autistic, even though you may have not been formally diagnosed yet

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the end for this garbage is nigh.
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>>71898845
No
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>>71897601
easier to store, some scooters are modular
>you just need to unscrew 2 bolts
lmaoing at your life
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>>71896891
>it's the "i don't like that shit so i smash other people's property without thinking of possible consequences" thread again
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>>71896891
Why are only Asians capable of making this work?
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>>71898935
>its ok for corporations to litter
Kys polcuck

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Reminder Android is for poo in loos. IOS is for white people.

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It's not fair bros... this was supposed to become the most popular distro
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Budgie is quite nice.

I'm not into gaming so it's not my cup of tea but's a good distro with a nice UI.
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Their forum is absolute shit.
>Try to boot from USB on laptop that is comparable with Solus according to their documentation
>Shit won’t boot at all, just a flickering cursor appears on screen
>Ask the forums
>Barely any responses, dead as fuck
>BoOt iN lEgAcY mOdE
>My laptop can only boot in legacy mode
>ArE yOu UsInG tHe cOrReCt UsB pOrT?

Garbage forum.
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rip antergos
it will live on (reborn os fork joined forces with antergos community)
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>>71897471
>mpd fags
Buy your music and run cmus like a real man twinkboy.
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>>71897505
its hardly the first time this has happened with distros that continued. didn't something similar happen with void?

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Based puffed Apu editon.

>Downloads
https://www.freebsd.org/where.html
https://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq4.html#Download
https://www.netbsd.org/releases/
https://hardenedbsd.org/
http://www.ghostbsd.org/download
https://www.trueos.org/downloads/
https://www.dragonflybsd.org/download/


>Information
OpenBSD FAQ: https://www.openbsd.org/faq/
FreeBSD Handbook: https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/

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>>71891877
In what ways is it better than Linux in a programming environment?

Also, which is better: FreeBSD or OpenBSD?
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please no wanblows and loonux BTFO replies.

What's the difference between BSD and any regular linux distro? What (if anything) makes it better/worse?
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>>71898660
Unfortunately all operating systems balance the "what it is designed for and what the user wants out of it". I say unfortunately for two reasons; one is because it means the operating system never reaches full potential and two because you're not gonna like where OpenBSD sits on that scale. OpenBSD is very much a "ourway or the highway" style of operating system, they dropped 32bit support in such a way very early on because the dev team just didn't want to spend the next 10 years developing subpar 32bit/64bit compatibility and wanted either good coded 32bit practices OR good coded 64bit practices. Everything to do with OpenBSD development is about being the best, sometimes that means being modern or user friendly, most of the time it means building httpd/libressl from scratch and telling people who still want to run sshv1 to fuck right off. If you want to like OpenBSD, read then re-read their faq, if you're thinking "this has nothing to do with what I want from OpenBSD" you either make what you want from openbsd as a dev or run for the hills. It doesn't get easier, you just need to get better at C libraries.
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I don't give a shit about BSD. Not a single shit!
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>>71898557
>it's behind openbsd in gpu support and doesn't have the amdgpu driver yet
It's in current for many cards. Also, I thought the OpenBSD devs said they were never going to implement AMDGPU because it was too big? Maybe they changed it, but I do know that OpenBSD will never have WINE by design, and that's a dealbreaker for me.


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