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>>88022797
have a bump
lets see where this is going
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>>88022797
It just works. I switched to KDE the other day and I thought I would have problems.
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>>88022797
It literally just works.
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>>88022797
bump
someone sell me into flatpak
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I like appimages better.
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>>88023161
the entire concept of appimages is broken and unworkable
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>>88023167
>the entire concept of appimages is broken and unworkable
I don't get it pleas explain.
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>>88023161
./Neptune.Installer-x86_64.AppImage ./Neptune.Installer-x86_64.AppImage: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.34' not found (required by ./Neptune.Installer-x86_64.AppImage)
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>>88023193
appimage assumes there is a base system common to all linux distros, when there is no such thing, nor has there ever been any such thing, nor is it ever possible to create that
also see here >>88023245
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>>88022797
echo $evilscript >> ~/.bashrc


there your sandbox is now useless
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>>88023962
You know you can control what folders the app has access to, right?
Of course not all of them does it the right way but you can control it, so it's still better than native app we're you have no control for this.
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>>88023962
How do you emulate this on non-flatpak legacy tranny package manager?
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I love BOTH appimages and flatpacks. Most things I download are one or the other.
The only one I hate is Snaps, which is ironic since I do use Kubuntu
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>>88023245
I have literally never had this happen. Every single appimage I've ever used has just werked
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>>88024205
because you use a supported system
on unsupported systems appimages are just worse than flatpaks, they solve nothing
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>>88024205
>upgrade ubuntu
>every single appimage is broken
>fuse is missing
>check for fuse in system
>it exists
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>...for a veeeeeeeeeeeeeery... looooooooooooooooooooooong... loading... timeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
indeed
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Why is a simple .jpg screenshot 1.1MB though? Is there a flatpak to fix that for you op?
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>>88024229
100%
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flatpak is ok, definitely better than having no programs or them being outdated. it's nice that it eliminates the need to have multiple packages for each distro. also means the distros have to be better/stand out more because people will chose them based not just on the available packages

overall it's definitely a step in the right direction. we just need to get rid of gnome and poettering next
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>>88024220
I use kubuntu and I still have never had this happen.
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>>88024258
based
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>>88024222
Every flatpack and appimage I've ever loaded takes no more then about 1 second to load. The fuck do you have for a PC?
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>>88024258
What does this use internally? Optipng, mozjpeg, that sort of thing?
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So, objectively, there is no reason to use anything but Debian stable + flatpaks now
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>>88024614
Optipng
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>>88024635
Basically.
Its now kind of like Windows (7 and older) in that you can have a predictable stable core OS with predictable libraries and load it up with newer applications that will carry their own libs if/when needed.
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bump
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Used to hate any shit like flatpak/snap/etc. Now I fucking install every single thing I can using flatpak and only install things that aren't available in flatpak "normally" (package manager).

Flatpak has won Linux.
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I like Flatpak.
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>>88024151
firejail, or MAC (SELinux or Apparmor)
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>>88027718
None of these are built into apt/dnf. SELinux and Apparmor are not even distro agnostic (Apparmor breaks outside ubuntu).
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>>88022797
I use flatpak on my nix system for botnet applications like zoom, or applications that dont play nice with how nix does things. It Just works.
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>>88027728
>None of these are built into apt/dnf.
It's not the job of a package manager to do sandboxing or access control.
Next thing you're going to say "apt/dnf don't send emails!" No shit.
Do one thing and do it well.
>Apparmor are not even distro agnostic (Apparmor breaks outside ubuntu).
It's built into the kernel you fucking retard.
It is 100% distro agnostic.
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>>88028672
>hurr durr not the package managers job
So how the fuck are you going to get a dashboard of apps to allow/disallow access nigger? list 500 items in /usr/bin?
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>N-no, you d-don't understand, I NEED sandboxing
This is how Linux dies.
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>>88023245
>version `GLIBC_2.34' not found
let me guess...
void?
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>>88029718
OpenSUSE
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>>88022797
I like flatpaks as a concept aren't they kinda bloated?
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>>88024306
Holy based
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>>88029834
Not from the usage you get out of it
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>>88024635
stablechads always win



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