What things you do first when freshly installed os?
Error: The package "common-sense-2.0" exist in the package list but cannot be located. That probably mean you need to upgrade your package list or that the package you're looking for doesn't exist anymore
Install wine + office 2010 (libreoffice usually comes pre installed)
Install seamonkey, pidgin, multimedia software
Configure email client accounts
install gnome drop down terminal
create alacarte entries for a few programs
update && upgrade
install other applicaitons i need
install LAMP stack
change ssh password
disable root login (only can be su'd into)
i think thats about it
>yo, check my sick beets @ youtube mane, subscribe and like gnome sayin'?
>Update Windows 10
>Remove unnecessary bloat if possible
>Burn it to CD
>Insert Arch CD
>Go to BIOS
>Change Boot Sequence
>Boot up Arch CD
>Proceed to install Arch as a secondary OS
are you a dj also, mc tikka-masala?
u get poo-sies wet with them sick beats??
i don't even remember last time i've installed OS
Now when i think about it, i used to make CDs for every windows with drivers/essentials. Then one day i installed debian, fucked it up few times and in the end learned linux well enough to not fuck it up. Works up to this day.
Download everything i need from private tracker (like photoshop ,office , games that i didnt finish on previous os ,i keep the savings on cloud)
Watch a film , wanking , whatever
something that can go corrupt, get stolen
you can lose it, forget to bring it
a password and sshguard/fail2ban is objectively way better unless you always log in from the same client
>doesnt use protools
what a fucking waste of money
UI is nothing like FLS and I have several years worth of FLS project files so no point switching DAWs unless there is some worthwhile benefit to using some buggy linux shit.
oh lawd not this autism again.
unless you are running a server or doing some developer shit there is no point to using linux. its just a huge compromise for the sake of making some statement about freedoms.
>hurrr hurrr my linooox can also be a DAW, check out this garbage software and work around drivers that only exist to do a half assed job of proving something!!!
I messed with it a few years ago when I had a linux phase but its got noticeably less features. LMMS and FLS look like DAWs the same way VLC and MPC both look like media players.
technically speaking my torrent client is qb
if by convenience you mean more compatibility, better selection of DAW/editing software that doesnt suck, compatibility with projects ive spent countless hours on, and all around less hassles then so be it.
cant even run keygens for some of my older VST plugins without having to fuck with WINE.
ayyyy i should just use sample packs for everything!
are you really blaming the tools for your own incompetence?
Wow, I can see you know a thing or two about vst's.
How about you help a /g/arlic out and name some good linux alternatives to Harmor or sytrus?
I am impatiently waiting for your response, friend! :^)
This causes more problems though, yeah sure you can save like 3GBs or something but if you try to install some other useless shit it won't work properly because it relies on the stuff that you just deleted.
#1. Uninstall crap I don't use, eg. RhythmBox, Transmission, Pidgin, etc.
#2. sudo apt-get update
#3. Install crap I DO use, eg. Vuze, Audacious, Handbrake, etc.
#4. Install proprietary graphics drivers when applicable (eg. AMD Catalyst)
#5. Rice, eg. customize the compiz config, set up protocol handling for magnet links from the browser, etc.
That's about it, but obviously there's extra software I've not bothered to list here for both steps 1 & 3.
Vuze has a much richer feature set. It's more like removing your Fischer-Price tricycle and installing an F-16 fighter jet.
You're probably not aware of this, but Linux version of Vuze doesn't come bundled with crapware like the Windows version, and you can select the older-style UI.
>select chrome, vlc, winrar, steam, PDF reader
Does it support the following;
- Proxied tracker communications
- RC4 transport encryption
- Specifying DNS server for lookups
- Can run over i2p
There's a reason I've never gotten a nasty letter from my ISP despite torrenting basically everything, and I don't plan to start getting them now.
where do you put the line between installing and "things you do after installing"?
i personally call installation everything up to personalization and simply using the software you install
You mean your OS doesn't come with that stuff and you have to do it yourself?? Gee you must be some sort of hacker haha! Fancy teaching us all? Maybe we could give you a medal? Or suck you off??
>install two million toolbars
>click on every ad
>download trojan game viruses from the 2000s
>install two million web servers
>put toothpaste on cpu
>draw dicks on HDD
>install 16 different OSs to hexaboot
>make custom midi instruments
>write script viruses
>return to client
I work in a computer repair shop and I've been doing shit like this for the past 2 years.
> Download and setup email client
> Download Office Software
> Go to sleep because internet is so slow downloading and installing LibreOffice takes around 7-8 hours
> Wake up
> Grab a brush and put a little makeup
> hide the scars to fade away the shakeup
> check to see if downloads finished
> jerk off to animay tiddies
>>52241636Install firefox, steam and required libgl packages, add the france arch linux mirror to pacman.conf, update it, install yaourt, use yaourt to find and install a: image viewer, media player, image editor, screenshot, note pad, archive manager, digital camera downloader, torrent client, better terminal, process viewer.
Update a fuck ton and install chrome and other shit
update a bit REMOVED SHIT
DO THE SHIT IN THE PASTEBINS
and ofc download chrome
>Arch has a better method of downloading and installing software and checking for conflicting packages.
Please explain how it is better. Have you even used dpkg?
>As well as its basically the fastest in boot and everything else.
Install Everything (by voidtools)
Install uTorrent 2.2.1
Install Whatpulse (because it's weirdly addictive)
Install Google Drive
Install Steam (gaming is for socializing only)
Windows can take care of the drivers.
Then update Windows
Roughly in that order
Displays the amount of RAM wrong. It's GiB, not GB.
>Install uTorrent 2.2.1
>Install Google Drive
Compromised by all the botnets you installed
>run all updates and upgrades
>install tilda terminal
>install addons for firefox
>install htop and screenfetch
>install sublime text
>install GIMP, kolourpaint and FreeCAD
>install simple screen recorder, and openshot video editor
>install (botnet) skype
>create newtab page
>connect to home server
>customise everything to my liking
>Run large magnet over bottom of thinkpad
>Run all updates and upgrades
>Install tilda terminal
>Install addons for firefox
>Install htop and screenfetch
>Install sublime text
>Install GIMP, kolourpaint and FreeCAD
>Install simple screen recorder, and openshot >Video editor
>Install (botnet) skype
>Create newtab page
>Connect to home server
>Customise everything to my liking
>Install (botnet) Chrome
>Install Everything (by voidtools)
>Install (botnet) uTorrent 2.2.1
>Install (botnet) Onedrive
>Install (botnet) Google Drive
>Install Fruity Loops
>Install Winamp 2.95
>Install Origin (i know i know EA sucks LOL)
>Install (botnet) Skype
>Windows can take care of the drivers.
>Then update Windows
>Reboot and connect to GRUB PXE
>Select windows generic x64
>Select disk 0
>Exit then exit
Configure Windows (wallpaper, power options, etc...)
Then it's just installing applications that I use... now I probably can even skip the configuration part because everything is synced.
Firefox plugins and extensions
Also some development stuff like VS and SQL Studio, etc...
>Open up IE
>Go to Bing.com
>Type in "Google"
>Click link to google.com
>type in "firefox"
>Swear over it giving me the German website for firefox
>Install some god awfully old version of firefox from an old USB drive i have laying around
>Update to latest version
I spend 2 hours ricing before installing something else.
couple of hours fine tuning this, that, the other,
downloading my preferred packages and setting them up
downloading preferred programs and setting them up
buncha time disabling this, that, or the other
downloading preferred programs and setting them up
of course I have multiple drives, so only the OS drive needs any real work.
In the case of Windows it's setting the registry paths for other programs not on C:\
In the case of linux it's a shitshow of compatibility issues.
I'm heavily debating on going full linux because my CPU is more than enough to run Wangblows in a VM with practically no loss,
But also I am debating on simply having a second computer for that.
>now BTFO nigger
i don't think that means what you think it means