ikr maybe we should start a thread dedicated to updating infographics like these.
Did you try opening and closing the optical drive?
Can someone explain this? to me it looks like Razor removes the higher end, alto does the same but not as well, and FLAC does even less removal - but sounds better. e.g. what are the blue and red lines for
>An ascii manual page appeared in Version 7 AT&T UNIX.
subjective as fuck. I look at the catalogue and what do i see? most of the threads are either useful discussions about tech or tech philosophy, with a few shit posts that are still discussion. If anything this thread is the least useful since its not a thing new (since there exsists a torrent of about 15GB of these images)
well what do you want then, thread titles really arent that misleading, the generals are good as well. At least free speech exsists in them.
thats books only, idk how many seeders the torrent actually has or where it is
nah not really
The wiki is down atm, I have it but it is incomplete and kinda outdated and uses dead trackers: 0BBFAAF5F469A2BD3D762F6942A302F7014A35E9 (2012/07/24) even though I downloaded it like a few months ago.
If I didn't have bandwidth cap I'd try uploading an updated version.
on sankakucomplex once I noticed that at times the ads appeared for half second and then disappeared, I don't know if they fixed the bug yet because I removed the addon after that and switched to a stand-alone program, not browser addon, to block ads, but it happened.
This graph makes no sense because uBlock (origin or not) and ABP use the exact same lists for ad blocking. The only explanation is that ABP and uBlock are using different lists. Why would yo go around on the internet propagating lies, Anon?
I'm out of images, this is really the last one.
Depends, do you want the advantages of SystemD with the simplicity of a BSD-style init? Then ruinit. If not, staying with SysVinit is fine. If you really want to change it though, here are some alternatives you can try http://without-systemd.org/wiki/index.php/Init
Or make an init script yourself.
Stick with the default openrc/sysvinit untill you have a running system. After that you can emerge runit which is compatible with openrc.
Gentoo uses portage not apt for package management.
Theres sakaki's guide if you want a semi tweaked efi gentoo system from the start.