Girl one row in front of me is running Ubuntu.
What should I say to her?
"I see you're running GNOME, I'm more of an KDE guy myself. Old habits die hard *chuckle*"
Fuck you, I was gonna post that you pussy ass bitch
>> oh you're so funny anon. I have to use Ubuntu because it's the only officially supported operating system for Robot Operating System or ROS. You may not have heard of ROS, but it's what most robotics researchers run on their robots.
>Not really sure what you're talking about, but okay, hehe ^^
>complains about normies not running Linux
>normie finally installs ubuntu
>gets chastised by Linux autists
>uninstalls ubuntu and installs windows
And you guys wonder why no one uses your fringe OS.
Tell her how cool it is and ask is she could come over later to help you install Ubuntu on your machine.
When she comes over have a hidden camera recording everything and then halfway through her installation start throwing soggy bananas and bottles of piss at her and screaming "UBUNTU IS FOR FAGS" as she runs out of your room in tears.
>but then the users proceed to compile it from source...
We have all been there, thinking we knew better than that stable installer script.
just accept you fucked up, reinstall, and enjoy a stable OS.
In his defense, when I switched to linux after linuxfags annoying me about it, they offered no helped and flaunted their dick at me for having to do research about it. Pretty quickly switched back to win7.
Can't be arsed
>What should I say to her?
"Watch out, that could literally ruin you're life."
Comment that you notice she's using Linux.
Bring up your favorite distro.
Ask what else she has tried.
Ask what stuff she has installed.
Ask if she does things with the command line.
Ask if she uses vi or emacs.
Ask what she does to deal with Microsoft office files.
Ask if you can see her launcher items.
Ask if she finds the HUD interface useful.
Ask if she has manually installed packages, or sticks with the Ubuntu Software Center, (or Synaptic.)
By this time next week she'll be running Windows 10, or have changed class sections.
>Wanting to stick it in loonix when you can have superior propietary boypussy
>installed linux on my sisters laptop
>went to school
>boy on her side ask if that is ubuntu
>she said yes
>told me about it
>on my knees
>sucked her dick for trying to use lunix
Ubuntu doesn't even use GNOME as its default DE you buttfucks.
>Hey, I really like your gtk theme! Did you make it?
Not that hard, bro. Lots of ways to talk to her.
I can tell you are not a smart kid.
>Real bunch of software that is engineered into one software software suit that operates hardware and allows user input or machine information.
>Linux(Distro here) does this, Windows does this, OSx does this...
>Not real OS
your post can be translated to
>In his defense, when I switched to linux after linuxniggers annoying me about it, they refused to spoonfeed me on everything. Pretty quickly switched back to win7.
and don't even try to pretend that's not true.
What the fuck do you mean real & OS?
How is linux not a real OS?
It does run the computer it is installed on. In the same windows is used, linux has hardware restraints just like windows.
Real OS would mean linux as well as windows are considered real operating systems.
Why are you retarded?
>I too can sometimes name a disability without associating it with anything.
>1) Skin condition
>3) Borderline Intellectual functions
Here's my use of those words
>You have 1 and 3
>You give me 2 since you have no killed yourself.
Linux is not an OS it's just the kernel. GNU/Linux is an OS
I always carry my laptop with me to my Bulgarian lectures for comfortable and high quality shitposting I also do a bit of programming when I am bored or read some documentary about the programming language i am learning
I went on the Gentoo Linux IRC board during 3 or 4 consecutive week-ends. They literally spoonfed me when compiling my kernel, asking me if I'd like more.
I finally gave up, it seems I'm not competent enough yet to use this distro. I didn't want to annoy them more with stupid questions. Best community I've ever met.
If we're going to introduce linux to the common man or woman, it needs to not invoke total sperging about DEs or system niceties that people usually don't worry about lest they be an enthusiast or have a job using Linux.