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ITT things that would only ever exist in open source
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>>52506139
What a frustrating photo, that is.
To think, we all live on the same planet as the imbecile that spent minutes of his time creating that image.
To this day, probably, he cucks himself with Windows and never bothered to find out how he could configure Linux to show thumbnails in the file upload dialog.
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>not knowing what every file name on your hard drive contains
>windows plebs
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>>52506204
>never bothered to find out how he could configure Linux to show thumbnails in the file upload dialog.

How would he have done that?
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>>52506139
And yet it runs in more devices than windows and OSX combined, including embedded devices.
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ITT: minor shit that keeps loonix free of retards like OP.
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>>52506204
Why should anyone have to put any extra effort into basic functionality? You are saying this issue is basically a feature
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>>52506139
>linux
>wanting to use a de
>wanting it to be like winblows
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>>52506663
>wanting to have some basic functionality that windows provides as default
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>>52506139
The Internet.
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>>52506568
Modern WM/DEs have had this feature by default for years. When I say "years" I mean 5+ years. More lightweight ones may need to configure it but running Gnome/KDE is a zeroconf situation with that. OP is just a retard.
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>>52506670
>i just bought a bicycle
>why cant it be like a motorcycle
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>>52506139
no
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>>52506693
A bicycle would be something like a non graphical environment like i3.
This is like buying a motorcycle and seeing that it doesn't have a fuel gauge.
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>>52506709
No, this is like buying a car produced in 1995 and being mad when the stock head unit doesn't support AUX or Bluetooth. Once again this feature has been present in the big DEs for many years.
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>>52506717
The big counter is that 'this feature exists', so why isn't it default?
Especially in an OS that is designed to be a windows replacement
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>>52506693
How nice of you to compare Linux to a bicycle and Windows to a motorcycle

Proving that Windows is faster and more advanced than Linux

thonx beb
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>>52506139
Nice meme, faggot
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>>52506700
wow look at that huge icon preview
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>>52506731
>windows fag
>too dumb to understand analogies
Listen, thumbnails in file pickers should be default in most linux DEs, but you're still a fucking retard.
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>>52506734
Wow, so you either use a good DE or have previews

Choice!
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>>52506139
you know the whole board is laughing at you now, right?

I just leave a file manager open and drag-and-drop files as needed. by doing this
>my file picker dialog has multiple tabs
>it displays all files, not just the ones your dialog is looking for
>I can preview the whole file by double clicking
>I can manage my files because it's a file manager
>I can select multiple files at the same time
>it stays open at all times
and so on...

When would you need a file picker?
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>>52506745
Wait, you have DE choices in wincucks these days?
HAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHA
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>>52506739
Comment before said >windows has this stuff as default

>why compare bicycles (that don't have the feature) to motorcycles (that do)

>why compare linux (that doesn't have this feature) to windows (that does)

Bicycle = Linux
Motocycle = Windows
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Lol something that would never exist in open source
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>>52506756
We don't need them, since shit like this works properly out of the box :^)


Also Windows doesn't claim to have choices. Linux users do claim that about Linux
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How often do yo usee these on Linux?
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>>52506139
That's fine, Linux users LOVE to reinvent the wheel
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>>52506765
>We don't need them
Winbabbies on damage control
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>>52506764
Oh
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Why do these faggots from /v/ keep making these kind of threads and when they get proven wrong they ignore all the evidence and claim to be right.
It's getting really tiresome
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>>52506729
It is default. It has been for ages. Once again OP is a fucking retard and is using a screenshot from damn near 10 years ago.
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>>52506782
>ignore all the evidence
Except GTK based DEs still don't have proper thumbnails in the file picker
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>>52506779
>Restart later, Faggot. Something you will never get
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>>52506764
forced restart
>>52506779
optional restart, plus an explanation of why you should restart
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>>52506793
Except you do, if you know how to configure your OS.
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>>52506779
Lets you defer the update. Windows 10 gives you a countdown with no option to defer the update until you're comfortable.
Let's say you're rendering a video on Windows and that shit pops up, the render has 20 minutes left, and the update kicks in in 12 minutes. You're fucked. The Linux update can be ignored until you want to reboot.
How much is Microsoft paying you Rasheed?
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>>52506793
>>52506797
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>>52506793
So what does the close button do?
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>>52506139
>>52506731 (Samefag)

>Windows
>Not advanced
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when was the last time you had to sign an eula or uncheck the ask tooolbar installation on linux?
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>>52506810
>Windows 10 gives you a countdown with no option to defer the update until you're comfortable
Been using Windows 10 since it came out. Automatic updates enabled and everything

Not once have I been "forced" to install updates
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>>52506139
When will this meme die? I get large image previews of my photos on the right side of my file manager when I shit post. Are you actually retarded enough to think that someone wouldn't have implemented this by now? Linux is a kernel not a file manager you idiot.
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>>52506811
>advanced
>>52506812
Close button closes this message and reboots your pc, wincuck
YEAH, FUCKING WINKEK
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lByoiDWnNuc
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>>52506817
no u

>>52506827
>right side of my file manager
You get a preview of a single image that is currently selected

Do you plan on clicking through every single image you have to find that one you're looking for
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>>52506779
It doesn't force you to restart.
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>>52506738
Not that huge.
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>>52506709
Little protip for you. Some racing replica motorbikes do not come with a fuel gauge.
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>>52506836
Lol
>he thinks (OP) will be followed by (You)
Hi there newfag
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>>52506811
You are fucking retarded, it has a countdown, by closing that window, it will still forcefully restart your computer, wether you like or not.
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>>52506811
>otherwise, you should close this message and use the remaining time to save anything you don't want to lose
means that the restart is going to happen and you have a time limit to save your shit. Closing the message doesn't postpone the reboot, unlike on the lunix pic.

learn to read.
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>>52506834
>>advanced
I tried very hard for that image
Thanks for noticing
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>>52506834
>I'm too retarded to configure my OS
Whoa, it's like, sooo hard to go into services and disable updates, like, hooooly shit doood.
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>>52506848
advanced meant for >>52506817
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lByoiDWnNuc meant for You, OP
>>52506856
>OS configuration
What, turning off updates?
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>>52506844
OP is followed by You if you use 4chanX :^D
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>>52506839
Kek, did he really not see the big thumbnail.wwww
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>>52506139
Why is Matt trying to install Turbo Tax 2006 on his Linux box?
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Holy shit are you lincucks this retarded or are you just trying to "defend" your shit "OS"? jesus fucking christ lmao
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>>52506844
But it is preceded

Made a thread just to prove you wrong

newfag
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Default search offering: brute force linear search. No indexing
lol
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>not just disabling windows update
Why
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>>52506856
>disable updates
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>>52506768
>How often do yo usee these on Linux?

Not often. At least in my experience it only crashes because of GPU drivers. When those fail it can rarely even show an error message before the screen stops updating, or the computer goes into thermal shutdown because the GPU is locked at 100% with no functioning power management.
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>>52506869
I saw it just fine, but read the second part of >>52506836
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>>52506881
Epic extension faggot
No go check if your botnet 10 re enabled your shit updates
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>>52506911
>Epic extension faggot
Thanks :^)

>No go check if your botnet 10 re enabled your shit updates
I've got them enabled (as I said here >>52506821)
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Don't you know that CLI is a superior way of selecting an image
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>>52506811
>>52506764
>2016
>Cannot chose restart later
There are some people who actually have c u c k fetish
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>>52506931
choose*
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>>52506926
if I could drag and drop from ranger I would
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>>52506139
>things that would only ever exist in open source
Choice of desktop environments
Choice of restarting later
A fast system
Choice of not having spywares
No something happened :( upon system upgrade
Not a set of multiple ads in your start menu by default
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>>52506976
>things that would only ever exist in open source
Shit driver support


That just about nullifies everything you wrote
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>>52506756
Windows users do have DE choices:

Metro or BSOD
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>>52506984
I only buy hardware that has Linux support. This problem is nonexistant.
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>>52506984
>>52506984
Enjoy running newer PCs on older windows :^)
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>>52507003
Mighty fine cult like behavior mate

>I only buy the hardware that my cult approves off
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>>52506768
Last time was a few year ago. Unlike other OSes, Linux actually gets more stable the more you update it.
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>>52506768
Try asking me when I last saw that on Windows

About 2 years ago

And even that was due to Intel's drivers for my laptop
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>>52507012
Not a single kernel panic ever. What am I doing wrong, not installing Gentoo?
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>>52506976
>>things that would only ever exist in open source
Good games
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AM I MISSING SOMETHING? TRIED UPGRADING TO THE MOST ADVANCED OS IN THE WORLD APPERANTLY WITH A FREE-AUTOMATIC-JUSTWERKS UPGRADE
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>>52507010
>companies provide Linux drivers for their hardware
>so I buy that hardware
That's not called "cult behavior", it's called "giving money to those who provide things I want".
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>>52507022
Also ask me when Linux last failed to boot for me

About 4 months ago

And even that was due to AMD's fglrx drivers
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>>52507035
You're not monkey-patching the kernel like an 31337 h4XX0R
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>>52507050
The difference being that Linux throws you on a command line where you can fix your problems.
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>>52507022
>>52507050
Moral of my store

Drivers are shit
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>>52507063
It didn't
It froze at the boot screen (whatever you call that) and I couldn't do anything

Tried ctrl+alt+f#, nothing. Tried esc to get to the console boot thing, nothing.
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>>52507038
>Falling for the wingblows 10 meme, how about fucking back to /v/?
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You fags will argue about anything
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Windows cucks:
>Oh no my [insert software here] is acting up. I guess it's time to submit a big report and wait for this problem to be fixed in 7 months.

>Sanjeet please help get rid of this FBI virus!

>Here is the key to my back door, come in anytime

>1 shit DE

> 1 OS to choose from

>has to restart his computer during updates

>updates take more than 5 minutes

>RAINMETER
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>>52507102
I'm not a fucking fag, you fucking mongoloid
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>>52507104
>>Oh no my [insert software here] is acting up. I guess it's time to submit a big report and wait for this problem to be fixed in 7 months.
Are you sure that's not a Linux user?
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>>52506856
I thought windows was better than Linux because you didn't have to configure it, i.e , icon thumbnails. Fuckin' tardboys these days.
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>>52506139
I have no idea what you're talking about m8
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Literally what is the excuse of using windows? It is completely replaceable by Macs or Linux

Printer support, Office word/excel doesn't really need ad-OS wingblows
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>>52507115
I'd say it does sound like Linux more than Windows. I mean, updates for Windows applications are usually just more bloatware anyways and bugs are left untouched for ages.
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>>52506787

>blaming the kernel because of a DE
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>>52507139
Games, sometimes better drivers (I get less power consumption on my laptop, I counted, although didn't really bother going in-depth on power saving in Linux). Also you may find this surprising, but stability might become a factor also. A lot of modern Linux distros are not all that stable, I had KDE5 crash every now and then.
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>>52506787
Fedora 23 already has adopted the patched gtk picker
>>52507173
>Games
How won't you buy a console?
Well making a gaming pc is kind of a good excuse if literally that's the thing you want
>I had KDE5 crashed
Funny I am running plasma for 5 months now, I never once experienced lag/bug/crash.
Probably because I just turned off the fancy desktop effects
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>>52507071

When that happens you have to take control of keyboard back from X
you do that with Alt+Printscreen+R

google magic SysRq key
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>>52507207
why*
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>>52507207
>Fedora 23 already has adopted the patched gtk picker
Where can one download the patch? I wish to have this in Gentoo.

>How won't you buy a console?
Because he doesn't want to use shit hardware to play video games in fluid "cinematic" 19.2 fps?
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>>52507229
Thanks, I'll keep that in mind
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What is the best distro for quickly trying out different window/file managers, environments, etc?

I'll be doing it in a VM, so might have issues getting internet in that (or not).
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>>52507238
> I wish to have this in Gentoo.
Idk, the source should be in launchpad or somewhere, since you are using Gentoo you can compile from the source or whatever.
>>52507238
>Well making a gaming pc is kind of a good excuse if literally that's the thing you want
>>52507250
>>52507250
Almost any
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>>52507266
AB = AC
AB/BC = ?

10 = 10
10 / 10 = 1
Ergo
AB/BC = 1
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>>52507038
>>52506811
>>52506768
>>52506764
i've been using windows 8 since 8.0 and win10 since the insider builds and literally never seen that happen once
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>>52507306
It's 3/4
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>>52507306
>AB/BC = 1
AB = AC

not AB = BC
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>>52507324
it's actually 6/8
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>>52507337
Agreed
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>>52507350
What about 1.5/2
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>>52507372
Sure, anon
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Computer Science research (the driving force behind our industry)
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>>52507419
What about 0.375/0.5
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>>52507337
>>52507372
>>52507426
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>>52507445
what about your mom
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>>52506690
Cinnamon doesn't.
Unity doesn't.
Mint doesn't.
XFCE doesn't.
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>>52506690
This is just false though.
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>>52507445
What about Range[0,100,0.375]/Range[0,100,0.5]
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>>52506139
My linux has both thumbnail view and sample view.

>xubuntu
>inb4 bloatware

fuck it, you know.
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>>52507473
>>52507482
>the unpatched versions in the distributions don't have it
>that means it doesn't exist

gtfo
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>>52507473
>Mint doesnt

>This much knowledge
>Pretends to know everything about Linux

Vateran winbabbies, everyone
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>>52507495
You said by default
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>>52507487
No, because you can't do it like that, The two ranges don't increase at the same rate.
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>>52507497
Not surprising these people are the ones who make shit tier threads like this
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>>52507487
>Dividing two sets
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>>52507497
So I wrote Mint instead of Mate. I always associate Mint with Mate, so I sometimes mix the words up.

I don't use it so I don't remember it clearly.
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>>52507509
If you do not update it then you should not fucking own a PC.

You filthy security threat to any network you cannot too.

>Simple window usert habbit
Dw mate, linux distros auto update like the windtard turd10
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>>52507548
Cinnamon is a very modern DE, actively developed. Latest update still does not have a proper filepicker.
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>>52507548
The patches aren't applied by updating

Latest versions of those DEs don't have thumbnails in file chooser
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>>52507526
They're called lists in Mathematica :^)
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>>52507562
Who the fuck cares?

I mean, I buy a shitty car, do I pick on the spider webs on the mirror, or the fact that the cunt turns on and drives. I got it for free.

Same concept here. You didn't develop shit for the linux project, you downloaded it for free.
If you see a fucking image, your system is working on linux. Quit fucking bitching. Contribute your programming or shut the fuck up.
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>>52507546
>I wrote Mint instead of Mate
>I always associate Mint with Mate
Sure
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>>52507585
Are those goalposts heavy kid?
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>>52507585
I can't even see the goalposts anymore, you moved them too far away.

You said every modern DE has this feature. As far as I know, only KDE has it, and KDE is awful.
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>>52507590
Nope. No they are not.

I still standby the cancer is this thread. Unless you dedicate your programming skills to the linux project you have decided to leech from, then missing features is only right that you should simply shut the fuck about with your complaining. Program a solution, or continue to fail at seeing any changes.
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Too much rambling about a file picker but what about tabs on the file explorer?
Why doesn't Windows provide such basic features?
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>>52507598
>KDE is awful.
Turn off the desktop effects if your PC is a toaster
Also, you can integrate KDialog with browsers
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>>52507598
Not the original OP my friend.

I should use a tag but that alone is retarded.
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>>52507616
>B-b-but Windows too!!!

...
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>>52507616
Can I see your programming code for the tabs on your windows file explorer?

I think it can be improved and I would like to dedicate a few days improving it.
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>>52507618
KDialog has to be compiled with the browser. If you know how to integrate it, I'd appreciate a link.

I know Chromium has a patched version that uses KDialog instead of GTK, but I'm too reliant on certain Firefox-based addons to switch to a Chrome-based browser.
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>>52507632
>Firefox
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>>52506836
>Do you plan on clicking through every single image you have to find that one you're looking for
I keep my shit organized. When I do have a messy folder (such as my porn) then yes. Even on OS X I do this a lot.
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>>52507628
>a shitpost feature vs a great tool for managing files and folders
Back to /v.
>>52507631
There is some chromium based addon i think.
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>>52507658
Those files do not look organized.

I organize too using reaction images.

~/Pictures/Reaction\ Images/anime/sad

Got one folder for each type of reaction. Each folder has a bunch of images with their original 4chan filenames intact. I don't want to browse through these images to find the right one with the preview. I'd like the files to have properly sized thumbnails for easier navigation within folders.

These threads are always filled with the same 4 type of people, but the dumbest type of person has to be the ones who claim this is not an issue, or saying "Works for me" then posts a screenshot of their preview.
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>>52507658
You keep your shit organised how exactly? You got a hash table in your brain for all those huge fucking filenames?
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>>52506208
So tell me, what does your /dev/random contain?
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>>52507720
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>>52507720
>>52506139
Nice memes, /v/
>What is openSuSE
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>>52507756
>using explorer
top kek
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>>52507756
kek
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>>52507759
Shit.

Use Slackware.
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>>52507772
>using multiple file explorer
Keks on you memelord
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>>52507759
Which uses KDE

That bug report is for GTK (which a majority of distros use)
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>>52507691
>Those files do not look organized.
Because it's my porn folder. Trying to break your porn down into super specific categories is a waste of time and all it does is prevent you from fapping to 90% of the images you save. Pic related.

>~/Pictures/Reaction\ Images/anime/sad
That's what I do too. I even name all my reaction images. Pic related again.

> I don't want to browse through these images to find the right one with the preview. I'd like the files to have properly sized thumbnails for easier navigation within folders.
The point of staying organized is so you can remember the general location of your files, which makes using a single thumbnail easy. Why wouldn't you rename your images when you download them anyway?

>These threads are always filled with the same 4 type of people, but the dumbest type of person has to be the ones who claim this is not an issue, or saying "Works for me" then posts a screenshot of their preview.
It is an issue, but it's so small an issue for anyone who actually sorts their images correctly.
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>>52507759
MemeOS
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>>52507658
Who the fuck invited you OS X fag

This is a thread about Linux
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>>52507791
Scanning thumbnails is still infinitely faster than scanning filenames
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>>52507791
>OS X
>gay

>Anime
>Pedophile

Damn, both stereotypes down, nice
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>>52507658
>>52507791
Wait a sec

OSX doesn't even have thumbnails in the file chooser either?
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>>52507786
>OpenSuSe only has KDE
>>52507794
+1
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>>52507791
>Trying to break your porn down into super specific categories is a waste of time and all it does is prevent you from fapping to 90% of the images you save. Pic related.

Fapping while neatly organizing my porn is the best.
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>>52507791
/a/utism
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>>52507802
Why would you scan for files when you can type the name you want in your indexer? If you really did lose the file then looking at the names or going one by one will be less error prone than trying to scan over 50 thumbnails at the same time.

>>52507800
Because I have the same file selection setup for OS X and Linux you dunce.

>>52507819
It does, but since I keep my shit organized why would I use them?
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>>52507791
Your (You) poster here.
I still don't see that as a well organized reaction folder by your standard.

What is the difference between

>disgust-1
>disgust-2
>disgust-3

and

>1239898213123.jpg
>1238950136106.jpg
>1239050127401.jpg

They're both in our Disgusting folder after all.
Both your organizing and my organizing requires thumbnails to properly pick the correct image to use. And the GTK filepicker thumbnails are too small for that. Especially if it's a folder with more specific images that you'd want to post, like screenshots from anime.
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>>52506204
>admits the issue is real
>hurr he's dumb because he didn't try to fix it it

Are you an archfag?
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>>52507713
not filenames
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>>52507862
it contains every file name in the world
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>>52507845
Because it's easy to remember disgust-005.png is my flavor of the week reaction as opposed to a Unix timestamp that may as well be random numbers.

>And the GTK filepicker thumbnails are too small for that.
No they aren't. You can get the general idea of what the image in the tiny thumbnail is and when you click on it you get the bigger thumbnail like your picture shows. It's the same with OS X in columns mode. If you have your stuff organized it's not the much of a hinderance at all.
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Exactly what the fuck is the issue here, dear indians?
Use KDialog instead of gtk if you don't like it. It's the fault of the furecucks devs that they won't use anything but gtk
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>>52507882
>Just use a worse DE
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>>52507881
>Because it's easy to remember disgust-005.png is my flavor of the week reaction as opposed to a Unix timestamp that may as well be random numbers.

If I'm having a flavor of the week reaction I'll know the position and looks of the tiny thumbnail.

>No they aren't. You can get the general idea of what the image in the tiny thumbnail

>watch episode of anime
>take a bunch of screenshots
>go into the weekly /a/ thread
>pic related

Organizing every screenshot I take through an episode if I'm feeling screenshotty is a lot of work that I could avoid if I had a functional filepicker.
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Mint has a file picker with thumbnails
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>>52507919
Pic?
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>>52507882
>won't use anything but gtk
Why is that?

Why even bother with XUL if all you is fucking gtk?
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>>52507905
Yes, if your PC is objectively a toaster turn off the desktop effects like the true c u c k you are. What's with all these fuss?
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>>52507935
I'd like my desktop to look okay. KDE looks like shit.

I prefer a WM like OpenBox or i3.
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>>52507935
Because the only reason KDE is bad js because it's heavy amirite
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>>52507918
nautilus. problem solved.
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>>52507337
it's actually 4/20
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>>52507951
Then disable Kwin and install your NEET tier WM? Is that so hard?
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>>52507977
Drag and drop is a workaround. And a poor one for laptops.
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>>52507918
>I'll know the position and looks of the tiny thumbnail.
Why not have both the name and the thumbnail?

>Organizing every screenshot I take through an episode if I'm feeling screenshotty is a lot of work that I could avoid if I had a functional filepicker.
Why do you need the name of the anime in the file? Isn't that redundant for a board that prides itself on not "spoonfeeding" people?
Just set it to save in incremental filenames. Better yet, use the date so you'll find where you left off even easier.
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>>52507975
Probably you need to save up some money and get a HDD with decent storage capacity so it can contain 700MB of package files, anon
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>>52508007
Like I said, KDE being heavy isn't the only criticism people have of it.
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>>52507994
>Why do you need the name of the anime in the file?
Helps organizing.

>Isn't that redundant for a board that prides itself on not "spoonfeeding" people?
You clearly don't go to /a/.

>Just set it to save in incremental filenames. Better yet, use the date so you'll find where you left off even easier.
This will not help me find that exact screenshot I want. Finding the episode number is easy through the filename. Finding the exact screenshot from a given episode is something that would be trivial with a proper filepicker.
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>>52506768
>HAL_INITIALIZATION_FAILED
Dave?
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>>52507988
>Drag and drop is a workaround.
It's my preferred method.
Use it on Windows too.
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>>52508017
Well they need to stop presenting shit excuses and learn KDE takes less space than windows, which is basically the only operating systems that indians use
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>>52508048
Except Microsoft Edge doesn't like it
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>>52508065
Then don't use crap.
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>>52508079
This is why I don't use windows, dear sandeep
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>>52508030
>Helps organizing.
Looks like it'd make it more confusing. In fact the first thing I do when I download anime is remove the tags on the filename.

>You clearly don't go to /a/.
You're right. It's one of the worst boards on 4chan in my opinion. But clearly lots of people like it so oh well.

>Finding the exact screenshot from a given episode is something that would be trivial with a proper filepicker.
So you mean finding a screenshot long after you've taken it. Why wouldn't using your cursor keys to go up and down the list of files work? I mean how many screenshots do you take per episode? Once you find the episode you wanted it would only take a few seconds to get the right screenshot.
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>>52508049
Because the only people that don't like KDE are windows users, right?
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>>52508121
No, I said the Majority of window users are indians. Simple
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>>52506204
>having to configure Linux

This isn't ricing familam, basic features should work out of the box.
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>>52506805
>mention how you can get thumbnails in Linux if you configure your OS properly
>"Y-you shouldn't have to edit configuration to get a basic feature!"
>point out forced updates in Windows
>"Lol, you can get rid of those if you configure your OS properly!"

wincucks btfo
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>>52508152
It's not a bug. It's a feature. The ONLY people who need it are 4chan nerds.
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>>52506836

> I have over twelve thousand memes and no idea how to create folders for them
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>>52508146
But I never mentioned Windows, nor the poos in my posts?
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>>52506884

>microsoft indexing

>just helpfully indexing your files for you, goyim
>you have nothing to hide, right?
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>>52508197
Well if you are a pedophile you can just select for the indexer to not search your cp folders in its settings
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>>52507129

You also have no idea how to take a screenshot or even use a fucking camera properly.
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>>52508188
I did. It was me who referred the mejority of windows userbase as indians.
Now if you do not have anything else to say to the post here >>52507882, move along.
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>>52507129
>taking a picture of your computer screen

what the fuck
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>>52508237
Sorry, I'm on my sister's computer
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>>52508152

>slow down file browsing for 100% of users
>so that one autist can easily select grinning_meme_man42.png

>thumbs.db everywhere
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>>52508107
>Looks like it'd make it more confusing. In fact the first thing I do when I download anime is remove the tags on the filename.

It only looks confusing on an anime like GochiUsa, but it does allow for easy organizing after the season is over, since all the screenshots are sorted by anime name. When I'm done watching them, I can make a folder for them and easily find every screenshot from that specific show and put them in to a proper folder.

I'd love to have mpv do this for me, but unfortunately I haven't found this kind of functionality.

>So you mean finding a screenshot long after you've taken it. Why wouldn't using your cursor keys to go up and down the list of files work? I mean how many screenshots do you take per episode? Once you find the episode you wanted it would only take a few seconds to get the right screenshot.

I can easily have over 50 screenshots per episode for moeshit anime.
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>>52508252

pics of sister
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>>52508274
Her pics are exactly the reason why I installed LInux on her computer

I don't trust the pervs at MS

But here, this one isn't nude
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>>52506811
I love Linux, but don't ignore the fact that you can turn off updates in Windows.
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>>52508335
Nice outdate software, faggot
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>>52508354
LOL
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>>52508416
The most you can do is to defer them :^)
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>>52508237
It was a screenshot of htop over ssh into my raspberry pi.
I made it to show to someone who asked a question about the pi's performance and load.
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>>52508218
I'm in the office, boss is going to notice if i do that or doing stuff with cables
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>>52506759
he won't even reply. arc users get cucked again
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>>52507473
I just tested it. Unity does.
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>>52509126
>having unity available to test
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