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There are four ways to try Linux, you can:
1) Install a Linux OS on a VM (Virtual Machine/VirtualBox) for "safety purposes"
2) Use the Live ISO directly without installing anything, that way, you can get a "full Linux experience".
3) Dual-boot Linux with Windows/Mac (recommended if you want to learn more about Linux)
4) Go balls deep and overwrite everything with Linux (not recommended)
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Almost done (finally) but...
Dammit, I'm stuck at a syntax errorconfiguration file syntax error: /etc/libvirt/qemu.conf:276: expecting a separator in list
I'm guessing the error is referring about to" [ "
Installed elementary OS today. First Linux experience. Wiped all my Windows without blinking an eye.
I felt powerful and I have no regrets.
I'm enjoying it even though it feels a little beta.
I can't decide between making a live USB of either Mint or Manjaro. I know but Manjaro is based off Arch but is the difference that big between Manjaro and Mint for someone new to linux ? I'm mainly going to use either for browsing, music and videos if that matters.
Can I get some assistance?
Trying to make a symbolic link - here is my code.# aa-linker.sh
MPD_ARTIST=$(mpc current -f %artist%)
MPD_ALBUM=$(mpc current -f %album%)
ln -fs ~/$COVER_PATH ~/.config/conky/aa-image.jpg
And here is my output.[pied@piper conky]$ sh aa-linker.sh
/home/pied/Music/Death Grips/The Money Store/Cover.jpg
ln: target ‘/home/pied/.config/conky/aa-image.jpg’ is not a directory
What's going on here?
I use different distros for diff things.
Windblows for Engineering/Gaming
Debian for pentesting and servers
I have been thinking about using Mint for software dev since it seems stable. Any opinions?
Elementary OS is a terrible distribution. It has outdated repositories, poor default apps, poor security, terrible userbase support and terrible support in general, and its only draw, the visuals, aren't better than anything else in the industry.
If you're looking for a good beginning distribution install Ubuntu or Fedora with the Cinnamon desktop.
I really wouldn't do Linux Mint, if only because its website doesn't have https.
wait how come when i put the iso on a usb drive the installation fails at mounting the cd-rom??
should i just run this shit live?
have like a 40gb hdd in it so it would be np to install it on that rather than run it live
ya buddy i did that, booted up from the usb, the installation from the usb has a step that tries to mount from cd-rom and choosing the option not to retry mounting from the cd-rom causes the installation to fail
Foot skin is a GNU thing; it's not necessarily related to Linux.
Speaking of which, does anyone here actually use HURD? I contemplated trying it but my brother assured me it wouldn't work on my hardware.
I made the switch to linux a year ago, started with ubuntu hated it so switched to mint. Mint has served me well for basic browsing and shit but I want to try out some other distros. Any suggestions? I'm currently leaning towards debian.
Mint is basically a mix of Debian and Ubuntu.
Debian is superior to Mint in a lot of ways, and will likely run better and be better supported, but in practice there wouldn't be a huge amount of difference.
I agree with >>52682758
Fedora is as good as Debian in terms of quality and support, but is a different experience if you're looking for one in your Distro-hopping.
Debian and Fedora are basically the two best distributions in the game.
Palemoon is blisteringly fast, totally FOSS, and easy as fuck to configure to respect your privacy and not use unnecessary bloat features.
Only drawback is no streaming video above 720p.
i know, im saying that debian is "preloaded" with every and all drivers like ubuntu. Honestly, I had the hardest time when I first installed debian on my only computer because wireless card and parts of the internal gpu would break and cause kernel panics
Ubuntu isn't better than Debian, though. That's a switch that would not be worth it.
> can't actually do anything
There is one thing it can't do. There's probably some way to mod it to run higher than 720p.
I have a Ubuntu dual boot but it refuse to use it because it has the fucking worst godamn multimonitor support ever. I can't rotate one screen without it blacking out the other and making it un usable. Even with xrandr. All that happens is it rotates but the screen cannot be interacted with. That's a deal breaker for me. And don't say your just a skrub who can't into limux. I enjoy Ubuntu other than that its a beautiful os which allows for the customizations I like. I'm not interested in other distros because I have tried quite a few and didn't like their interface. Until they fix that shit I'll stay microshaft
>Ubuntu isn't better than Debian, though. That's a switch that would not be worth it.
That's exactly why I made the analogy. I don't think Palemoon or any other meme derivative of Firefox is better.
>I'm not interested in other distros because I have tried quite a few and didn't like their interface. Until they fix that shit I'll stay microshaft
You realize all your shit is modular, right? You can just install another desktop environment. Pretty sure you could even run Unity on Arch.
did so and tried to run live but it says that my cpu is non-pae and then says unable to boot please us a kernal appropriate for your cpu
i am guessing my hardware is just too outdated for this distro?
i did and that was fucked up too because no internet connection, and then i tried crunchbang and then bunsenlabs now. idk
say I want to run two commands as sudo in one line
do I dosudo (command) && (command)
or do I dosudo (command) && sudo (command)
and what if I want to run one as sudo and one as normal user. would it be(command) && sudo (command)
are freeBSD fags allowed here?
anyone know of a program that can view CP progress?
I'm moving about 4TB of data around and I would like the view what percent its at
in mac OS I can just press ctrl t, and in mac and linux I can use CV/progress, but that doesnt work on BSD.
anyone know of some alternatives?
fuck not now
just a few more days this can happen, but not nowCRITICAL: The boot volume state is ONLINE: One or more devices has experienced an unrecoverable error. An attempt was made to correct the error. Applications are unaffected.
what the hell does this mean? does this mean my boot USB is fucked? one of my hard drives?
>There is one thing it can't do. There's probably some way to mod it to run higher than 720p.
No, that requires MSE for dynamic bitrate streaming, and the author is a giant fucking retard who thinks MSE means DRM, so you'd have to implement it yourself in a private fork.
Is it somehow possible to set a gif animation as a fbsplash theme?
I'm having trouble installing windows 10 on my SSD and Ubuntu 15.10 on my hard drive in UEFI mode. Couple questions.
Should all UEFI operating systems be installed on a USB? After the first is installed through CD, there is no working way for me to even boot from CD again let alone install a second OS.
Why do all Linux distros freeze while trying to load or install in Legacy BIOS mode?
Why aren't my hard drives in windows formattable? I can't even assign drive letters. Neither of them were encrypted before. Could it be because they're old?
Is it worth buying a second SSD for Ubuntu alongside windows and a 1TB drive to share media and install games to? Would Ubuntu be able to read movies and pictures(and save to) the drive in NTFS?
Finally, can somebody point me to information on UEFI? My A+ book barely covers this shit. I thought I was qualified; no wonder everybody thinks its a meme.
i'm trying to build tde/trinity packages for arch, i've nearly gotten the base packages done, but there's something i'm having trouble with;
the tdebase packages puts some libraries under "$LIBDIR/trinity", which is fine, but none of the built binaries seem to know where that is, i get errors about missing things that are in that folder
question is; what do i change in the building process that ensures the binaries can find these libraries? i'm sure i'm missing something simple
not only does it have progress/speed indicators, it can also be interrupted and resumed without copying things that have already been copied again
ps. imagine being at computers
But Debian stable is the most stable distribution.
Especially if you target the specific version and wait a couple of weeks after major upgrades, let the documentation for the upgrade process flourish if there is anything you need to sort out manually.
I was happily dualbooting Ubuntu 15.10 with Windows 10 when I upgraded the latter to the Threshold Update (November).
The upgrade did not complete and I was shown the grub_rescue prompt. I researched and used the bootrepair disk, which allowed me to complete the upgrade and booted me into Windows.
However, grub (understandably) was wiped out. Now Windows sees my Linux partition as free space (pic related).
How do I losslessly recover my Ubuntu partition? I don't have either the W10, Ubuntu 15.10 nor the bootrepair ISOs, but I can download them again if necessary.
Beginner here. Lacking knowledge and trying to remove a package (libxml2) I ran something like 'sudo apt-get purge libxml*'. Some time on google later I've realized using * with apt-get is a stupid idea as this uninstalled like 400 packages. Is there anyway I can reinstall these packages in a convenient way?
a) topkek nigga
b)zgrep --no-filename 'remove' /var/log/dpkg* | sortcheck what you removed and reinstall.
What does a Linux system administrator even do?
Let's say I knew everything about Linux - how to install anything, how to use anything, how to log stuff, how to backup stuff, how to remotely access stuff, etc etc.
Is that all a Linux administrator does? Basically take care of the server? Or does he also run around and fix peoples problems in the office, like "hey Firefox just crashed pls help", and has to move heavy computers around and order new hardware and set up WiFi networks etc?
>Let's say I knew everything about Linux - how to install anything, how to use anything, how to log stuff, how to backup stuff, how to remotely access stuff, etc etc.
Obviously you don't since you didn't mention any of the fucking specifics. Just because you can install shit with Arch doesn't mean you know how to manage a different Linux system.
Does clonezilla automatically format the partition that is chosen to host the cloned image?
If yes, then what file system does it choose to store the image? (if everything was chosen to be automatic)
>chosen to host the cloned image?
that depends on exactly what you mean
you can restore to:
- another disk, a whole disk restoration will overwrite anything on that disk, a partition restoration will overwrite only the selected destination partition
- a directory on another disk (local, usb, etc), or network share (nfs, smb, ssh, etc), this will make a new folder, containing seperate image files per partition, along with some metadata describing the source (text files)
I need a text editor and a photoshop equivalent.
>inb4 vim and wine PS
OK So it is asking me to mount the partition. But in GParted, it is showing as unallocated. If I create a new partition, will I lose my data?
I was thinking about the GNU/Linux naming controversy the other day.
People say that Linux is just the kernel name, but couldn't you do a sort of "backronym" thing and say that "The Linux operating system is powered by the Linux Kernel"?
I HELPED this meme RISE to prominence, you HEAR ME? when its original creator posted it, NOT ENOUGH people cared. NOT ENOUGH people SAW the GENIUS. but I DID. and I SAVED IT. and i REPOSTED IT. and U DIDNT. ALL ME, u hear me? ALL ME
Day 197 into my tri-boot quest:
After fixing the Windows install that sade almost killed with its cheeky bootmanager antics, I hit a snag during Debian's installation: A corrupted CD.
I took risks, I knew I took them; things have come out against me, and therefore I have no cause for complaint, but bow to the will of Providence, determined still to do my best.
photoshop does several things. Most of the linux tools are good for one thing, Krita and Gimp is decent, but if you do this in a professional setting maybe look into aftershot
For text editors, if you prefer graphical editors with the ctrl+key type hotkeys, kate and gedit are both decent, but kate is really good if you want to spend a few seconds with it.
I need some advice in choosing a distro.
I have a server at home, and I wish to run a distro in a VM which will provide me with:
-irc bouncer (ZNC?)
and any other fancy nonsense I want to set up, like a dns service or whatever.
What's the best distro for this purpose?
there is no "Linux operating system", thorvalds wanted to make one in his initial plan but found out that he'd rather stick with the kernel and use GNU and whatever else they can get.
Well, mounting the partition is the first step in the guide. As you can see from the GParted screenshot, the partition is "unallocated", so it has no name/number (like /dev/sdaXY).
install compton, disable your compositor in the window manager tweak settings, add "compton --backend glx --paint-on-overlay --vsync opengl-swc -f "
to your startup applications.
try just mounting sda3
I dindu nuffin man, really. As I said in my OP, I got shown grub_rescue prompt during the Windows10 upgrade. I used bootrepairdisk and then was able to complete the upgrade, but in doing so I lost grub and somehow my linux partition was marked as free space!
None of my drives/partitions are encrypted.
>Should all UEFI operating systems be installed on a USB? After the first is installed through CD, there is no working way for me to even boot from CD again let alone install a second OS.
Yes, always use usb, preferably use usb-image-writer to write ISOs to usb.
Thank you. I'll be reinstalling windows and Ubuntu when I get home from work today. Any particular reason why the installer can't force a format? Should I use the "try Ubuntu" option and use the terminal to force a format? I'm familiar doing this in arch
>Any particular reason why the installer can't force a format?
I haven't used Ubuntu in a while, but the installer just uses gparted to format, so you could choose "Try Ubuntu" and launch Gparted to format before you use the installer.
The installer should be located on the Unity bar.
I'm trying to install ahoviewer, but I'm getting the same issues as that one guy on the github page on Debian. I think I'm having problems with autoconf and the readme just lists dependencies.
OK, so I found my missing partition using 'rescue' in parted! Pic related.
there's various ways and there's actually some live distros specialized in rescue iirc. However what i normally do is the following (disclaimer, please don't just enter the commands described here blindly and consider that the grub configuration steps changes depending on if you have bios or efi):
Boot to a live media, for example the 15.10 iso.
Mount your system in the hard drive to your live system running in ram and enter to your installed system with chroot. Once there use the grub-install command and the update-grub or the grub-mkconfig, then you'll be able so boot normally again. the steps are something like this:
- start live media
- open terminal
- check your ubuntu partition with gparted or with lsblk or fdisk -l
- once you know the correct partition, for example "/dev/sda5":
sudo mount /dev/sda5 /mnt
sudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev
sudo mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc
sudo mount --bind /sys /mnt/sys
sudo chroot /mnt
- then to make the mbr to point to your grub again:
grub-install --recheck --target=i386-pc /dev/sda
- And to generate again the configuration file you can use update-grub or:
grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
-restart and you should see grub
hope this helps.
>I'm trying to install ahoviewer, but I'm getting the same issues as that one guy on the github page on Debian. I think I'm having problems with autoconf and the readme just lists dependencies.
Why didn't you use arch??
Redownloaded .iso, burned new disk,. same read errors.
did you checked the md5sum after the download? try installing that same iso in a virtual machine just to discard a hardware problem. You can recover easily your boot by installing another ubuntu instance where you was going to install debian and you can delete it later by overwriting it with debian.
that's actually how the ubuntu installer puts the grub there in the first place btw
So I'm working on a project. I have 1 Windows server 2012, an Ubuntu server 14.10. Win7 + Ubuntu Desktop.
I'm making the Windows machine DC. With Ubuntu server as Fileserver. When I want to join the Windows domain via net ads join -U Administrator it keeps either saying:
Can't find DC for domain MYDOMAIN
Or Can't acces over rpc: Acces denied. I'm at a loss. Would the problem be in my smb.conf or krb5.conf?
I've been using Mint and Bunsenlabs interchangeably for about a year now, and since I just got a x230, I'm thinking of installing Arch on it.
If free space can only be added when it's "below" a partition, then would it be smart to set up the partitioning scheme for a VM like:
free space ( can now be added to /music partition or become another partition after disk size increase)
Updated to xfce 4.12 and somehow Icons of some themes are missing. Mostly folder and other icons who correspondent with Thunar. Any way to fix that?
>If you're that worried then why don't you just use the rest of the space for /?
I might dual boot later (inside the VM) so if they're seperated then I won't have to worry about formatting my music.
Arch Linux and Ubuntu could use the same partition and if I don't want Ubuntu, then I can install something else and still share the music partition.
Welp, this has been very strange. It was throwing out the same errors, but it eventually just decided to configure after a relaunch if the terminal. The configuring process didn't get libzip or unrar despite both of them being installed. Fucking hell, are there any other alternatives? I'll try with the most recent version again to see if I get any luck.
Why, your hardware doesn't work with free firmware?
I was lucky enough that my desktop computer that I originally bought for gayming turned out to not require nonfree firmware when I switched to parabola. Still have that pesky bios firmware though.
Did that. Nothing changed after the first try and since then Terminal responds withgtk-update-icon-cache: Failed to open file /home/m/.icons/Circle-Flat/.icon-theme.cache : Die Datei existiert bereits (it already exists)
I had the same problem after win 10 update some months ago. That made completely switch to Linux.
It's unacceptable that one OS wants to make me stop using another. If Microsoft accept me dual booting, then no way I'd use their system.
I think the most failproof solution to dualbooting is to have two separate storage devices for each OS and choose the boot device from bios/uefi.
I don't recall earlier versions of windows sharing similar issues though.
I had no luck getting unrar to work, other than that, it's working fine. I moved on to mcomix while I read up.
it's actually not much of a political argument
Linux is a kernel. That's it. It's the name that got popular so people just say "Linux" when referring to a whole OS. For this same reason people go around saying that Android is Linux. Sure, Android uses the Linux kernel, but it's misleading to say it is Linux due to what most people actually mean when they say that. If everyone says GNU/Linux to refer to the desktop OS, it makes it easier to discuss these confusing things.
>install compton, disable your compositor in the window manager tweak settings, add "compton --backend glx --paint-on-overlay --vsync opengl-swc -f "
>to your startup applications.
Who was it that first started saying you should use these meme flags? they do not work and they actually introduce frames of delay on some systems in my experience
(do not work as in there is still tearing in addition to the other problems being introduced)
HURD was not originally designed with the desktop in mind. Linux was. Implementing major changes to an existing thing versus making something for that thing in the first place creates a difference in difficulty.
comfy ncurses installer for regular Arch
>inb4 someone says Antergos is just Arch with an extra repo or some b.s.
Architect is ACTUALLY just Arch. Not ifs or buts.
>And will I be able to make my way around Arch after using Debian?
For sure. I used Debian for a few years before I came across Architect and decided to install Arch. Arch is super easy to use. I was kind of mad that the memes on /g/ got the best of me and I'd put off Arch for so long. I've even installed it the regular way since finding out about Architect, and its famous difficult install wasn't too bad either.
Hurd's scope was much larger.
Linux was originally designed basically just to create a working Unix-like kernel on i386 that's small and fast. It wasn't too hard to do that.
Hurd, on the other hand, was supposed to be this big revelation of computing that was going to cure all the ills of every Unix server. And GNU couldn't pull that off.
Conceptually Hurd is pretty cool - it's like MINIX but not shitty. I haven't actually gotten my hands on a Hurd build, but I've a feeling that a native one will eventually pop up (now that Guix is a thing, a 'full GNU' distribution is right around the corner - somebody just needs to fill in the gaps, per se).
did anyone here ever have problems with wifi on ubuntu lts 14.04?
For some time now the connection to my router just dies for 1-2 mins before it's up and running again. Accessing the wifi with my smartphone for example is no problem.
I've been on ubuntu for 6 months now and the issues started maybe 1-2 weeks ago.
does anyone know why commands like grep -o doesn't work at all?
like -o doesn't change colour when I use it but something like -e does
posted this in the wrong thread earlier gonna delete that post later.
I'm using mint 7.2 with cinnamon
How can I change the cinnamon desktop theme via the terminal?
The closest result I found is http://www.fandigital.com/2012/06/change-theme-command-line-gnome.html
however this seems to be used only for the gtk-theme (are they even the same thing?)
The other results all say you can change it via the theme menu, but I just wanted to make some bash script.
>I Have arch linux in VirtualBox and its amazing, but i need botnet 10 to play games xD
You will never see a simpler explanation.
Drag and drop not working with chromium. Using MATE. It worked in Cinnamon, but with MATE it is like the picture
How do I get this to work?
>LINUX NOOB STARTER KIT
Why don't we add content to the official /flt/ paste or just to the wiki?
Alternatives for the brony transition script:
It's from the guy from the moka, faba, paper, orchis themes
Refer/contribute bidirectionally to this site
This are tips for linux starters in (X,L)Ubuntu, LinuxMint and Debian
Content is CC-BY-SA so is freedoms compliant
>I installed Ubuntu, what do?
Bonus points for specific guides for Xubuntu and Lubuntu
>I installed Linux Mint, what do?
Bonus points for specific guides for Mate and Xfce editions
>Security tips in Ubuntu, LinuxMint and Debian
Common Sense 2016 Linux edition
>Fatal mistakes in Ubuntu and LinuxMint
Warns about PPAs = random code from the internet, not mixing repo versions, warns about not using kde stuff in non kde DEs, warns about Ultamatix,Ubuntu Tweak, Ubuntu Sources List Generator, Ubuntuzilla, etc.
>Speed up Ubuntu
Gotta go fast
>Speed up Linux Mint
Cumon stepit up LinuxMint
it's dual booted on the PC I'm posting from, so rebooting & coming back to give you the results is quite the commitment
is what I need to do afterwards immediately clear in the info it spits out?
Does Ubuntu really spy on you even if you remove all that amazon shit?
>How do I unfuck my Ubuntu?
>How do I unfuck Linux Mint?
>How to ganoo lunix?
>Literally just build a second computer.
>This is retarded and so are you.
Anon you don't understand >>52690656 means that you can use your virtualbox for gaymes without relying on their loltier graphic drivers, I remember there was some archlinux forum thread where it teaches you how to use your GPU for gaymes inside a windows vm, so that means year of the linux desktop
Since it's endorsed by the UK government and the Chinese governement. There must be somthing going behind...
Yet it is just speculative, if you don't trust them just use Debian (SJW based, the NSA stealthy fucked with them before), OpenSUSE (german based, Germany also spies, but has private friendly laws), Fedora (RedHat based, but the NSA made SELinux with RedHat's help) or just use Arch or Gentoo.
You are aware of TRIX, right? Fascinating read. Shows what sort of trainwreck thos GNU kernel project was pretty early on.
Stallman goes like
>we need this and that and that
>it's going to be the greatest kernel of all times
>oh we blew it, let's start all over again
>with even more complex codebase and breader goals
While linus was like
>screw all of that, it's good enough for me.
Werks on my machines (tm)
I asked for help here asking how to use compton and someone posted something similar. It worked great on all my computers so I posted it when someone asked. I added -f because it's a nice effect.
I'm using an asus q550lf with ubuntu 14.04. When I switch to my dedicated gpu (nvidia gt745m) I can't control the back light on my keyboard and they stay on at the brightest setting. How do I fix this?
***Begin Blog post
I threw Fedora on a gookbook for the sake of having a working environment in the least time possible.
I was planning on using GNOME unironically.
Long story short, by the end of the day, I was cleaning off the puke from my spillproof keyboard.
Out of the box:
The key shortcuts are literally broken
There are no GUI Maximize/Minimize on Windows
Accessibility is broken, on screen keyboard for tablet mode works when it wants to
Battery key shortcuts show a generic battery icon and no fucking percentage (the only thing that matters)
DEs are unbelievably shit despite the current year
*** end blogpost
Gnome tries to reinvent the wheel and that's fucking true.
>The key shortcuts are literally broken
Which ones exactly?
>There are no GUI Maximize/Minimize on Windows
You maximize by doubleclicking the taskbar (which is more convenvient than having to aim the mouse on a small button 2bh).
Minimizing windows on gnome is just plain stupid. If you run out of space, just use another workspace, that's why gnome has theoretically unlimited amount of them.
>Accessibility is broken, on screen keyboard for tablet mode works when it wants to
Not gonna argue, linux is not really fit on tablets, and despite gnome's attempt to look like touchscreen garbage, it actually isn't.
>Battery key shortcuts show a generic battery icon and no fucking percentage (the only thing that matters)
Irrelevant, but have you tried to look for a plugin that changes it?
Gnome heavily makes use of plugins, like a browser.
>DEs are unbelievably shit despite the current year
true, I gave up looking for the perfect one and settled for mate. At least gnome2 is something i'm familiar with.
>Do they support 2D/3D hardware acceleration?
Yes, they're full drivers with the same functionality you get from the windows drivers for the same hardware. Slightly better performance in openGL optimized applications due to smaller overhead.
>Which ones exactly?
The whole system. Alt Space brings up a menu which needs to be clicked. The options are not bound to keys by default making it actually more difficult to use the shortcuts than it is to click on the window. Im sure there is a fix for it but Im just trying to say how broken it is out of the box
>Not gonna argue, linux is not really fit on tablets,
Accessibility wasn't even meant for tablets but I just wanted the onscreen keyboard so I could input when in tablet mode . It was more for the impaired. It's unusable though.
>Irrelevant, but have you tried to look for a plugin that changes it?
I know It's out there but I'm really just focusing on the out of the box experience. I don't normally use DEs since I want everything to work how I desire.
Anybody here have had experience with older KDE versions? I've only tried KDE4 and 5, and hate that they removed some (important for me) functionalities from 4 for little reason. What were the previous ones like though, what were the important differences (performance obviously, but otherwise)?
>What were the previous ones like though, what were the important differences (performance obviously, but otherwise)?
Try trinity desktop environment.
It's trinity to KDE is what MATE is to gnome3
are you fucking stupid?
I told you it's KDE 3, we're talking 2002-2005 era
Thanks anon, but
>>How does Trinity compare to KDE4?
>It's based on KDE3
I'm still in the dark on what were the most important functional changes between the two versions however, plain release note data dump wouldn't mention downgrades if there were any.
Default settings look like horse anus even in KDE4, thank god you can replace almost everything though, which is why I'm so attached to it.
Yeah I know but jesus not everything looked that bad.
I kinda like the blocky, brown-and-gray aesthetic of other stuff from the turn of the millennium. That, though, that is just vomit.
pic related. please help.
buttons doesn't change
Can I get viruses from pirating linux software and gaems?
>> Le so cutesy named after toy story characters distro
What the fuck are you talking about? Debian is named after Ian Murdoch and some woman (his wife or co-dev?) named Debra. It has nothing to do with Toy Story.