How long before botnet advances so much we end up with this, /g/?
>The penguin called gentoo because brush like tail
>Stallman never used a brush in his life
is it worth to own an iphone?
So /g/, what are the best pieces of software for GNU/Linux?
That you often use, that you know, that you like or that are just fun.
I'd like to know more console based solutions.
For example: HTop, VTop, Glances, Pass, Neofetch, Inxi, Speedtest-cli, NameBench, Mosh, etc.
Other software I like: Guacamole, Dash, XFCE Terminal, Kitty, PCManFM, Vivaldi, VMM, etc.
Also, what about UEFI tools? I have rEFInd, and I currently have entries for the OEM's HW Diagnostics and Memtest86.
I don't mind proprietary or closed source software. Meme software that's interesting is welcome too.
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Is the following post the only way to programmatically create a session in i3? I took it from a post on an earlier thread
>you want a mini tutorial?
>Launch your programs and put them in position then execute the next command:
i3-save-tree --workspace 1 > ~/.i3/workspace-1.json
edit that json file and replace the class name and/or instance with the program name use xprop if you dont know the names
// "title": "^emacs\\@beemo$",
// "transient_for": "^$"
in your i3 config file (put the proper names)
# Load layouts
exec --no-startup-id "i3-msg 'workspace 1; append_layout ~/.config/i3/workspace-1.json'"
then lauch the programs:
exec --no-startup-id "i3-msg 'workspace 1; exec urxvt -name ncmpcpp -e ncmpcpp'"
exec --no-startup-id "i3-msg 'workspace 1; exec urxvt -name vis -e vis'"
exec --no-startup-id "i3-msg 'workspace 1; exec uxterm -name clock -e tty-clock -c -s -C 3'"
programs that arent made by faggots like pottering give you the chance yo rename their name as seen in the example above
Anyone using neovim? What plugins do you use if any?
Are all vim plugins compatible?
I just want to have a simple setup with the project tree (I think nerdtree does this?), nice tabbing (maybe just need to learn buffers), some kind of way to debug/lint if relevant to language.
Anyone know what Ubuntu fags should do when they reach the part of this that needs e4crypt?
I tried apt install e4crypt, doesn't seem to exist.
The command before that
sudo tune2fs -O encrypt /dev/sdb1
tune2fs 1.42.13 (17-May-2015)
Invalid filesystem option set: encrypt
doesn't work either. Not sure why not. This is Ubuntu 16.04.3.
Testing out fs level encryption on a 4gb usb drive.
Some dude in the last thread said that fsencrypt may not be enabled in the Ubuntu kernel but how would I check if it is?
And has anyone got this working on Ubuntu? Or even a different distro?
i'm new to Android, how come apps keep automatically updating even though as far as I can tell I have three (3) automatic update settings turned off
in the play store auto updates is off
in settings "download updates automatically" is turned off
in settings "auto update" is turned off
How much money did this logo cost?
Recommend me a Thinkpad that won't do this, or doesn't require 2 hours of disassembly to clean the heatsink?
Anyone else facing this problem while trying to access RARbg:?
It works when i use VPN .
>inb4 private trackers
>he fell for the early upgrade meme
>he didn't wait for IceLake/Volta
b-but i like / want pascal, it would be a notch up for me.
Why do people use this fucking garbage?
Does anybody have any interesting .onion links
Why isn't AMD (or the video card manufacturers, I don't know how it works) ramping up production of RX cards? Or are they doing that and it gets sold out anyways?
>ramp up production of GPUs for mining boom
>mining bust comes
>left with thousands of GPUs you have to sell at a loss before the next generation goes into production
I need a question answered
I am using antergos with xfce
Should I switch to cinnamon or gnome?
I won't choose mate because It's a useless piece of crap and a memory hog