I've been using Arch Linux for about a year now, and although I love it, I'm thinking about doing a clean install of my SSD and switching to another OS. Are there any OSes where I won't run into as many problems and have the fun yet time-consuming problems of Arch while still keeping the Pacman package manager? I have heard of Manjaro but it feels like a step down from Arch.
Found it on FDroid
Its as if you are using AOSP Web Browser
What is the best operating system right now that ships with or puts effort into its implementation of the latest KDE Plasma desktop environment?
Why are there so many freetards on /g/? Don't they know 4chan runs on a closed-source backend?
>390 is showing it's age, have to run 2017 games at medium now
>waited a long time for Vega because I didn't wanna support Nvidia
>Vega is barely stronger than a single 1080
Who else a diehard AMD fan switching over to Nvidia?
Yes my friend I also once to use this "AMD" but now have great Nvidia product for use instead. It is very amazing experience and I tell to all my friends they must be buying this product.
Can someone deeper into infosec confirm for me that if you attack Xen directly this thing becomes useless?
Also what's a good book on information systems and securing them so I can try for myself?
i have only one tasteful small EFF sticker on the inside of my t400 by the keyboard where i can personally see and enjoy it.
on my home server i have one tasteless sticker of an autistic 2hu catgirl wearing a hat which says "cock".
no pictures because i believe doing that will steal the souls trapped inside of my electronic devices.
>on my home server i have one tasteless sticker of an autistic 2hu catgirl wearing a hat which says "cock".
>on my home server i have one tasteless sticker of an autistic 2hu catgir
is this you?
Hey /g/ I'm trying to use Brutus to retrieve a password off of pof.com (plentyoffish) but I get stuck with Engaging target www.pof.com/viewrespond.aspx with HTTP (Form) anyone ever use this program know what I'm doing wrong? pic related
If it's so bad, why don't we hear more from enterprise against systemd and not just what seems to be mainly fat Gentoo nerds?
I ask especially because they use systemd where I work, and while I actually find it handy, declarative service files, timers, simple daemons, journalctl, etc., all the vulnerabilities that keeps cropping up makes me a bit nervous, wondering if I should start learning how to deploy *BSD or one of the more exotic GNU/Linux distros for when the shit hits the fan.
It's good for corporations, bad for individual Unix hackers.
Guess who has the money and the influence?
It's like saying "If US foreign policy is so bad, why don't we hear more criticism from the guys who know it best: politicians and generals?"
What does /g/ recommend for a gaming PC? Would purchasing a gaming laptop such as the 16/1TB 17.3" Core i7 Gaming Laptop be as good as building my own PC or is there something on the market better and cheaper?
>What does /g/ recommend for a gaming PC?
build your own, there is a general to help you. It is also reeeeeeeaaaaaaaaly easy. It's like putting together a 10 piece lego set.
>Would purchasing a gaming laptop
Thank you comrade
Will the general tell me what parts can fit in my budget along with how well this build will perform compared to other builds of the same price
I remember the times when folks from Antartica send "I Kiss You" selfies to Mahir.
Yeah, I remember mahir. I also remember the first (afaik) internet meme "x ate my balls", where the first x was Mr. T, and then later was Elmo, Spice Girls, and various other celebrities.
Post your filthy insides
Updated photo edition
>FreeBSD/TrueOS more downloaded than Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Arch and Solus
when did you realize normies moved to *BSD?
I'm trying to get multiple monitors running in jewbuntu but it's not going well because I have them plugged into different sources. My main monitor is plugged into my GPU but the secondary is plugged into the iGPU on my Asus mobo, and gnu plus linux throws a fucking fit. It'll recognize it long enough to throw a xubuntu splash screen up, but afterwards, nothing doing. Windows 7 is working fine, however.
I don't really have any options here. It can't be plugged in anywhere else, and I'm not very well going to buy a DisplayPort to VGA adapter. I've googled around for some time now, and all the ass bandits on forums are willing to say is the standard "ummm you dont need to be able to do that...... banned, troll"