>According to sources at Canonical, Ubuntu Linux's parent company, and Microsoft, you'll soon be able to run Ubuntu on Windows 10.
>This will be more than just running the Bash shell on Windows 10. After all, thanks to programs such as Cygwin or MSYS utilities, hardcore Unix users have long been able to run the popular Bash command line interface (CLI) on Windows.
>With this new addition,...
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Does it mean that Ubuntu users can finally play vidya?
Why is it so hard to find brick and mortar stores that sell PC parts?
I've been looking for a reasonably priced hard drive for days now, but big chains like Best Buy and Office Max hike up the price by at least 50% and only carry name brands.
What is the best keyboard app?
>tfw you want to watch animu after a long day of work only to find xorg spontaneously exploded again
Diary of an arch user
so has anyone figured out how to let android send imessages yet
come on people, it's 2016
Would you guys recommend the chromebook pixel? For $1300 you get an i7 with 16GB of ram; the downsides are, no function keys, no thunderbolt 3, and a 64GB limit on the SSD. If I were to purchase one, I'd wipe chrome OS and install fedora or arch.
Are AMD motherboards worth it?
So this happened to me today
>wake up at 6am
>turn laptop on
>go for breakfast
>head back to room to use laptop
>all of the sudden windows starts asking for a password
So i've been trying to fix this thing for a while now, and no results,what should i do in order to hack this /g/entoomens.
Sounds like you're living in a college dorm. Common sense should have told you that you needed a password on your machine before you ever got there. When you don't have a password on a machine that's around other kids, shit like this happens.
go yell at your roommate and threaten to beat him up if he doesn't tell you what password he put on your machine.
Are workstation motherboards worth it?
>not using kvm pass through
>I understand privacy, but I wonder what if inside a disabled iPhone was the password to block the explosion of an atomic bomb planted by terrorists in Rome, then what do we do? Do we let it explode?
Should we save Rome in that scenario or should we care more about our privacy?
I still have 2.0
Has it got better in other versions or are they still shit?
What's going on with Microsoft? Why are they just getting on that GNU+Linux dick now?
Possibly: They realize that devs haven't liked their environment for years, and that they actually do have to be compatible with *nix to maintain any relevance outside the desktop. Which is a shrinking market, even in business-land, since most employees can use phones, tablets, or chromebooks for everything they do, especially if Office is a web app.
More likely: just a blip on the track of the corporate schizophrenia that is Microsoft's strategy. Probably some manager who works in Azure said "Hey, guys. The whole cloud runs on Linux, we gotta be more compatible with them if we want more people to use our cloud!" And they believed him and will follow this path for a year until that guy moves to some other team, at which point it'll all be forgotten about, because MS management has the memory of a goldfish.
After biting the bullet and not repairing my cracked iPhone 6, I dropped it again today and pieces of glass came out. Will apple repair this or am I fucked?