Fuck the bonnet is real.
>make Instagram account to follow hot models
>instantly flooded with hot Asian girls following me with out even having any pictures on my profile.
Fuck they know about my yellow fever.
It's 2016 and Linux is finally starting to grow in desktop usage.
You know what's going to kill it before it gets off the ground? How fucking garbage FOSS UX design is. So many UIs look straight out of the 90s and make hardly any sense.
There's one bright side. It's FOSS software.
What can we do about it?
ITT: Recent good hardware designs that are overlooked because they are not shiny smartphones
I'm 42 years old.
I just graduated from my local community college with an Associate Degree in Computer programming. It took me 2 years to get degree (69 credit hours). I'm looking for a position as an entry level java developer.
Why can't I find a job? I can't even get an interview. Not one. Is it because I'm too old?
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Who remembers e-machines?
Who wouldn't remember them? The brand died not even over ten years ago
they held onto the rapidly shifting PC market for a while by being cheap and then died as a result of competition/buyouts whatever the hell it was. People likely still own them and you can find the clunkers anywhere you find shit people don't want
There were better, smarter phones at the time. Why did mainstream take the dumbed down route?
Why was Symbian demonised for being too hard and complicated when both the iPhone and Android have grown to be Symbian clones?
I'm switching back to Linux after 5 years of working on a m$ box. I used fedora through college, is it still good or has red-hat stomped it to an unstable mess? If not Fedora what do i use? Ubuntu or Suse? Update me /g/.
I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you’re referring to as Linux, is in fact, GNU/Linux, or as I’ve recently taken to calling it, GNU plus Linux. Linux is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning GNU system made useful by the GNU corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX.
Many computer users run a modified version of the GNU system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of GNU which is widely used today is often...
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stability has never been an issue, and it's still not
if you want easy configs use *buntu, vm some flavours see what de you like
if you want more current check like fedora or arch if you're an edgemaster
What's the best free antivir?
Common Sense 2016 Pro edition. It's free, open source and works on every operating system.
Let us discuss alternative and renewable energy sources. Anything non-fossil goes.
How do we bring about a cleaner future?
Is it worth upgrading to 802.11n to AC?
Hey /g/. I programmed a fully customizable virtual assistant. What's the best way for me to distribute it?
This is what it looks like, you can choose any gif or static image, as well as customize every response to whatever input you want. There's also an option to take feed input into cleverbot and get a response that way.
I saw someone posting in the desktop thread, and did some reading on it. What's the main appeal? runnit and ports tree?
Anyone here running it?
>What's the main appeal?
xbps package manager
I ran it for a while but sometimes it didn't even started the graphical display (don't know if it was due to cinnamon or general)
All right, I'll have to try it out. Run minimal arch, so shouldn't be that different.
I feel trapped by /g/ and 4chan all day.
What other websites do you waste your time with, /g/?
why are you spending time looking for ways to waste time?
Learn some useful shit instead.