Explain to me why you think that having ALL software be free is a good and/or reasonable idea.
Do this using principles of economics.
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Welcome to /fglt/. We are always open to users of all levels, including absolute beginners.
There are four ways to try GNU/Linux, you can:
0) Install a GNU/Linux OS on a VM (Virtual Machine/VirtualBox) for "safety purposes"
1) Use the Live ISO directly without installing anything, that way, you can get a "full GNU/Linux experience".
2) Dual-boot GNU/Linux with Windows/Mac (recommended if you want to learn more about GNU/Linux)
3) Go balls...
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err I put the .iso on to my regular hard drive, then used Rufus to configure the usb drive as a bootable. Seemed to work, and it took me to the Ubuntu installer. I'll try the install again and report back. The problem before was that it was stuck on creating ext4 directory or something like that. New to all this.
Does USC offer a good CS program, /g/?
Yeah im talking about SoCal
From what I've heard their CS program is bretty good at making sure you get a job and marketable skills.
In three months you won't even remember what an "OwnCloud" even was. You'll be surprised to find out you never even really wanted it, you only thought you did.
Reddit discovers the command line and it immediately makes the front page.
Is this really what the world is coming to?
No, it doesn't.
Why are you not using Ubuntu LTS 16.04 yet, /g/?
Because Jessie Is better.
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who here /4kmasterrace/?
just joined today. Samsung has a fucking great deal on amazon
Post moe technology
If everything went right in IT and computing, how would computers and their software look right now, in your opinion?
* no x86
* title bar never would be handled by the wm
* C would have symbolic imported modules instead of header/implementation
* hardware vendors like Intel wouldn't pretend they could do security
You continue, anon.
Every time I boot up my windows 8.1 computer it does this, and it's stuck, and I don't know what to do. This started happening after I installed a few updates today. Halp!
What are your thoughts on the DEFCON conferences?
For anyone that doesn't know it's a yearly hacking conference that happens in Las Vegas at the end of July early August.
It's so intriguing to me, currently my favorite speaker was Jayson Street at DEFCON 19.
Check it out and tell me what you think.. This presentation was about social engineering/penetration testing.
How do I stop Firefox from gradually trashing most of my RAM after a few hours of use? Having to restart it daily is getting annoying. Having limited amounts of tabs and bartab aren't being helpful
Does anybody here have any tips for learning Prolog?
When I start learning a language, the first thing I do is work through the first few Project Euler problems. Thing is, it's become pretty obvious that Prolog isn't a very good language for cute math problems. Can any of you /g/entlemen suggest some small projects where Prolog might really shine, or tell me some things that Prolog is really good for?
who designed this os? two choices that open the same fucking window!!!
>need to enter control panel to change some settings
>navigate to it
>get a simplified menu for illiterates
>have to click through 300 pages to get through the one I want
what were they thinking? what the fuck were they smoking?
Nevermind the fact that there's two completely separate control panels and the new one just opens shit in the old one because they were to lazy to upgrade
Still a pretty nice OS though
>one of first rpms
>comes with great support for both kde/gnome/xfce
>great stability(Leap 42.1)
Why haven't you tried it yet?