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OS/distro thread Anonymous Board owner 11/29/2020 (Sun) 09:22:21 [Preview] No. 14501
Which OS and/or distro do you run and why that one?


Anonymous 12/01/2020 (Tue) 00:27:00 [Preview] No.14503 del
>>14501
Mainly Elementery OS and Arch Linux. I like the simplicity of it. It doesn't feel bloated like Gentoo


Anonymous 12/01/2020 (Tue) 00:52:04 [Preview] No.14504 del
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It's actually Armbian (they use Ubuntu and Debian for upstream). This is 32-bit ARM Cortex-A7. I like old stuff, not new stuff. But I'm not gonna pay collector prices for a 30+ year old computer, so this is what I have instead.


Anonymous 12/01/2020 (Tue) 13:34:54 [Preview] No.14505 del
Artix on Desktop Void on Laptop.

I was used to use OpenBSD and Gentoo, but there is really little advantage when using any BSD compared to Linux. Artix just werks and I can do everything I need to do on it, while still satisfying my autism. Void is similarly good.


Anonymous 12/02/2020 (Wed) 00:58:45 [Preview] No.14507 del
Windows 7, because I'm not a tranny and typing commands is from the 90s.


Anonymous 12/02/2020 (Wed) 01:37:27 [Preview] No.14508 del
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>>14507
The 90's is actually when the industry jews started pushing GUIs really hard, so they could get more nigger cattle to work their systems, as well as sell more computers and software to the public (hence Windows 95 replacing DOS altogether rather than remaining as an optional add-on). Their ultimate goal was, as always, de-skilling the industry, just as they did 100 years prior with factory workers. Search for the video "Human Resources - Social Engineering in the 20th Century" if you want to learn more about that.


Anonymous 12/07/2020 (Mon) 16:57:21 [Preview] No.14512 del
Arch Linux. I can't spend hours compiling everything from source in my laptop.


Peace


Anonymous 12/07/2020 (Mon) 22:58:52 [Preview] No.14516 del
NT 3.51 you fucks.


Anonymous 12/08/2020 (Tue) 12:41:50 [Preview] No.14518 del
>>14501
PureOS because it's free as in freedom and works for me


Anonymous 12/16/2020 (Wed) 02:01:59 [Preview] No.14525 del
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>>14508
Well, putting basic, *sh, and such chicken scratch into the terminal was never much of a skill anyway.
DAY OF THE SEAL SOON


Anonymous 12/16/2020 (Wed) 13:49:53 [Preview] No.14526 del
>>14525
The typing part isn't where the skill is. It's more about having deep knowledge about your computer, and being able to make it do whatever you want ALL BY YOURSELF. Today everyone relies on complicated, bloated, buggy OS, frameworks, libraries, compilers, and other grotesque frankenstein abominations. That means you are DEPENDENT on those to accomplish anything whatsoever. That means you can't actually program, much less use your computer without those. You simply don't have the necessary skills to live without them. Terry Davis tried to show you the way, but he failed. Now you're on your own, or rather just another slave to modern technology.


Anonymous 12/18/2020 (Fri) 18:47:54 [Preview] No.14527 del
>>14525
Make your operating system and name it 0DayOfTheSealOS or maybe just SealOS


Anonymous 12/21/2020 (Mon) 14:39:07 [Preview] No.14533 del
Gentoo.
Stuff is fast (after it is compiled) and it is pretty easy to patch shit.


Anonymous 12/27/2020 (Sun) 18:01:36 [Preview] No.14536 del
Debian, working great for me also none of the Ubuntu bs + Apt is one of the best package managers.


Anonymous 01/10/2021 (Sun) 01:16:52 [Preview] No.14560 del
FreeBSD and Fedora.



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