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Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-20 19:27:29 ⋅ 5mn
No. 110392
>everything besides FOSS is a botnet >using anything besides some Linux distros or BSD is cancer >the more obscure the distro - the better >Arch ... was good, but Gentoo is better >KDE is for brainlets >GNOME is for brainlets but also - soy and cancer >Tiling window maanagers should be the only UI people should use >Peak UI design was in 1994 >UI desing and styling is cancer and not needed >Wayland is cancer >systemd is cancer >pulseaudio is probably cancer >JS is cancer and root of all problems also soy and writing it should be bannable offence >TS Python and Go are soy and cancer >Rust is not soy, okay, but it's trannysocks and cancer and not needed >Everyone should use C and bashscript and nothing else >okay maybe some obscure academic languages should be permitted also >WYSIWG document editors are cancer, everyone should use LaTeX >websites should be plain HTML-only, but HTML may actually be cancer >Doing anything besides infosec / sysadmin is cancer
Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-20 19:31:08 ⋅ 5mn No. 110393
also >vim >i mean VIM >USE VIM
Germany Bernd 2021-02-20 20:40:36 ⋅ 5mn No. 110395
WerentÄt you just complaining about wayland?
Germany Bernd 2021-02-20 23:01:27 ⋅ 5mn No. 110408
I mean that's just what you get if you put some tech autists together in a closed environment. As someone who loves Python, earns his daily lunch with mainly JS and never even uaed Linux, I don't even try to post there.
Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-20 23:22:00 ⋅ 5mn No. 110409
>>110395 >WerentÄt you just complaining about wayland? indeed i suspect that Wayland and systemd are basically a trojan horse [spoiler]but i'm not very knowledgable about history of Linux ecosystem, and how much of it has roots in corporate donations, rather than individual volunteers' commitment[/spoiler]

Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-19 15:02:56 ⋅ 5mn No. 110284
Linux distros are now moving towards Wayland (built by Canonical) and major DE players planning on dropping support for X11, which can pretty much kill the graphical desktops on BSD and many reluctand distros since Wayland relies pretty heavily on systemd (built by Red Hat), which no BSD distro and all the reluctant Linux distros doesn't have does it mean, that once the support for X11 ends, we may expect, apart from forking, that some developers would move towards other OS projects, which exist outside of linux-systemd-wayland ecosystem such as Haiku?
United Kingdom Bernd 2021-02-19 15:24:06 ⋅ 5mn No. 110286
But Wayland has been mostly written by red hat, canonical took ages until they gave up on mir. Also soon there will be nvidia support for xwayland, so the last obstacle towards using it everywhere is gone. Who cares about some random distro noone uses anyways, if they want to stick with Xorg they can, they just have to maintain it themselves.
Germany Bernd 2021-02-19 16:27:07 ⋅ 5mn No. 110287
Irrelevant and obscurantist distros will continue to exist and brew their own alternatives to the systemd ecosystem. Maybe some will die, but some will persist. They are shit already anyway, so I don't worry about this.
Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-19 18:46:23 ⋅ 5mn No. 110292
>>110287 >obscurantist distros >They are shit already anyway i use Artix with Plasma, and i wouldn't say it is any worse than Manjaro
Germany Bernd 2021-02-19 21:56:31 ⋅ 5mn No. 110299
>>110292 Good for you if it works. Personally, I don’t care for Distros whose gimmick it is not to use systemd. I just pick whatever is most suitable for my use case from the most popular, best supported ones. Right now it’s Debian for me and kubuntu for my mum.

Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-17 18:22:28 ⋅ 5mn No. 110140
do you use picrelated? if yes, have you tried to pick instance of searx from searx.space and use that? if yes, why do you still prefer picrelated to searx?
Turkey Bernd 2021-02-17 18:37:52 ⋅ 5mn No. 110144
I use google chrome on windows 10 with no vpns or anything
Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-17 19:14:54 ⋅ 5mn No. 110147
>>110143 >What is it? open source, decentralyzed and anonymous search engine that parasytes on other search engines, basically taking the results from them and not giving any bit of your data in return the drawback is, you either need to use some public instance of the engine [spoiler]it's okay so far[/spoiler], hosted by some individuals, or self host it yourself
Germany Bernd 2021-02-17 19:27:02 ⋅ 5mn No. 110149
>>110147 Interesting, will test.
Germany Bernd 2021-02-19 16:27:39 ⋅ 5mn No. 110288
>>110143 same

Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-16 20:47:15 ⋅ 5mn No. 110036
to update the apt-get itself type: [b]apt-get update[/b] pretty straightforward, right? to update all packages type: [b]apt-get upgrade[/b] pretty simple, right? to update a single package type: [b]apt-get update && apt-get upgrade[/b] and a [b]package name[/b] because why not both, right?
Russia Bernd 2021-02-17 16:45:08 ⋅ 5mn No. 110118
>>110054 You don't understand what [b]update[/b] actually does and does not. It does not install or update any packages, that's why it does not require any arguments. Actually, you can execute [i]apt-get upgrade <package_name>[/i] without calling [i]apt-get update[/i] before and install a package. Here is your one word.
Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-17 17:08:36 ⋅ 5mn No. 110120
>>110118 >Actually, you can execute apt-get upgrade <package_name> without calling apt-get update didn't worked for me this way and the line i posted in OP i found in a tutorial: https://www.3cx.com/blog/voip-howto/os-security-updates-debian/#:~:text=To%20update%20a%20single%20package,name%20we%20want%20to%20update.&text=Press%20%E2%80%9Cspace%E2%80%9D%20to%20scroll%20through,apt%2Dget%20upgrade%20packagename%20command. so i assumed apt-get is just retarded
Russia Bernd 2021-02-17 17:15:32 ⋅ 5mn No. 110123
>>110120 >didn't worked for me this way I'm 98% sure you did something wrong. Have you had somehow older version installed and then tried to install something newer? >apt-get is just retarded That's true, but it also applies to any other package manager which based on apt lib. So you won't find anything better most likely.
Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-17 17:31:40 ⋅ 5mn No. 110130
>>110123 >Have you had somehow older version installed and then tried to install something newer? yes, i tried to upgrade openjdk, but apt-get threw "package not found" exception, despite the package was definitely installed this is why i started to think that apt-get (or whatever is in under the hood) is retarded >So you won't find anything better most likely. that Ubuntu machine is not mine on my machine i use pacman pacman options are less intuitive i'd say, but way easier to memorize IMO

alternative hypertext protocols

Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-16 19:29:16 ⋅ 5mn
No. 110031
there are protocols still existing and somewhat popular among the tech hipsters who seek to make their lives harder like Gopher and Gemini what's the deal with them? what benefits do they have comparing to HTTP? inb4 JavaScript, you can have a fully functioning website without it
Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-16 20:01:29 ⋅ 5mn No. 110033
>>110032 AFAIK both alternative protocols have their own respective standards of markup language, embedding JS into which is not currently possible
Turkey Bernd 2021-02-16 20:47:42 ⋅ 5mn No. 110037
>>110033 HTTP doesn't have to be associated with browser or text, its just data transfer protocol. JavaScript lies in browser domain. >embedding JS into which is not currently possible JS is a scripting language which is in another words is just a text that can be executed in runtime. So if protocol can transfer text it can transfer JS.
Australia Bernd 2021-02-17 00:11:09 ⋅ 5mn No. 110057
>>110031 Man, I used to love exploring around on Gopher. And it's not like TOR which is just full of stupid shit. The Gopher sites still up are all kinda quirky and interesting tech talk.
Russia Bernd 2021-02-17 17:11:58 ⋅ 5mn No. 110121
>>110032 >modern HTTP/2 has everything it needs Except for speed, weight and practically unusable in any not resource-based networks without knowing beforehand what resource you need. It's not even suitable for web as in 2021 there are still no agreement on how “real” REST interfaces should look like to not be shitty. And that's totally HTTP fault as URL/URI is the reason we can't normally identify different kinds of objects and actions upon them. And that's totally HTTP fault as there are only 8 strictly defined METHODS we can use, and they are pretty shitty in terms of extensibility tbh.

Germany Bernd 2021-02-16 21:38:40 ⋅ 5mn No. 110040
Posting in an tech boards. I'm somewhat of a noob compared to coders, but I know enough to have worked as a tech assistent at university. (Helping boomer professors using wifi and such.) I like using Linux and am fascinated with ricing. But I'm too low IQ to get it right. Often there are some problems, even if I try to follow a tutorial and then I can't fix the problem because all I find are thredas from 2009 that don't apply to my machine anymore and then new problems emerge... I'd like to get good at it, but I feel like it would be a full time job and I'm doing something else, not fiddling with computers as a full time job.
Germany Bernd 2021-02-16 22:19:56 ⋅ 5mn No. 110044
Motivations to get good at something that will yield profits <It's fun <It makes mad money Motivations to get good at something that will yield suffering and/or dissapointment <it would look cool to be good at that
Russia Bernd 2021-02-16 22:29:58 ⋅ 5mn No. 110046
>>110044 One of the best things about motivation I've ever read.

Theme of the thread

Russia Bernd 2021-02-16 22:31:23 ⋅ 5mn
No. 110047
Germany Bernd 2021-02-17 08:57:39 ⋅ 5mn No. 110071
>>110047 This is kinda bullshit. On windows it either works easily or it doesn't work at all. And in my job as IT support there have literally been problems that looked like the Linux one on your graphic. Two paid employees trying to figure out and fix why one computer didn't update for five years. Took two full work days to solve the problem. Linux on the other hand is just as easy for most things. I even installed Ubuntu for my mom, she figured out herself how to change wallpapers and installed two programs with me on the phone. With Linux, you can attempt to do things that just aren't possible on Windows, so you'd never have problems there, but if you choose to make it difficult for yourself, you can with Linux. Ricing is such a topic. You just can't rice Windows in any comparable way, so of course there can't be the same problems.