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Homescreen thread Anonymous 03/13/2024 (Wed) 14:03:34 No. 432 [Reply]
It aint much but its honest work
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>>432 I have to get a higher resolution picture of this wallpaper tho
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>>433 do you have your screen pic? can you post it please
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>>532 I recommend you first checking this: https://www.google.com/search?q=What+is+reverse+image+search%3F Now, I've already found the picture for you, here: https://gelbooru.com/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=7992242
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>>559 thank you very much!

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Anonymous 05/03/2024 (Fri) 21:47:17 No. 536 [Reply]
My Artix broke after updating and rebooting..
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>>548 yes
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>>536 You could say you gave it an artix-attack! :^)
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>>536 Just use Gentoo and be done with it.
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What's wrong with normal Arch? The only reason some people "hate" systemd is because someone on youtube or 4ddit told them that it's bad. If you use any Chrome or Firefox-based browser that's a piece of software that's 9999 times more bloated and 9999 times more vulnerable than systemd.
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>>557 There were multiple occasions where my machine wouldn't probably turn off because off systemd plus dinit is faster.

Anonymous 04/09/2024 (Tue) 01:30:38 No. 492 [Reply]
What's your text editor of choice? Vim for me
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Neovim
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>>527 Neovim is pretty fun to configure
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>>549 More like pain in the ass to configure
Your fortune: Average Luck
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https://vimuser.org/ https://www.emacsuser.org/ Just going to leave those here and let you use your judgement.
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Emacs syntax highlighting is as if it were not even there, it escapes me how you guys can navigate that in anything above 1000 lines. Macros are neigh indistinguishable from normal text.

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how to make your own imageboard? Anonymous 05/02/2024 (Thu) 20:57:28 No. 529 [Reply]
I want to make my own imageboard but I don't know how to make one. I don't know how to code haha. how to host it online and paying servers? I alao want it to support a lot of files (like webm, webp, gif, pdf, etc...)
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>>538 No problem! I hope you can do it, maybe you can create something new with the format.
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>>530 >>533 >>535 nice osaka pics
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>>541 I wish!
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>>541 thank you!
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>>535 He was 15, and retarded also :p

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linux distros for beginners Anonymous 05/05/2024 (Sun) 00:43:35 No. 539 [Reply]
what distro of linux is the best for a beginner in linux?
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Linux Mint. I recommend xcfe version.
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none just use whatever and with time you will learn how most stuff works

Desktop thread Anonymous 07/24/2023 (Mon) 12:34:30 No. 79 [Reply] [Last]
How does your desktop look like /t/? How ricy is it?
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Me proud of it
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>>504 What fucking shops stop you from using them without having a fucking mobile phone? I've never seen that. Although I do see your point about debit/credit cards but even then most shops still allow you to pay by cash, but what are you on about it being a social credit system, do you have schizophrenia?
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>>504 what a huge drama. Go live in desert i dunno or somewhere where only donkeys shit around what makes u struggle so much with civilization also post your desktop
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>>518 really? I still haven't seen any (offline) shops that don't support cash payment. In fact, I've seen shops actively discouraging using credit/debit cards to pay, at least around my area.
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Gentoo Linux General Anonymous 03/18/2024 (Mon) 03:07:08 No. 449 [Reply]
Any Gentoo Friends on this board? If so tell me what you love or hate about it. What USE flags do you use? In the meanwhile I will post some of my favorite Gentoo Desktops!!
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>>458 Yes here you go anon
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The only thing I hate is the slow emerge times , but it's because I have a shitty laptop Surprisingly this is the most stable I've felt using a linux distro
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You guys just made me interested in gentoo again. I used it for a couple years back when i was a noob and exploring. It was a bit difficult to set up then , over 10hrs of compilation. LOL this time it'll be much easier
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i love gentoo and i used it for years, but i got tired of having to compile everything, takes too damn long. i use debian now.
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>>507 we need more of this

Anonymous 10/21/2023 (Sat) 18:14:24 No. 231 [Reply]
What's your favorite programming language /t/?
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I use C# primarily but use python occasionally for ML purposes
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ALGOL
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>>231 C and I unironically like asm a lot because it makes me fell like le hackerman, most of my C code has 'asm "movq $0, %rax"' after every returning function because, its also a nice hardening bonus i guess
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>Fully Functional >JVM and Java Compatibility (actually can land you a backend job) >Concise syntax >>278 The thing I personally do not like about Clojure is how unflexible it is compared to Scala. It decided that mutability is le bad and you should avoid it, although some times, not going fully functional is the right path for some applications. But ClojureDart is really making me consider trying it out again.
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I like scheme, raku and C. I really love small languages.

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Battlestations Thread Anonymous 01/07/2024 (Sun) 00:00:07 No. 350 [Reply]
Post your own battlestation here! I got a new speakers and a subwoofer since three days ago!
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>>482 oh wow nice. looks comfy
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>>494 What's to say the people with good setups are neccasarily NEETs, sure this site has a lot of NEETs but I'm sure at least one person who browses this site has a job.
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>>495 Hustler mentality, NEET lifestyle here I guess it now is moreso autistic NEET mentality, I was offered a job to maintain the back-end of a server written in C but because I am writing a big personal project I did not want to do it. Sorry mom, I will find a job one day.
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>>509 or just develop a skill and monetize off it
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>>510 That does not sound really concrete and thought out... Have you ever even met a person who "learnt a skill" and got a good living out of it or done it yourself?

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Anonymous 03/27/2024 (Wed) 00:30:14 No. 472 [Reply]
Is it possible the change the icons set for the peer flags in qbittorrent?
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>>472 qbittorrent is open source (you dont need to read the code though), find in what directory its looking for the icons and swap the picture out for something to your liking >I mean there are presets I saw somewhere sometime on the internetz You should be able to find that too unless they did some web-based bs, in that case there is a forum you can ask in: forum.qbittorrent.org


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