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1 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2009-05-01 14:47 ID:G58KTFB2

Post in ubuntu 9.04.

118 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2017-01-16 19:48 ID:+xlryVYn

Holy fuck, seriously this thread 8 years old?

119 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2017-01-18 14:04 ID:bgSFT1wt

That's what I say about every single thread in this site

120 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2017-03-17 01:43 ID:FdQvwtpu

I had a dualboot of Win 7/Ubuntu but I never used Linux that much, eventually I just got rid of the partition on my harddisk to make room for more chinese cartoons.
Might mess around more with linux after I graduate.
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121 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2017-03-26 20:56 ID:Wbo1C7xe

Posted from GNU Hurd

122 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2017-03-29 06:57 ID:8mbra28x

Slackware -- it's secure, stable, and Real Linux.

123 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2017-03-29 13:39 ID:uvQEwV7v

>>122
Managing your own dependencies is a bit out there for me, and that's coming from a gentoo user. Might as well just do LFS. What's secure about resolving binary dependencies? No use flags, no thanks!

124 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2017-04-03 00:00 ID:9UtDRaVr

>>123
If you are unsatisfied with the default libraries, you may as well use sbopkg. It's a terminal-based interface that resolves dependencies, building official .tar.gzs using slackbuilds.

125 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2017-04-03 12:20 ID:GX2NB2Kn

W I N D O W S 2 0 0 0

126 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2017-04-03 18:40 ID:h78EpkNI

>>124
I can't part with portage. I used slackware years ago and it wasn't totally unpleasant. I'd certainly prefer it today to something that was difficult to de-bloat.

127 Name: 404 - Name Not Found : 2017-04-05 00:59 ID:NtyQkmC9

Arch, stability isn't a concern when you don't have a job!