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LegoManiac04
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This and this.

-ElectronicArts-
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zorin os ui looks sick

MagicCrayon9342
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-ElectronicArts- wrote:

zorin os ui looks sick
I can't help but notice you have 435 unread messages.

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/676917926/

Tired of the mainstream browsers being so darn slow, taking so much RAM on your super old laptop. Well, Catalyst is the solution. It is a zero compromise browser that will run on anything! Available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux! It is super fast and customizable with a fresh and modern UI!!!.

Always use the latest version of an antivirus. To get the latest security and protection, it is also recommended to use the latest version of MacOS or one that get's security patches. Update your software or you will regret it, and you will have several risks waiting for you.

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--Velocity--
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Oh no, GNOME has got some competition…
I'm looking at you System76 and Maui Shell developers.

Wait, what if System76 made their own linux smartphone?

Hey. I use arch btw. I also use a Fedora Silverblue system too!


MagicCrayon9342
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--Velocity-- wrote:

Oh no, GNOME has got some competition…
I'm looking at you System76 and Maui Shell developers.

Wait, what if System76 made their own linux smartphone?
I failed to compile Maui so I have to wait for RPMs

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/676917926/

Tired of the mainstream browsers being so darn slow, taking so much RAM on your super old laptop. Well, Catalyst is the solution. It is a zero compromise browser that will run on anything! Available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux! It is super fast and customizable with a fresh and modern UI!!!.

Always use the latest version of an antivirus. To get the latest security and protection, it is also recommended to use the latest version of MacOS or one that get's security patches. Update your software or you will regret it, and you will have several risks waiting for you.

<script>
alert(“XSS”)
</script>
kccuber
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dhuls wrote:

Chiroyce wrote:

(#538)
just realised that theres a paid version of gimp on the Micro$oft store - im crying rn

official site - https://www.gimp.org/downloads/
m$ store - https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/gimp-image-editor-pro/9n17cr1nhff7

Fortunately reviewers are calling them out.
Also there's more of them
if it was up to the GIMP devs, it would be closed source by now, just like paint.net, because sad ppl who just are looking for a money grab download the installer and change a bit of the stuff and publish to the MS Store.


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Socialix
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Chiroyce wrote:

just realised that theres a paid version of gimp on the Micro$oft store - im crying rn

official site - https://www.gimp.org/downloads/
m$ store - https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/gimp-image-editor-pro/9n17cr1nhff7

ah yes, photo editing in vr. what a great idea!


also microsoft whats windows 10 version 0.0?


socialix - lives on earth - why is there a penguin breaking my window? - uses inconsistent operating system version 10 - signatures are overrated
Harakou
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Good grief. Please stop with the personal attacks, derisive comments and generalizations. If this topic becomes another heated OS debate then it's going to stay closed next time.

To be clear: Bringing up challenges you have had while using or attempting to switch to a Linux distribution, and discussing solutions? Totally cool - that's healthy, valuable conversation. However, dismissing others' problems, looking down your nose at other users with legitimate use cases for not using the Correct OS, or commenting just to start a fight about an OS you're not actually interested in is not a good use of this space.

Last edited by Harakou (Jan. 2, 2022 20:45:48)

--Velocity--
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MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

--Velocity-- wrote:

Oh no, GNOME has got some competition…
I'm looking at you System76 and Maui Shell developers.

Wait, what if System76 made their own linux smartphone?
I failed to compile Maui so I have to wait for RPMs
Oh Nose!

Harakou wrote:

Good grief. Please stop with the personal attacks, derisive comments and generalizations. If this topic becomes another heated OS debate then it's going to stay closed next time.

To be clear: Bringing up challenges you have had while using or attempting to switch to a Linux distribution, and discussing solutions? Totally cool - that's healthy, valuable conversation. However, dismissing others' problems, looking down your nose at other users with legitimate use cases for not using the Correct OS, or commenting just to start a fight about an OS you're not actually interested in is not a good use of this space.

Did a flame war happen?

Hey. I use arch btw. I also use a Fedora Silverblue system too!


MagicCrayon9342
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--Velocity-- wrote:

(#529)

MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

--Velocity-- wrote:

Oh no, GNOME has got some competition…
I'm looking at you System76 and Maui Shell developers.

Wait, what if System76 made their own linux smartphone?
I failed to compile Maui so I have to wait for RPMs
Oh Nose!

Harakou wrote:

Good grief. Please stop with the personal attacks, derisive comments and generalizations. If this topic becomes another heated OS debate then it's going to stay closed next time.

To be clear: Bringing up challenges you have had while using or attempting to switch to a Linux distribution, and discussing solutions? Totally cool - that's healthy, valuable conversation. However, dismissing others' problems, looking down your nose at other users with legitimate use cases for not using the Correct OS, or commenting just to start a fight about an OS you're not actually interested in is not a good use of this space.

Did a flame war happen?
don't bring it up

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/676917926/

Tired of the mainstream browsers being so darn slow, taking so much RAM on your super old laptop. Well, Catalyst is the solution. It is a zero compromise browser that will run on anything! Available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux! It is super fast and customizable with a fresh and modern UI!!!.

Always use the latest version of an antivirus. To get the latest security and protection, it is also recommended to use the latest version of MacOS or one that get's security patches. Update your software or you will regret it, and you will have several risks waiting for you.

<script>
alert(“XSS”)
</script>
--Velocity--
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ajsya wrote:

MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

ajsya wrote:

ajsya wrote:

MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

ajsya wrote:

kccuber wrote:

i dont have any idea, theres 20 year old laptops that run it fine to macbooks that once hated MacOS but like Ubuntu for some reason, so this is a really open ended question. Try something with a maybe 6th or 7th gen Intel CPU (2 core is fine, i have 2 laptops which run linux fine on 2 cores)

MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

You don't need to buy a laptop with Linux preinstalled. Get a good ol' Windows computer and just install Linux. Come on man, Linux isn't for money making.
I don't have a random computer lying around that I can use so I'd have to buy something from my local store… but I don't really like spending money. But I get a new Chromebook next year, so then I might be able to convert my old one.
WHY did you ask for a Chromebook, that's WORSE than what you have.
I didn't ask for a Chromebook. My school gives them to us. (Well I think we buy them cheap through the school). And they're getting upgraded next year so I'll get a new one and then I can do whatever I want with my old one.

I think this is what I got: https://www.lenovo.com/ao/en/laptops/thinkpad/11e-series/c/11e-series
They come pre-installed with a restricted version of ChromeOS that the school has complete control over.
oh, oh that's worse. and your paying for it are you not?
Yeah, I think my parents bought it for cheap from the school under probably a contract or something. idk how it works. Probably standard, but I think it's fully ours after how many years.
Hmm take a look at galliumOS

Hey. I use arch btw. I also use a Fedora Silverblue system too!


9pfs
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god286 wrote:

I'm not able to go in a recovery USB for windows I think
Then download a Windows 11 .iso (or Windows 10) and flash it to a USB.
https://www.microsoft.com/software-download/windows11

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topic/571765 MUST be apologized for.
Turns out, it was!!!

MagicCrayon9342
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9pfs wrote:

(#532)

god286 wrote:

I'm not able to go in a recovery USB for windows I think
Then download a Windows 11 .iso (or Windows 10) and flash it to a USB.
https://www.microsoft.com/software-download/windows11
What does he mean by “not able to go in a recovery USB from Windows I think”

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/676917926/

Tired of the mainstream browsers being so darn slow, taking so much RAM on your super old laptop. Well, Catalyst is the solution. It is a zero compromise browser that will run on anything! Available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux! It is super fast and customizable with a fresh and modern UI!!!.

Always use the latest version of an antivirus. To get the latest security and protection, it is also recommended to use the latest version of MacOS or one that get's security patches. Update your software or you will regret it, and you will have several risks waiting for you.

<script>
alert(“XSS”)
</script>
9pfs
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MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

9pfs wrote:

(#532)

god286 wrote:

I'm not able to go in a recovery USB for windows I think
Then download a Windows 11 .iso (or Windows 10) and flash it to a USB.
https://www.microsoft.com/software-download/windows11
What does he mean by “not able to go in a recovery USB from Windows I think”
Not sure

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topic/571765 MUST be apologized for.
Turns out, it was!!!

god286
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MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

What does he mean by “not able to go in a recovery USB from Windows I think”
The hard drive is broken
no need to solve it

meowclient
Typescript and ESM support
Kind-of good documentation
Easy to use
meowclient


                 _ ____  ___   __   
__ _ ___ __| |___ \( _ ) / /_
/ _` |/ _ \ / _` | __) / _ \| '_ \
| (_| | (_) | (_| |/ __/ (_) | (_) |
\__, |\___/ \__,_|_____\___/ \___/
|___/
^ inspired by @Chiroyce, made with figlet
LegoManiac04
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--Velocity-- wrote:

ajsya wrote:

Yeah, I think my parents bought it for cheap from the school under probably a contract or something. idk how it works. Probably standard, but I think it's fully ours after how many years.
Hmm take a look at galliumOS
Probably not best to tamper with school hardware.

MagicCrayon9342
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god286 wrote:

(#535)

MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

What does he mean by “not able to go in a recovery USB from Windows I think”
The hard drive is broken
no need to solve it
oh god (not your name, not the other thing either) how will you log into scratch now?

Last edited by MagicCrayon9342 (Jan. 2, 2022 23:10:17)


https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/676917926/

Tired of the mainstream browsers being so darn slow, taking so much RAM on your super old laptop. Well, Catalyst is the solution. It is a zero compromise browser that will run on anything! Available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux! It is super fast and customizable with a fresh and modern UI!!!.

Always use the latest version of an antivirus. To get the latest security and protection, it is also recommended to use the latest version of MacOS or one that get's security patches. Update your software or you will regret it, and you will have several risks waiting for you.

<script>
alert(“XSS”)
</script>
MagicCrayon9342
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The small, poor penguin was destroyed by a
 sudo rm -rf /* --no-preserve-root 
.

only linux users will understand.

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/676917926/

Tired of the mainstream browsers being so darn slow, taking so much RAM on your super old laptop. Well, Catalyst is the solution. It is a zero compromise browser that will run on anything! Available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux! It is super fast and customizable with a fresh and modern UI!!!.

Always use the latest version of an antivirus. To get the latest security and protection, it is also recommended to use the latest version of MacOS or one that get's security patches. Update your software or you will regret it, and you will have several risks waiting for you.

<script>
alert(“XSS”)
</script>
god286
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MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

(#538)

The small, poor penguin was destroyed by a
 sudo rm -rf /* --no-preserve-root 
.

only linux users will understand.
I'm a mac user and I understand.
They should actually get rid of –no-preserve-root it makes no sense.
If you want to get rid of all your files and your necessary system functions, formatting is better.

meowclient
Typescript and ESM support
Kind-of good documentation
Easy to use
meowclient


                 _ ____  ___   __   
__ _ ___ __| |___ \( _ ) / /_
/ _` |/ _ \ / _` | __) / _ \| '_ \
| (_| | (_) | (_| |/ __/ (_) | (_) |
\__, |\___/ \__,_|_____\___/ \___/
|___/
^ inspired by @Chiroyce, made with figlet
MagicCrayon9342
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god286 wrote:

(#539)

MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

(#538)

The small, poor penguin was destroyed by a
 sudo rm -rf /* --no-preserve-root 
.

only linux users will understand.
I'm a mac user and I understand.
They should actually get rid of –no-preserve-root it makes no sense.
If you want to get rid of all your files and your necessary system functions, formatting is better.
Commands in Linux are supposed to be expandable and extensible in functionality.

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/676917926/

Tired of the mainstream browsers being so darn slow, taking so much RAM on your super old laptop. Well, Catalyst is the solution. It is a zero compromise browser that will run on anything! Available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux! It is super fast and customizable with a fresh and modern UI!!!.

Always use the latest version of an antivirus. To get the latest security and protection, it is also recommended to use the latest version of MacOS or one that get's security patches. Update your software or you will regret it, and you will have several risks waiting for you.

<script>
alert(“XSS”)
</script>

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