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August 5, 2013 at 5:41 pm #65376Venn StoneKeymaster
Let us know what you hate and what you hate more.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuUZ6ccr … r_embedded
That is all, as you were.August 5, 2013 at 7:36 pm #68752
HOLY FUCKING DEEP FRIED BALLS OF CHRIST I DON’T KNOW WHERE TO BEGIN!
I fucking hate the Linux developers who think we are all r-tards who only want 10 years old 2d side scrolling indy games, and the ones who are too fucking lazy to spend the little extra time involved to port their precious fucking code to another OS.
Frogatto. Gateways. THAT FUCKING PONY BS! The majority of the gaming community treats Linux gamers like gimps, throwing us the proverbial bone occasionally and acting like they are doing us a favor. Half the shit that comes out of those last Humble bundles made me puke a slimy, green acid that ate through my Domino’s box.
Oh, while I’m at it, I hate Fedora. The average user of Fedora calls Arch/Gentoo/Slackware users ‘hipters’ while turning their noses up in the most hipster-type way. Hypocrites. So, lemme get this straight: Red hat wants me to put beta software on my rig so I can test their shit for them and make them money, and what do I get? Another release with more busted shit whenever they get around to releasing it. I mean, THEY BROKE THEIR INSTALLER! EVEN SHUTTLEWORTHS ‘Playskool Distro’ has a functioning installer. And only recently anything RESEMBLING an upgrade path! I typed ‘fedup’ into the bash prompt and ‘#so are we’ spit back out at me.
I hear alot about ‘time it takes to install Arch’. I had Arch up and running with LXDE in an hour on my machine, and I have heard on another podcast of a ‘fedup’ upgrade taking upwards of four hours. huh. ‘Having the disk on hand is good if you need to reinstall quick.’ LOL HOW OFTEN DOES YOUR O.S. BREAK WHERE TO NEED TO REFORMAT?!?
At least Arch has the juevos so tell you up front “bad shit may go down, keep up or GTFO’.
I’m out.August 5, 2013 at 7:54 pm #68753
The guys in LGC do over-hype the ARCH! troll hyperbole. They spread FUD in a non serious way (I hope). I agree that Fedora is much more broken than Arch. Tried both out for a good 12 months at a time and I’m still on Arch linux and it hasn’t broken on me. Any major changes to Arch’s infrastructure the devs post a blog post on their website showing you what you need to do.
But what it boils down to is all these different distros are Linux in the long run. As for devs – yeah Linux is like the unwanted step child of the platforms. But it is slowly changing – two years ago there was not much interest at all.
Give it time.. give it time.
Would you like a hug Sore_Loser? Let z1lt0id smother you.August 5, 2013 at 8:03 pm #68754
Fuck it lets just use this.
http://biebian.sourceforge.net/August 5, 2013 at 8:08 pm #68755
Okay Z1lt… you’re growin’ on me brutha. lolAugust 5, 2013 at 8:17 pm #68756
@Sore_Loser: ^__^August 5, 2013 at 8:43 pm #68757linuxgnuruParticipant
although I began with Slackware in 1995; a friend convinced me to try out Redhat in 1998; which actually had a package manager. Later when Redhat decided to only sell products and, thus, the birth of Fedora, I had little choice but to follow suit. When I moved to Africa in 2006, I was introduced to Ubuntu but I was hesitant as I was very well “versed” with RPM/yum (which of course is stolen from Yellowdog Linux’s yellowdog-update-manager) and this whole “Debian” thing was new to me. So today I have 4 hard drives installed on my laptop; 1 Ubuntu 13.04, 1 Slackware 14, 1 Fedora 19, and 1 with Arch. (the laptop has 2 SATA, and I added a 3rd SATA via the cd-rom bay/adapter, and the 4th is eSATA) I refuse to take sides as every one has it’s own good and bad sides. wow…this was way more than I first expected to talk about. Sorry for the length.August 5, 2013 at 8:46 pm #68759
You’re not allowed to apologize in this thread.August 6, 2013 at 1:21 am #68763
@linuxgnuru: I guess your partition is the most politically correct linux partition table out there?August 6, 2013 at 7:55 am #68767
I use Slackware package manager all the time! Why do say there is none? You used Slack since 95 and make a mistake like that? I’ve been a Slack user for only a couple years and even I know the difference. That’s one of the reasons why people steer away from it. Bad form, man.August 6, 2013 at 11:08 am #68768Freejack_Member
I have used Gentoo, Slackware, RedHat upto 5.2, Fedora and Ubuntu/Debian. The most unbroken OS I have used has been Ubuntu/Debian hands down. I rely on my systems running and running consistently. Issues cause me to lose time and sometimes money. I have found the Bluestar Arch Linux and will be giving that a try. I know everyone hates Ubuntu, but if your doing things that work, you are doing things that work. Now with that said I think this Wayland and XMir thing they are letting the community determine direction. I haven’t seen a force feed on it yet. Reliability is a must if it breaks everytime I upgrade a package it has got to go and Fedora does exactly that.August 7, 2013 at 6:35 pm #68806
Agree, Ubuntu really above the rest when it comes to distributions. Debian is also rock solid, but they tend to ship with legacy software. Apart from that Fedora 19 is really cool, but I don’t think running it all the time, everywhere.
I do my everyday work on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 32bit (yes, with Unity) and it just works.
On the other hand, I was amazed at how fast Archlinux could break itself for no apparent reason (and also how poor the repositories where).August 7, 2013 at 6:39 pm #68807Sore_Loser wrote:Frogatto. Gateways. THAT FUCKING PONY BS! The majority of the gaming community treats Linux gamers like gimps, throwing us the proverbial bone occasionally and acting like they are doing us a favor. Half the shit that comes out of those last Humble bundles made me puke a slimy, green acid that ate through my Domino’s box.
Blame Bethseda, 2K games, Epic, etc for not porting their games to Linux. Why hate on the little guys who do their part to improve Linux gaming ? (whether you like their games or not)August 7, 2013 at 6:42 pm #68808
“I do my everyday work on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 32bit (yes, with Unity) and it just works.
On the other hand, I was amazed at how fast Archlinux could break itself for no apparent reason (and also how poor the repositories where).”
Ubuntu FANBOY alert ..August 7, 2013 at 6:56 pm #68812
Yeah sure. I don’t even run Ubuntu on my main rig, I boot Fedora 19 on most of the time (and looking forward to try OpenSuse).
I don’t give a shit about distro wars, I just want to use a system where I can get my shit done. The day Ubuntu stops working for me, I’m outta here.
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