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Posted on 09-01-10 02:36
Hey Guys,

Can someone temme which is the best linux distribution ???
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Posted on 09-01-10 02:39
This has been gone over and over and over. Look at the old threads, try a few live disks etc, etc, etc.


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Posted on 09-01-10 03:29
java cus its cross platform and will let you run anything on it!!!! just google for teh source....


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Posted on 09-01-10 03:32
There are none, all linux distributions are skins for windows and mac's (which is terrible because mac's are thinly disguised skins for windows themselves!)

In short, well done you made it! This linux thing is only a test, and you passed, be glad many don't! Now you can stop this "hacking" business and get on with stuff you're more suited to. Making big macs at your local macy D'z

tl;dr: Mandriva,openSuse,Ubuntu, it's all good.




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Posted on 09-01-10 04:19
Hi all, Linux here and I'm sick of all of you people's shit!
I'm glad you like my different appearances, but can't anyone love me for who I really am? A kernel needs some love too, I'm not who you think I am, you creepy fanboys. Do you realize how much it can hurt to have it discussed what of what I have done is best and have everything else tossed aside? To always have my name brought up, yet never really being about me?
Fuck all of you!

With love - Linux

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To all of you harsh critics, I am not apologizing for Ubuntu. I was young and needed the money, what's done is done. Get the hell off my case about it.
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Posted on 09-01-10 04:33
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To all of you harsh critics, I am not apologizing for Ubuntu. I was young and needed the money, what's done is done. Get the hell off my case about it.


I can forgive you for all your sins but one. Why did you never acknowledge what your parents did for you? What did -you- ever do for them? They gave you EVERYTHING for christ's sake, and you just kept on taking. NEVER a word of thanks, NEVER a contribution to -their- household, you greedy little bastard.


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I can forgive you for all your sins but one. Why did you never acknowledge what your parents did for you? What did -you- ever do for them? They gave you EVERYTHING for christ's sake, and you just kept on taking. NEVER a word of thanks, NEVER a contribution to -their- household, you greedy little bastard.

My father just wanted to use me and my mother was a strict, abusive drunk, unwilling to freely share any of her love with me. I admit, I wouldn't be the kernel I am today without them, but at that time in my life, I just wanted to get away. It's why I even went so far as to hook up with any random guy on the internet willing to have me. It was a dark period in my life, I don't like to think about it.
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Posted on 09-01-10 05:28
Everyone stop being retarded and stick to the question.....I don't care if no one loved you and God knows i don't care about your sexual exploits....And how about everyone just stick to the question the OP asked......If all of you want to talk about your parents (however horrible or great they are) then open a thread and call it "For everyone that doesn't have a life and wants to listen and live through mine vicariously...".

YAY I GOT TO FLAME TODAY POINT FOR ME!!!


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Posted on 09-01-10 05:36
I agree. Just try some live disks, get to know each distro better and decide which one you like best.

Each individual has their own tastes. For instance, I like Ubuntu and Fedora. Some others like Mandriva or Suse. Another person might like to be different and use BSD. It's all a matter of personal preference.
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Posted on 09-01-10 05:40
Linux_Pure wrote:

To all of you harsh critics, I am not apologizing for Ubuntu. I was young and needed the money, what's done is done. Get the hell off my case about it.



hahaha, also it was nessesary for the plot.


loving this thread.

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Everyone stop being retarded and stick to the question....


No, if he doesn't google this question, then he wont when it comes to a problem with linux( and he will have many he'll just post a new thread on the bloated ubuntu forums. So no, if this dick hasn't learnt search the forums then I will do my best to make sure he never touches a linux distro.




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No, if he doesn't google this question, then he wont when it comes to a problem with linux( and he will have many he'll just post a new thread on the bloated ubuntu forums. So no, if this dick hasn't learnt search the forums then I will do my best to make sure he never touches a linux distro.


I did check Google... Wat i dont know Which one to choose ??? i have pin pointed Fedora, Slackware, Ubuntu, OPENsuse !!!! i dont know what to chose!!
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I did check Google... Wat i dont know Which one to choose ??? i have pin pointed Fedora, Slackware, Ubuntu, OPENsuse !!!! i dont know what to chose!!

They're all good; there is no best one. Just go download an Ubuntu LiveCD and try it out. You won't stick with the Linux distro you choose first, anyways... if you stick with Linux at all.


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Posted on 09-01-10 15:05
Try them all. I'm pretty sure most if not all of those distros allow you to burn an iso cd and boot from it, without altering your current setup. Mess around with each one, visit their online communities, do a little research, and see what you like.
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Posted on 09-01-10 17:35
Hey there,

I'll just make use of this thread to ask something useful. Is ext4 stable enough for installing an ubuntu 9.10? Do you reccomend using ext4 or ext3?
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Posted on 09-01-10 17:51
They are all the same, they are free, save the cost of a dvd or cd and no one can tell you which you will prefer.

So try one, eventually (even if you enjoyed it) you will look to try another. So why ask?

Also, simply typing into google which linux is best isn't what i meant. You googled it and I'm sure someone recomended this that or the other, why not wiki them and see then just fucking pick one.


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Posted on 09-01-10 18:00
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Hey there,

I'll just make use of this thread to ask something useful. Is ext4 stable enough for installing an ubuntu 9.10? Do you reccomend using ext4 or ext3?



I've used it on ubuntu, and all of my other linux distros aswell and I've never had any issues. When one of my disks did start having filesystem issues (disk was failing), I was able to recover the data with no issues.

So I'm pretty confident ext4 is usable.


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Posted on 09-01-10 18:06
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chess_rock wrote:
Hey there,

I'll just make use of this thread to ask something useful. Is ext4 stable enough for installing an ubuntu 9.10? Do you reccomend using ext4 or ext3?



I've used it on ubuntu, and all of my other linux distros aswell and I've never had any issues. When one of my disks did start having filesystem issues (disk was failing), I was able to recover the data with no issues.

So I'm pretty confident ext4 is usable.


Thank you Smile So i'll be using ext4 tomorrow xD
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Thank you Smile So i'll be using ext4 tomorrow xD

Good. Now that you're done hijacking someone else's thread, I'll courtesy-echo the last post to get it back on topic. Even if it's a shitty topic, you need to make your own thread when you have your own off-topic question. Thanks.

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They are all the same, they are free, save the cost of a dvd or cd and no one can tell you which you will prefer.

So try one, eventually (even if you enjoyed it) you will look to try another. So why ask?

Also, simply typing into google which linux is best isn't what i meant. You googled it and I'm sure someone recomended this that or the other, why not wiki them and see then just fucking pick one.

Agreed. Pick a popular one, try it, and see if you like it. If not, try another. Repeat until you're satisfied.


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Posted on 09-01-10 18:57
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Good. Now that you're done hijacking someone else's thread, I'll courtesy-echo the last post to get it back on topic. Even if it's a shitty topic, you need to make your own thread when you have your own off-topic question. Thanks.


It's not hijacking what this is called. Actually, if you want to install a distro, it is a good idea to know what file system to use. So i'd say my question is not totally off-topic. Maybe it just doesn't correspond to the title, but it is additional info when installing a distro.

Creating a thread for just two posts isn't that good. If you have something to say to me, pm me. I'm not into starting flame wars.

PS: I won't reply to any of your forum posts related to this topic, just pms.
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Posted on 09-01-10 19:26
Hi there guys, I 'll just make use of this thread here to ask something useful.

You see, I've started playing Diablo 2 again and was thinking of either going for barbarian or a necromancer. I'm wondering if you guys have any suggestions for which class and build to go for. I think it'd be nice to try a bit of an unusual build for once.
I'm playing on linux btw so it's relevant to the topic and since OP might choose to play D2 on it as well, I think it'd be a good idea to know what type of builds are recommended.

Thanks in advance, good character name suggestions are always welcome as well.




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