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Long time Linux user, so don't dismiss this as the opinion of a stupid windows/mac user. I consider myself a bit of an expert, but I need to vent. How is Linux still this awful? I'm currently spending my friday night battling with wpa_supplicant, again. I battled with it in 2005, and eventually won. But tonight, I have a simple raspberry pi, the pinnacle of simple linux computing, running Raspbian. And it's still fucking awful. I'm 10 layers deep, trying to find the source of the complete and utter failure of wpa_supplicant. A simple google of some of the high level failure modes declares its a "security feature" (yea, it's not a bug, its a FUCKING FEATURE). This is why Linux failed to gain mainstream adoption. This is completely unacceptable. This kind of failure is acceptable in... oh... NOWHERE. I'll continue to use it in servers. But anything user facing, or where I need to deal with reliability on extremely basic user features like WiFi, I'm using something else. This is 2018. This hasn't been acceptable for a decade. submitted by /u/DeusOtiosus [link] [comments]

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Hello, first off I'd like to point out that this is in no way my work, I was just asked by the person who is doing this, to post it here for them. He programmer is in need of skilled and knowledgeable programmers who have a solid foundation for Linux and how it operates, people who are also familiar with the architecture of the PS3 would also be nice to have. I know this isn't the most ideal place to post this, but it is the most frequented Linux sub with active people, that isn't just a big number of subscribers who don't contribute. He's looking for people to give his current work to and help contribute to the project from their homes. He hasn't gone open source yet, and mainly does all this on his down time. Here is the progress so far http://www.psx-place.com/threads/6x-update-dec-08-hw-acceleration-rsx-project-update-by-renerebe.21370/ Here is his latest video, of him working on his downtime, and coding while on a plane (the guy is dedicated) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhsLDAe3ddM&lc=z23wc3vpmre1ibc5b04t1aokghwidiz4cmj5ohestenlbk0h00410.1544604344291018 He also has a Patreon if you're interested. https://www.patreon.com/renerebe submitted by /u/KFded [link] [comments]

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Which distro should I go with? Do drivers cover all the hardware? What desktop should I use? submitted by /u/ShinDuce [link] [comments]

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What is the best version of Ubuntu/Linux for a really really weak old crappy computer? All I need it to do well is run google ,YouTube, email and Wine. Wine is the least important but that would also be nice. Most important is it's efficiency on bad computers. submitted by /u/ASPyr97ga [link] [comments]

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Hello All, I bought a large VPS node from a small provider and would like to use this for my projects. While Docker is all the rage, I'm using these containers more like actual virtual machines than actually running a single service, so I'm not entirely sure Docker is the best fitment here. Also given that I'm on a KVM VPS, my options might be limited. Any recommendations on how I should split up my resources or best method to separate a project space from my system space? Thanks, Robert submitted by /u/robscomputer [link] [comments]

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Was archlinux tried installing windooz 10 could not checked on other laptop worked well tried installing linux mint worked well tried installing windows 10 again nothing ??? one pc does not recognize windows installer wtf submitted by /u/trwwjtizenketto [link] [comments]

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