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Wtf happened to linux, seems like its become more like windows. Obese. Complicated. Restrictive. Seems like the race to sexy simplicity, i imagine in competition with windows/mac, is bring with it way too much complexity. Back in early 2000s, as part of a class i was introduced to linux via slackware and gentoo. I vividly remember those few weeks jumping into those distros. Things were not easy, no, but I feel like they were more clear and transparent which lends itself to a better understanding of what is going on. Like /var/logs was gold for troubleshooting, /etc/ was straight forward. The system did what it was told whether the result was catastrophic or not. Now, not so much. Maybe its the GNOME or maybe I need to try LFS or Arch or something but so far... boy have things changed. submitted by /u/beepbupe [link] [comments]

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I live in China, few days ago 'sudo apt update' goes error like below logs, after I force apt update via a secure proxy in Japan, apt update success with no errors , and 32 more 'new' updates. So I guess: 1. my ISP (China Telecom) has cached those files, but has a much lower update frequency. 2. something goes wrong when they cache files from upstream. (cause me to update failed). some other users said that China Unicom also cache HTTP files. and that may cause problems. reference link (Chinese): https://www.v2ex.com/t/363571 SO, I think its time to consider using https for Linux udpate? you may say ISP cache those files is for "good" purpose to save bandwidth etc, but what if they want to do something else? and that has cause problem now. error logs: ' E: Failed to fetch http://cn.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/xenial-updates/main/dep11/icons-64x64.tar Could not open file /var/lib/apt/lists/partial/cn.archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_xenial-updates_main_dep11_icons-64x64.tar.gz - open (13: Permission denied) E: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead. ' confirmed root has correct file permission like other files in same folder. [email protected]:/var/lib/apt/lists/partial# ls -l lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 94 May 24 09:29 cn.archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_xenial_universe_dep11_icons-64x64.tar.gz -> /var/lib/apt/lists/cn.archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_xenial_universe_dep11_icons-64x64.tar.gz ' submitted by /u/os1234 [link] [comments]

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Sad when you need terminal + Adobe and the only choice you have is that expensive-af Mac line. I mean, clearly Adobe can release some form of software and still charge people money right? MATLAB, others have been able to do this. Are we popular enough for Adobe to care, though? And also I am aware of GIMP and Inkscape, but they are again just GIMP and Inkscape. There are reasons why Photoshop and Illustrator are still go-to for content creators. submitted by /u/QueueTee314 [link] [comments]

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