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I can't recall if we do RANT threads in this sub... Perhaps I'm just old... or perhaps These Times Are A Changin... (tm)... but why for the love of Linus, RMS... hell, even Bill Gates now.... would you change things like: the default EDITOR in the root environment? To Nano, no less? put the fully qualified domain name AND the output from the "date" command (yes.. including HH:MM:SS) in the PS1? put pretty colors in the console output submitted by /u/idioteques [link] [comments]

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The magic of opening binary files with less :-) journald journal files have a LPKSHHRH magic number, LP part is pretty easy, the others are a part of a signature submitted by /u/EchoTheRat [link] [comments]

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Recently, there has been reports about Astoria having two files LXss.sys and LXCore.sys as spotted by a so called hackers' twitter handle. Can we be sure by that much? On the other hand, the project Astoria is explained to be a bridge between windows and android apps for windows phone. What do you think? submitted by /u/procipher [link] [comments]

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I started using Linux in 2012 when my dad put Ubuntu on an old laptop he had given me. As I've grown to become more knowledgeable about the history of some Linux projects, the most infamous one seems to be GNOME. It went from what I understand to be the most popular DE of the 2000s to a DE seems to be a shell of its former self. Could anyone clue me in on how GNOME seemingly fell from greatness? submitted by /u/tristan957 [link] [comments]

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