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I've installed bitchx from github using make install command ! Can anyone help me remove it ?? submitted by /u/ankrmd [link] [comments]

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The documentary was posted here last month, and got a lot of upvotes, but it seems to have been purged from web. I can't find any other source for it. Considering its content, I wouldn't be surprised if Microsoft is behind its disappearance somehow. If anyone here managed to download a copy of it before it was taken down, would you be willing to post it somewhere (Bitchute, Dailymotion, etc)? It'd be tragedy if it became lost forever. submitted by /u/WickedFlick [link] [comments]

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Hi folks. I m writing this post because I need your help. We have many USB smartcard reader and sometime some of them becomes unavailable. I want to simulate unplug replug of the device. Do you know how can I achieve that ? submitted by /u/baalkor [link] [comments]

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German link : https://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Open-Source-vor-Schleswig-Holstein-will-sich-vollstaendig-von-Microsoft-loesen-4079834.html Awesome ! And it has support from the biggest five of six partys . Where Munich stumbled, the North will prevail ! submitted by /u/Truzenzuzex [link] [comments]

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from a user perspective I mean. I was messing with systemd and generally complaining about it and wondered to myself what other major (user affecting) changes linux has undergone for better or worse over the last decade. by user affecting I mean stuff that a normal sysadmin that scripts would feel, not a kernel hacker. submitted by /u/alexwagner74 [link] [comments]

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First off, sorry if this counts as either loweffort post, shitpost or loweffort shitpost I have recently gotten myself a new machine and I'm pretty happy with it Now that that's out of the way I had the idea of using my old pc to watch movies from the room in which I'm sleeping. That part is working just fine, but I though, why not boot it with lubuntu(or anything lightweight, but I had the idea of using this as it's relatively popular and it'd be easier finding solutions for problems without bothering other people around the reddit/forums) for something lightweight or elementaryos for something beautiful and keep it running(Not that I need anything too lightweight, the machine in question is Lenovo M57, but it'd definitely be better to be lightweight if possible). I also considered just running ubuntu/mint for the sake of already being familiar with them. While at it, I had the idea of it being a "server" which I'd use to run downloads/torrents/anything remotely from let's say my phone or something(would figure out how, that part ain't a problem). Also one of the ideas was leaving it available for somewhat remote access just to leave it to do some tasks that would take some time anyways so I don't have to worry about anything taking resources from my main pc(For an example compiling something big or something).. Maybe even running a discord bot for my own server but that's also easy to do just an idea that's there to tinker around during this summer break. The entire thing was more of a process to help me get a bit more used to linux and to slowly "learn using it"(I know all the "you never learn using it" and similar sayings, but getting more familiar with everything surely would be nice) TL;DR I'm looking for suggestions on distros for a pc that'll be used for Media server, storage server(for around 10-30gb of stuff, that part is totally unimportant and I'm rather unsure why am I even mentioning it right now). + remote computing server thing. Main reason for doing linux and even asking for suggestions instead of just picking win xp/7 is me wanting to learn a bit. Also asking for opinions about remixOS down the post Bonus: Anyone got any experiances with remixOS? Crossed my mind that I could try using it on that machine. How many of the functions do you think that it'd be able to accomplish besides being able to use android apps(Which isn't too important to me but is surely a sweet addition). I mean I know that I'll be able to do media center/storage things, but what about rest of them? Also thinking about switching from windows on my main machine, but that's for the other shitpost topic most likely. Thanks everyone! submitted by /u/Zolgath488 [link] [comments]

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