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Off Topic / Re: racist watch | DOXX a """"Nazi""""
« on: Yesterday at 06:38:44 PM »
freedom of speech is a constitutional right; anonymity while expressing it is not
Alright, then antifa can't wear masks anymore.

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Off Topic / racist watch | DOXX a """"Nazi""""
« on: Yesterday at 03:57:08 PM »
What a wonderful world we live in.

Do you hate Trump?
Do you believe Trump Supporters have no rights?

Well, this is the future! Now you can DOXX your neighbors with an easy search.

No I'm not putting the website here. It's potentially rule breaking, but I just want everyone to be aware of it so they can prepare for the possible incoming mob of jackasses.

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im looking forward to your rant next week when it turns out you shouldn't have shilled it the first second you heard of its existence
None of y'all get this, I didn't shill this.
I literally asked for opinions.
Consensus is: Bitchute²

So no. But it was worth asking about.

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https://youtu.be/aVHY0EOXDbs

A middle schooler was carelessly pointing her fingers at her classmates in a violent fashion. Thankfully she was apprehended and charged before she could cause any further harm to herself and others.

🤡🌎

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Off Topic / Re: [news] avatars are going to be disabled again
« on: October 16, 2019, 03:36:07 PM »
how are you this retarded. if youre using a theme, i recommend disabling it.
if youre not using a theme, how are you capable of being alive without a brain?
My monitor is 1080p and I'm not using a theme, I'm on mobile.

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Off Topic / Re: [news] avatars are going to be disabled again
« on: October 16, 2019, 02:24:17 PM »
Y'all need to ditch your 240p trash monitors.

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Off Topic / Re: [news] avatars are going to be disabled again
« on: October 16, 2019, 02:22:19 PM »
the person doesnt deserve attention because thats the only reason to do it. just look around like the two threads on this forum and youll find the tard
?? Everything seems normal to me. Wtf is everyone on about?

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Off Topic / Re: [news] blizzard removes mei statue from store
« on: October 14, 2019, 04:17:28 PM »
ban the leader so china does not longer exist
China:

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General Discussion / Re: CityRPG 4 - Opening December 20, 2019
« on: October 14, 2019, 02:38:48 PM »
ok as long as you understand what's already wrong with cityrpg then sure it might be good
Yeah don't:
Force avatars, this is restrictive.
Make starting the game a chore, it shouldn't take 3 hours to get to the "good part".
Forego Intuitive commands and modules.

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I've had issues with older Athlon systems (on both Linux and Windows). Typically the issues ends up being compatibility of newer software with older motherboards and chipsets.
Not to say it's impossible to make them work. The SSH gateway to my entire network is an old, low-power Athlon x2 system. I got it to run Debian, but it's still stubborn at the best of times (On top of that, it's running SELinux, but that's not something for most people to worry about).
I also had an FX-8350 system that, to this day, has been rock-solid. The quality of boards from those generations, in my experience, is just somewhat hit-or-miss.

Most likely it's just something going wrong with the boot process though. The files are most likely still there.
Does it reach the GRUB menu before it freezes, or does it freeze straight out of the BIOS? And did Manjaro act the same, or was the issue different?
Fun thing about that GUI. It's entirely drawn in a terminal window. It's a pretty neat trick dating all the way back to the days of DOS.
But no, I wouldn't try to use a headless system for everyday use.
You can. The tools exist.
But I can't think of any good reason to try.

Both would reach the black screen with cursor, they never reached a gui after the issues started occurring.

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What exactly kind of hardware is the machine you were trying?
Forgive me on the specs being a bit vague, it's been a while

128gb SSD
r7 260x Radeon GPU
AMD Athlon CPU of some sort
16 GB DDr3 Ram

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I've had my Linux break a lot back when I used Fedora, Ubuntu and Arch.
Mint on the other hand is pretty stable and I would suggest it to all beginners
BTW did you dual boot Xubuntu with Windows? if so that could be the problem too, I've had windows forget my linux partitions over and over.

No, I had a seperate computer set aside. And Xubuntu was installed AFTER the OS was installed. And this particular example is in Pop!_OS.

Prior to Pop!_OS I was using Manjaro, but I also had issues with Manjaro. Similar Issues, so creating a whole section in the thread above would have been redundant.

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My laptop had a Radeon HD 5650, an amd card and I had no issues. As for the rest of what you posted.

In my experience Linux did what I told it to do, but at the end of the day it IS a computer so you have to be specific when you want it to do stuff. That's more then I can say for Windows half the time, where they somehow made task manager worse compared to windows 7, and since the OS is such a bloated pile of garbage it will forget up for no reason whatsoever because the whole system is a tower of ducktape.

That being said I main windows because all the important programs natively run on it, hardly the fault of Linux and more the fault of Microsoft's disgusting business practices from the 90s.

That may have been you're experience, but it was certainly not mine. My build had an AMD Radeon R7 260X, and for some reason this basically forgeted over the entire experience. Everything was fine until one little thing broke it all. I'm a programmer, I have no issue with jumping through hoops to get things to work. And like I said, I probably could if I wanted to. But that's not why I decided to try Linux.

I decided to Try Linux because the community told me it was Superior to Windows in pretty much every way, it would make my life easier and it would be an overall better experience. but what I found was the complete opposite, I've never had to reinstall an operating system so many times in a row. This is false advertising and misleading to the user.

Honestly, if these people are so fed up with Microsoft's antics, then they should have looked at ReactOS and not Linux as the OS to kill Windows. Even then, it's still years away from even competing.

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