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Topic: General Unix/Linux Thread (Read 99087 times)

  • Frenzie
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General Unix/Linux Thread
There is more to discuss, but opening a new topic for everything might be a bit much. Here's a quick overview of what exists already:



Some other subjects I might talk about include the compose key, Geeqie, Pandoc, qBittorrent, tmux, and VirtualBox. I semi-regularly write something about such matters on my blog.

  • Belfrager
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Re: General Unix/Linux Thread
Reply #425
Resident technology masters already knows it for sure but for the simple mortals, you can speed up your already much-more-faster-than-Windows operative system.

An example -> four-ways-to-speed-up-ubuntu
A matter of attitude.

  • ersi
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Reply #426
The best YT alternative has gained a decent website. How does our embedding work?

https://odysee.com/@danwood:0/reactos-can-it-replace-windows-in-2021-!:d

  • Frenzie
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Re: General Unix/Linux Thread
Reply #427
The best YT alternative
Best in what sense? (E.g., not likely to go bankrupt soon, usability, or something else?)

  • ersi
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Reply #428
It's the best alternative because it is the only alternative I know of in terms of content. I can go over there to get (most of) what I want on YT. There's also Bitchute, but the average uploader there is about as bad for mental health as Conservapedia.

Do you know of anything better?

And from what I have heard from content creators who have made the move, they can import their YT content over to Odysee with hardly any glitches.

I don't know much more. I am not a content creator and I never log in to YT. I keep it at arm's length with ytdl, which works in those other sites too.

  • Frenzie
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Re: General Unix/Linux Thread
Reply #429
No, I don't know anything better.

  • ersi
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Reply #430
Microsoft released a Linux distro, apparently primarily to set up cloud services. Remember to not use it.