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1 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-12 08:37
What do you think of Arch? Is it really ``minimal''?
2 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-12 12:58
yes
3 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-12 16:03
no
4 Name: Steve 2017-03-12 16:10
maybe
5 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-12 16:49
fuck off back to /g/
6 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-12 17:19
7 Name: Steve 2017-03-12 18:27
>>1
Can you repeat the question?
8 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-12 19:47
>>7
Yes I can. Should I?
9 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-12 20:39
>>5
you go
15 Name: Anonymous 2017-03-28 16:28
I prefer XUbuntu.
16 Name: wise 2017-03-28 17:34
Slackware is more BSD-like and has better libraries and software on the installdisk.

Use Slackware Live current with your preferred WM
17 Name: Anonymous 2017-04-06 00:58
>>16
is it true that you do dependency resolving manually on slackware?
18 Name: Anonymous 2017-04-06 01:55
>>17
Slackbuilds / sbopkg handle third party packages and can automatically handle dependencies.
20 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-12 15:10
>>19
she sure is
21 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-13 02:50
So when is this spam going to be fixed?
22 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-13 14:58
>>21
You're a fucking HOMO!!!!
23 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 02:56
>>21
You're the programmer; you tell me.
24 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 04:43
>>23
Yes I am a programmer, but that doesn't imply that I have access to modify the goatfinger web server! I can't fix anything without that access.
25 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 04:51
We need admin to add some basic bots blocking functionality and fast.
26 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 06:11
Why the fuck this
27 Name: Anonymous 2017-12-25 22:53
>>1
Arch uses systemd, so no.
28 Name: Anonymous 2018-04-21 10:20
Arch Linux is considered harmful.
29 Name: Anonymous 2018-04-22 18:36
arch is pretty good overall.

yeah not a big fan of systemd but despite /g/ crusading against it all the time it actually works.

I've been looking at other init systems like s6 and openrc and no offense but.... is this really what you want as init?
30 Name: Anonymous 2018-04-23 14:47
>>29
Some people really don't appreciate the Emacs approach to functionality that Systemd takes. As for me, I appreciate an init system that includes process supervision that can be configured in a declarative manner. To my understanding, only Systemd and GNU Sheperd fit this.

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