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>> No.57883805 [View]
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hey
I need Unix scripts
willing to pay thousands of rupees

Email me

Good luck

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>>57573694
>>57573704
it's the price i pay for freedom

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Why would you use a computer the same way people used them in the 70s? I think it is time to move past Linux into something modern like Apple iOS.

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>> No.56395497 [View]
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As a IT network administrator it is very important especially if using a GNU/+Linux distro to scan the network for anomalies or any possible intrusions that could occur. Using a IDS such as Snort which is opened for GNU/+Linux can detect any breaches in the network.

Even though it is not used as much as it is today, I heard you can use your desktop with GNU/+Linux as a 'router'. Is anyone by chance doing that?

Everyday I will be posting something interesting about GNU/+Linux that I didn't know on here. I'm reading a book called "Linux Administration" which teaches network admins how to use their OS to the best of their abilities.

iptables is a firewall.

I have autism i think.

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>Oh.. hey Anon do you have a """Android""" charger
>What?
>A """Android""" charger
Nigger what?

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I have never used Linux before and was wondering which distro I should use. I don't want to get comfortable in a "beginner" distro just to move because it doesnt have the capabilities of other distributions. Any insight appreciated.

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OSI Model or TCP/IP which one is preferred by /g/?
Pic unrelated

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What's the best non-meme Linux (or BSD) distro?

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There are three of Linux:

1.) RHEL

2.) Ubuntu

3.) autistic wastes of disk space, oxygen, and developer resources

If you are not using Ubuntu or Fedora on your desktop, you are a cancer on the Linux community. If you are a developer and you contribute to some autistic shit heap like Arch, you should be caned, beaten, and water boarded for wasting precious time. Why do you think companies like Oracle and Microsoft choose to work with RHEL and Ubuntu? It's not because they're "cool" or "edgy," it's because they work the best.

Stop fucking around and install Ubuntu or Fedora. Together we are strong, but divided we are weak.

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Can we have a linux general?

I've been running windows for the past decade and I'm not gonna be able to make it to windows 10.

I decided to switch to Linux. I've used Lubuntu in the past and thought it was real neat.

What distro should I switch to if I want to become a wageslave and meet the: "knowledge of linux/unix systems requirement"

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>>49126808
Introducing the OS that won't nag you every three seconds.

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Hey, I was wondering what Linux distro you guys use, because I'm in the market for an OS swap (currently windows 7)

Any suggestions for something more lightweight then Windows? My shitty laptop overheats easily.

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This is just a meme right? No one actually uses this for their desktop do they?

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I sometimes need to work on linux, should I install it as a dual boot or on a vm?

I've used dual boot many times in the past; on the other hand I've never work on a vm before besides basic stuff so I don't know how that will run.



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