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>>75782061
>>75782065
Shut the fuck up retard. PTP purges as many accounts that join monthly. Even if they do close, they'll open up again soon enough when they kick off accounts... this is how they've operated for years.

Your fear mongering for your special private club won't work here.

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>>71816344
>the approx. 30th derivative of that shitty bait image, but this time the fedoracuck forcing shit shitty redhat testbed distro

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If ubuntu plans to "drop 32bit support" then fucking explain me these:
http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/eoan/main/installer-i386/current/images/
http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/eoan/main/binary-i386/
http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/eoan/Contents-i386.gz

I'd bet that the real case is that Canonical just stops supporting 32bit in "main" repo support/paid support and not planning to drop it altogether and that "Koder for Valve" idiot simply mistook it.
Same shit when Ubuntu stopped providing 32bit live images and everyone and their wife's sons were crying that Ubuntu dropped 32bit support OMG HOW DO I INSTALL XUBUNTU ON MY 15 YEAR OLD SINGLE CORE CELERON LAPTOP NAO?!?!?!?!??!

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>2004

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>>71428251
>wife's daughter finds out you use samba on your SAS when NFS exists

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>>70064711
>and Manjaro

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>>66602258
Just fuck off already. You are completely braindead, off yourself

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>hey anon, can you tell me the difference between a HDD and a SDD?

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Hey, dumb /v/ kid, did you know that by default Windows 10 with fast boot enabled only goes to a pseudo-hibernation mode and counts that downtime as uptime?
Now you know, now fuck off back to /v/.

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>>65727185
>between Windows and Manjaro?
Because Memejaro is something special, something unique and not just another generic GNU/Linux system right?
Because for Manjaro there are specific FS choices and whatever would for work Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Arch, Gentoo, openSuse etc. wouldn work right?

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>>65124807
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>>65074212
>from lossy format to another lossy one

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>>64982081
>>64982212
>>64982322
Is it hard to recognize a fucking b8?

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>>64817627
Blink is a fork of webkit. Opinion discarded.
>>64816891
what will happen after 76?

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>2017/06
>neo /g/ still fall this overused b8

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>>64678861
>OpenBSD apparently doesn't allow bundled libraries anyway,
Still some people call rms the biggest sperglord.

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>>64670660
>mp3
>quality

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>>64658782
That's pretty funny, when there MS hires people for every part of their ecosystem, while here they only needs salesman. The local gov (East EU) also use MS products as a money laundry.

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>>64517755
>manjaro

1. slap yourself in the face for installing a distro because it was high on the distrowatch list
2. install debian/antix/ubuntu/opensuse/anything that is not a fucking meme
3. wow dropbox works OOB

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>>64492365
>only inside a VM
boo fucking hoooo

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>>64277336
>paying for windows
>using non-Enterprise windows 10 versions
>any fucking year



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