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/DST/ - Daily Solus Threads
Previous Thread: >>59618611

IRC: #solus on chat.freenode.com

Official Discord: https://discord.gg/D33aZCB

The official thread about Solus! Come here to discuss it and ask questions!

More Solus links:

Official Solus website:
https://solus-project.com

Official subreddit for Solus:
https://www.reddit.com/r/SolusProject/

The Solus blog:
https://solus-project.com/blog/

Ask Solus website:
http://asksolus.com/

Budgie website:
https://budgie-desktop.org/home/

Solus Twitter:
https://twitter.com/SolusProject

Reminders:

Budgie in its current form is based on GTK, but Budgie 11 is being completely rewritten in Qt and is also being released in Q2 2017.

Sol will be replacing eopkg soon as the package manager.

Solus is a stable, up to date, rolling release distro.

Solus is the most optimized and fastest Linux distro.

>> No.59636046
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Remember to vote!
http://www.strawpoll.me/12631566
http://www.strawpoll.me/12631566
http://www.strawpoll.me/12631566

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keep it /std/, it better represents the distro as a whole

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>>59635969
Shitty meme distro doesn't detect ssd.

>> No.59636088

>Kevin
have you killed your parents yet?

>> No.59636112

>>59636058
kek

inb4 official reply from the mentally ill mascot

>idk, ask the devs

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>>59636051
No it doesn't.

>>59636058
Did nothing pop up when you clicked where to install? How did you put it on the Universal Serial Bus device? That's pretty weird since install Solus has been a breeze on every machine I've installed it on. All the machines I've installed it on used SSD's.

>>59636088
No, and I don't have a dad.

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>>59635969
Failing distro tries to meme itself into popularity. Sad!

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>>59636140
It's NOT failing and it's NOT a meme! Also thanks for the image, saved.

>> No.59636209

>>59635969
this thread belongs to friendly linux autism thread. why do you think your distro needs its own thread? there are 500 distros and we all can't have individual thread for all of them.

reported :^)

>> No.59636221

>>59636058
drive is probably in intel rapid storage mode
linux and RST dont get along

>> No.59636222

hi kevin, here are some lup episodes about solus

review :
http://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/105836/winter-solus-review-las-450

interview with solus founder
http://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/104861/its-not-x-its-wayland-lup-172

>> No.59636241

>>59635969
does solus use wayland yet

>> No.59636316

>>59636221
>drive is probably in intel rapid storage mode
what the fuck does that even mean? it doesnt make any sense you fucking retard, go read the rapid storage/ssd/sata intel whitepapers and kys.

>> No.59636468

>>59636209
I see things on Ubuntu and Arch and Gentoo all the time, so there should also be things on Solus.

>>59636221
>>59636058
Maybe it's from Windows 10 and the drive is in that hibernation mode or something.

>>59636222
Thanks, I'll watch them after my Database Management class.

>>59636241
Yes. Also Budgie 11 will be using it's own WM using QtComposite and QtWayland, and will have its own blur effects.

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>>59636241
>>59636468
Forgot the webm

>> No.59636506

>>59636468
how desperate are you on the scale of 1-10, 10 being the highest that you have to shill your shitty distro on an autism forum. When you were famous you didn't even care to answer people on your google+ page.

You are pathetic Kevin. kys

>> No.59636532

>>59636506
I don't go on Google+, and I'm not desperate and I am NOT a shill.

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>>59635969
I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're referring to as Linux, is in fact, GNU/Linux, or as I've recently taken to calling it, GNU plus Linux. Linux is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning GNU system made useful by the GNU corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX.

Many computer users run a modified version of the GNU system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of GNU which is widely used today is often called "Linux", and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the GNU system, developed by the GNU Project.

There really is a Linux, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use. Linux is the kernel: the program in the system that allocates the machine's resources to the other programs that you run. The kernel is an essential part of an operating system, but useless by itself; it can only function in the context of a complete operating system. Linux is normally used in combination with the GNU operating system: the whole system is basically GNU with Linux added, or GNU/Linux. All the so-called "Linux" distributions are really distributions of GNU/Linux.

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>using gnu slash linox

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>>59636575
>not using gnu slash linox

>> No.59636595

>>59636532
>I'm not desperate and I am NOT a shill

>says a shill who shills his distro which nobody use on a shill thread

also whoever is managing this page https://plus.google.com/+Solus-Project

>> No.59636602

Shill your distro on /fglt/. Stop making entire threads about it. You're likely the only person in /g/ that uses it.

>> No.59636618

>>59636595
I do not shill anything.

Also, that Google+ page is managed by the Solus team.

>> No.59636629

>>59636602
I know I'm not the only person on /g/ who uses it. I've seen other /g/ users with it.

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>>59636536

>> No.59636696

>>59636316

I probably didnt use the right name for it, but most new drives in laptops come in a specific raid mode for RST.

dont be so edgy kid, its just a post on an internet website.

>> No.59636727

>>59636676
Wait is that real? kek.

>>59636696
They do? I didn't know.

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>>59635969
Legitimate question.

How do I disable my touch screen in Solus? Issue is I got this laptop for free because some dicknugger spilled wine in it, everything works except the touch screen gets phantom touches.

How to disable?

>> No.59636749

Stop shilling your awful OS, kevin.
Also, your homepage looks awful and doesn't even fit with your theme.

>> No.59636765

>>59636736
Can you just do it via bios?
If not look up blacklisting a device - https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/kernel_modules#Blacklisting

>> No.59636788

>>59636618
You are a fucking shill. You make the same thread every day with the same fucking image plus there was no "Daily Solus thread" before you came along.

I could understand an Arch or Gentoo thread but, not this shit.

>> No.59636792

>>59636127
>Did nothing pop up when you clicked where to install?
That's obviously a god damn option menu, you moron. The picture includes it open. Did mommy install your OS for you?

>> No.59636913

>>59636788
Daily threads didn't ever exist until they were made, how is something supposed to exist until it's created?

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>>59636749
>>59636788
>>59636792
Don't forget to vote. >>59636046
This thread will be sent to https://www.4chan.org/feedback With the poll.
Yes, it works like that.
If I'm not around by the end of the thread feel free to submit it. With a brief explanation of what it's about.

>> No.59636961

Why the fuck did you change the name?
/STD/ was the best part.

>> No.59636981

>ITT: daily autism

>>59636618
>the Solus team
pffft hahahahaha
*laughing_whores.tiff*

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>>59636749
I'm NOT shilling, and Solus is NOT awful!!
And you're just jealous of my homepage.

>>59636788
It is not the same image. I take a new one before I post.
>I could understand an Arch or Gentoo thread, but not this shit.
Delusional. If there's threads for those there can be threads for Solus. It's not breaking rules because it's technology.

>>59636913
Exactly.

>>59636961
So it can be taken more seriously.

>>59636981
t. someone with autism.

>> No.59637187

>>59635969
tried it, it's shit.

>> No.59637304

>>59636765
Can't do it via bios.

Thanks.

>>59636788
I don't think you understand what daily means.

>> No.59637311

>>59635969
Kevin, I fucking love you.

>> No.59637329

>>59637035
>t. someone with autism.
t. someone with autism.

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>>59637311
I wish my Mum would pack my lunch, and support my threads.
>>59637035
Lucky boy.

>> No.59637639

>>59637546
?

>> No.59638876

Solus is actually not that bad.

It should replace poobuntu as babbies first distro

>> No.59639016

>>59638876
It has too few software. It would eventually force people to switch to an Ubuntu based distro.

>> No.59639103

Every review I see about Solus is only talking about "user friendliness" and how different it is, and then it basically shows off the default desktop which is completely interchangeable with others and nothing special. What's so great about Solus, what's so different?

No one mentions its package manager or in which way it is better than apt or pacman etc. All I see is Windows normies talking about it because it doesn't look like horseshit -- people more experienced with Linux don't really care about that though, because most know it's a simple configuration file or package installation away from looking exactly like you want to.

So why should I use Solus? What does it do better on a technical level? If the only reason to use Solus is the somewhat bare desktop shell it's not really convincing at all.

>> No.59639164

>>59639103
it's an obscure meme which kevin is trying to push

thats why you should use it

>> No.59639228

I installed solus

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>> No.59639626

Upvote to ban kevin from /g/ forever.

>>59635969
Your distribution is shit.

>> No.59639647

>>59639103
Solus is Ubuntu with a different desktop. It's probably better to use Ubuntu Budgie https://budgie-remix.org/ since the Solus team is too small to maintain a secure distro.

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>>59639647
Get out, no it's not.

>> No.59640829

>>59640318
Then answer this adequately: >>59639103

>> No.59641041

OI OI OI WHATS GOOD MY SOLUS CREW

>> No.59641065

>>59637035
Kevin, mind if you tell me how to >'ing without greentexting?

>> No.59641085

>>59641065
Are you sure you want to learn how to do advanced shitposting?

>> No.59641143

>>59641085
Yeah, Kevin.

>> No.59641180

>>59641143
Okay.
>no spaces
>one space
>two spaces
>three spaces
>four spaces
>etc.

>> No.59641206

>>59641180
>test
Is that correct, Kevin?

>> No.59641228

>>59641206
Yes.

>> No.59641236

How come Solus with budgie is only 350MB RAM usage on boot but Solus MATE is 600MB?

>> No.59641243

>>59641236
Because Budgie is better than MATE.

>> No.59641250

>>59641228
Thanks, Kevin. You are less dumber than people says.

>> No.59641326

>>59641243
I just wish budgie would let me create application shortcuts with a right click, but I guess I can like this since it keeps my desktop cleaner too.

My desktop was such a mess on windows 7.

>> No.59641348

im installing solus right now on my desktop

better be good

>> No.59641613

>>59641243
last time i checked budgie was heavy and laggy, maybe qt version will fix it
using plasma right now so im glad for another qt based environment

>> No.59641685

>>59641180
Kevin you fucking idiot you stole my phrase and you gave away the secret.
You also fucked up the title I came up. What are you even doing?

>> No.59641696

>>59641613
Feels pretty light to me, but I'm not running Solus itself.
Plasma was a bit heavier in many ways. The only major difference is the reliance on Gnome means doing esoteric config stuff for basic changes.
Raven could be more relevant, but it doesn't take up anything if you just keep it stashed, and I haven't had a reason to poke it hard enough yet.

>> No.59642712

>>59635969
kill yourself

>> No.59642946

>>59635969
fuck off shill

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>kevin btfo

>> No.59644105

>>59643190
lol

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