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pic absolutely and unquestionably relevant

>> No.63933480

alternative image burner, though be warned it runs on Electron.

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>> No.63933506

I never heard about it until they made that startrek gadget I want but have no need for.

>> No.63933545

literally the only correct way to create a bootable usb

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>electron for something as simple as copying files to a device

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>> No.63933691

Good one using it daily

>> No.63933711

>over simplified UI
>probably uses 500mb Ram

>> No.63933724

not saying rufus is shit but rawrite is better

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>> No.63933778

What do you use instead of this on GNU/Linux?

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>> No.63933852

Link me the site to it
Also why not ksh?

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what's wrong with your title bar?

>> No.63933861

Why do you need rufus when win10 has a bootable installer free for download?

>> No.63933923

I meant ash

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>> No.63934712

Wrong thread buddy.

>> No.63934756

too bad about the politics

>> No.63934781

>Why use this good software when a shit one exists?

>> No.63934876

what did you mean by this?
i've been using it for ages but i havent been much on the forums or d9 either

>> No.63934905

ksh has more things

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>caring about the politics
>in a free as in beer software project
It's one thing when you're paying them, but otherwise just don't donate.

>> No.63934984

>ksh has more things


>> No.63935111

The following is an exhaustive list of non-shit software for Windows (the shittiness of Windows notwithstanding) :

- WinDirStat
- WinSCP
- foobar2k
- 7zip
- mspaint

Everything else is complete garbage.

>> No.63935622

Why download a win10 iso and install it with rufus instead of just downloading the win10 create a bootable and run it all in one executable? I don't see any benefit? The win10 bootable never fucked up

>> No.63935634

They literally need to make winrar theme and I would use it

>> No.63935646

>iso 9660 + udf on flash media
>non editable file system

>> No.63935725

is it bad that i still use winrar? im too lazy to try 7zip.

>> No.63935736

god tier software every computer should have installed by default

>> No.63935750

Can you install enterprise LTSB with said tool?

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>use usb tool
>downloads entire iso
>"oops! something went wrong lol"
>no more iso file
>have to do whole thing from square one

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>> No.63935864

universal extractor

>> No.63935879
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The GNU operating system. www.gnu.org

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This, probably the best Open-Source client.
No gimmicks, like a console, but GUI.

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Name a flaw

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>> No.63936089

this is quality

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>> No.63936123

some videogames straight up ban you just for having it running

>> No.63936148

IDE or code?

>> No.63936149

Weird. I always have it running, but I have it on pause for some games that I'm worried about getting banned from. Never been banned for using it.

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Nah, man, THIS.

>> No.63936185

Dis aint free

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>> No.63936189

IDE of course. Code is just wannabee Sublime.

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wat? it most certainly is free.

>> No.63936261

It is not open-source, that is why it is not free.

>> No.63936265

So what is it Paint.NET can do, that GIMP can't?

>> No.63936275

Yes it is, fucktard.

>> No.63936306

GIMP can run on Linux and Mac OS X, but in Paint.NET it is much more simpler to draw a square.
GIMP is free, Paint.NET is not as free as GIMP
It isn't free as speech, but it is free as a slut, so fuck off.

>> No.63936311

People who find that font rendering acceptable would probably rate paint.net as excellent

>> No.63936323

Lol, didn't noticed it.

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>> No.63936341

Oh, my shitty monitor obliterates normal text aliasing so I'm forced to completely disable text aliasing so that it doesn't look like shit.
I mean, it still looks like shit, but it doesn't look like a steamy pile of feces anymore.

>> No.63936349

UEFI support?

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>> No.63936423

I don't care about platform compatibility and price. That wasn't my question.
> but in Paint.NET it is much more simpler to draw a square
Edit > Stroke selection. Two extra clicks.
Is that the only advantage?

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Dolphin GameCube emulator
Krita and Gimp

>> No.63936485

>Edit > Stroke selection. Two extra clicks.
>Is that the only advantage?
Yep. But I guess there are plugins for GIMP that can reduce number of clicks.

>> No.63936498

Wat is da best torrent widout botnet nigaz?

>> No.63936513

It's absolutely the best at converting and everything else

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>> No.63936555

Why not transmission?

I just do not know, which to install on my freshly installed Backdoor 10.

>> No.63936569

What is the differenceā„¢?

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>> No.63936605

Good stuff. Is there any reason to ever use something else?

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>> No.63936623

same thing happened to me
>use rufus
>it just werks

>> No.63936651

aint free

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>> No.63936660

ain't shit either, which is the point of the thread

>> No.63936670

fucking great, love that one

>> No.63936672

Windows is a synonym of shit by definition.

>> No.63936674

>he doesn't pirate his operating systems

>> No.63936693

>he never learnt the 2nd definition of free

>> No.63936696

* Washing my hands *

>> No.63936697

Linux is a kernel. You can find it in systems like GNU/Linux and Android.

>> No.63936698

Since you mentioned dolphin, is faster melee botnet? I heard someone mention it has a keylogger in it and im not sure if they were bullshitting

>> No.63936712

no love for KeePass?

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>> No.63936745

>NT kernel
>not shit

>> No.63936754

Simple Mobile Tools
Open Camera

>> No.63936759

whatever, my shit has served me pretty well. what with the widest variety of software available and all, both free and professional

>> No.63936777

Redshift for pissfilter needs.

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>> No.63936832

Shut the fuck up Richard, nobody cares.

>> No.63936864

E2B. So easy to make a multi-boot USB with it.

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unfortunately irc is dead

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I've been hanging on a few freenode channels and things seem quite alive

>no memes
>no animefags
>no furfags
>no ad hominem
>no OS wars
>no tech consumerism
>no tfw posting
>no mobilefags

>people are on topic most of the time, with a healthy dash of jokes
>community is warm and receptive
>mostly adults with jobs

The last time I went on IRC was like 12 years ago, now I remember why IRC is the kino social experience on the internet

>> No.63936941

It works, but definitely shows its age.
>drag drop operations block the UI
>trying to rectangle select some files/folders teleports the cursor to the bottom-right corner of your monitor, every time
>can't highlight/copy hashes in the right-click shell extension

>> No.63936968

it really doesn't compare to the heyday of IRC for me, but fair enough - it's not actually dead.

>> No.63937082

Yeah it's kinda dead in some aspects, about 14-16 years ago I was able to chat with people who lived in the same city as I do on a dedicated channel, it had ~300 regular visitors, not bad for a city of ~70K inhabitants. The local channels died as MSN/ICQ became more popular, though. It's a shame, I hooked up with a couple of qts and made cool friends via IRC back in the day.

>> No.63937215

>trying to rectangle select some files/folders teleports the cursor to the bottom-right corner of your monitor, every tim

apparently that's a bug in the newest version of windows 10

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>> No.63937498

is there something as good as rufus on linux? i tried burning an iso to my flash drive using the terminal
it worked but borked my flash drive to the point that not even gparted or disk manager on windows could detect it

>> No.63937502

It has its own installer how can you be too lazy?

>> No.63937561

>list disk
>select disk *
>create partition primary
>format fs=fat32 quick

That should do the trick

>> No.63937573

If it makes it easier to read, it's better.

>> No.63937600

dd is easy as fuck to use
>dd bs=4M if=/path/to/.iso of=/dev/sdx status=progress && sync

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Anyone used Launchy and switched to something else, and if so, why?

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Get that shit outta here

>> No.63938256

Launchy came out like mid-2000s, I think it gets a pass on that front.

>> No.63938324

What an obvious scam.
There's enough toilets in India, the problem is nobody uses them.

>> No.63938348

I have never had this problem.

>> No.63938383

only thing that seems to work for me

>> No.63938389

This is the absolutely the most pedantic thing to get upset about.

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Live under a rock?

>> No.63938418

it takes 1 second to download and 1 second to install.

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>> No.63938442

Bulk Rename Utility

>> No.63938447

qbt is amazaing

>> No.63938455

Can you dd a windows ISO? I could never get it to work?

>> No.63938458

the fucking retarded syntax

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>> No.63938478

Exactly, and it's the system calls in the kernel that provides the abstraction from hardware that allows you run a program. Therefore, saying something runs on top of Linux is still correct, even if there is no GNU.

>> No.63938479

Live with down syndrome?

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The write-only-ness, reminds me of regex

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Everything is god-tier for searching for things.

>> No.63938506

I'd just like to interject for moment. What you're refering 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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>> No.63938543

Nice Stallman, but no. I am in fact referring to Linux, the kernel. Not the kernel plus userspace.

>> No.63938573

people just paste this copypasta every time "Linux" is mentioned because it's funny!

>> No.63938589

Quod Libet

The best at what they do (on Linux at least).

>> No.63938801

>really, I'm running the bare kernel, right now I'm posting from my kernel!

>> No.63939255

emacs-nox, gnome-terminal, openssh-*, git, screen, htop

>> No.63939279


Stopped using that shit. Rufus is much better

>> No.63939304

Probably not its fault, but I frequently lose my hotkeys during a session. Typically happens after I've locked and unlocked my screen

>> No.63939314

VLC is excellent

>> No.63939336

>downly syndromify

>> No.63939354
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Fireball. I just discovered this like a week ago and apparently it's been around forever, though nobody outside of Germany seems to know about it
>Fast as fuck
>Results highly similar to Google's
>Doesn't mask links
>Minimal interface

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>> No.63939405

Nice meme, kid

>> No.63939463


# Add this to .bashrc or its equivalent
transfer() { if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then echo -e "No arguments specified. Usage:\necho transfer /tmp/test.md\ncat /tmp/test.md | transfer test.md"; return 1; fi
tmpfile=$( mktemp -t transferXXX ); if tty -s; then basefile=$(basename "$1" | sed -e 's/[^a-zA-Z0-9._-]/-/g'); curl --progress-bar --upload-file "$1" "https://transfer.sh/$basefile" >> $tmpfile; else curl --progress-bar --upload-file "-" "https://transfer.sh/$1" >> $tmpfile ; fi; cat $tmpfile; rm -f $tmpfile; }

# Now you can use transfer command
$ transfer hello.txt

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>> No.63939516

I've got plenty of torrented movies that display artifacts in VLC and not MPC.

>> No.63939528

VLC is a network video player by design and doesn't have the same sorts of lookahead/lookbehind that other players do.

>> No.63939552

Not disagreeing with you, but mpc does everything VLC does but better.

>> No.63939619


Y'all forgetting Editpad. Use it at work for Perl code. Sure it's non free but it's features rich and even has regex. Comprehensive utf etc support. Great context highlighting. Good for newbs and power users. Nicer than Emacs and vim for me.

Good program.

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>> No.63939728


too bad I cant get all my friends to use this

>> No.63940051

You can I think but need to add extra steps instead of a nice if of

>> No.63940122

except run natively on non-shit OSs

anyone advocating mpc needs to go back to /v/eddit

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Name 1 (one) open-source IDE, whose functionality is anywhere close to that of Visual Studio >=2015
I'll wait.

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Can you explain to me why this is enabled by default?

>> No.63940535

Literally anything else. Just because you are a /v/ermin wintoddler that needs a 100 gb IDE to hold your hand for everything doesn't make the IDE any good.

>> No.63940545

back to cat-v faggot

>> No.63940578

>not quoting variables
Would not use.

>> No.63940591

Can I use dd to burn music to a CD?

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>> No.63940602

dd bs=4M if=~/Downloads/void.iso of=/dev/sdb ; sync

Change input file and output file to suit your needs of course. It might seem complicated if you haven't done it before, but after you make a few bootable flash drives this way it's easy to do from memory.

>> No.63940625

>; sync
dd bs=4M conv=fsync if=~/Downloads/void.iso of=/dev/sdb

>> No.63940636

Ah, jeez. A new thing to memorize. Thanks, though.

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>> No.63940687

just make shell functions for things you use often and don't want to remember/write out each time
for example;
function diskimage { echo dd bs=4M conv=fsync if="$2" of=/dev/"$1"; }
diskimage sdz ~/file\ name.iso

>> No.63940693

I use the h*ck out of aliases. What advantages are in using shell functions instead of aliases? I'm guessing you can do more advanced stuff.

>> No.63940703

> he would rather constantly switch between documentation and the IDE when he can't remember the order of the 6 arguments in a constructor, than just use IntelliSense
Deliberately making simple tasks harder doesn't make you more intelligent.

>> No.63940707

(take out the echo, only added that to make sure i didn't make a mistake)

yea, more flexible. aliases put arguments at the 'end' of the alias, while with a function, you can have full multiline scripts with arguments anywhere, and you can manipulate argument strings

>> No.63940721
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Utorrent 2.2.1

>> No.63940726

even better:
dd bs=4M conv=fsync,noerror if=~/Downloads/void.iso of=/dev/sdb

>> No.63940744

noerror is good for making images of bad disks, though ddrescue is even better for that job
i'd rather the command fail if the image can't be read properly when making a disk from an image

>> No.63940749

You're absolutely degenerate.

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>> No.63940789

what program do you WISH you had in linux?

Currenty trying to fill my github up with -completed- projects to show for myself.

File system usage graph like ncdu but more pretty?

CPU usage graph?

some new kind of neofetch?

>> No.63940812

Rufus is literally the only reason I still use windows

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>> No.63940930

I love keepass

>> No.63940977

Too much extreme of something is never good

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>> No.63941012

It has a cli version as well

>> No.63941033

You absolutely cannot take a joke

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>> No.63941126

H. is the best song on the album.Fight me.

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>> No.63941570

Launchy + Everything covers everything ever.

>> No.63941644

Winrar looks gay though.

>> No.63941705

So do you, faggot.

>> No.63941727

>using a separate tool in a separate window to draw fucking circles and rectangles

the absolute state of Linux software

>> No.63941748
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says the guy using vlc

>> No.63941774

Choosing an archive tool based on the way its GUI looks is pretty fucking gay, anon.

>> No.63941828

Shitposting about people being gay is pretty fucking gay, queer.

>> No.63941931
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So basically we are all fucking gay and it's time to make every board red, so we can have thematic trap threads.

>> No.63941957

Traps aren't gay.

>> No.63942001

They are.
Just embrace the gay, anon.

>> No.63942025

rtorrent is superior.

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Up and running again.

>> No.63942053
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>ctrl+F 'mpv'
>no results

>> No.63942065

By far the best torrent client on windows, but not the best in general.

>> No.63942070

rufus corrupted a few drives for me

>> No.63942077
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>> No.63942760

That's not even original to intellisenseā„¢, that's what every ide with code completion has

>> No.63942779

the original is better

>> No.63942952


>> No.63942958

>he doesnt use TreeSizeFree for eaisly deleting clients PST files when they complain about low disc space

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>> No.63943006

Because it is shit

>> No.63943036

Not the same anon.
Objectively speaking Visual Studio is the best IDE.

>> No.63943173

Is Bleachbit better than CCleaner?

>> No.63943285
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>> No.63943377

Yeah, absolute best.

>> No.63943390

Unless you pirated winrar you'll be happy to never have to wait for that please buy popup ever again

>> No.63943442
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Compress your videos without losing noticeable quality.
It does a incredible job compressing my phone videos almost to 60% in size while i cant still notice quality issues.
Useful to just save space or uploading smaller files.

>> No.63943502

And about peazip?

>> No.63943547

winrar is just better

>> No.63943709

This is your brain in anime.

>> No.63943725

no, it isn't.

>> No.63943732

mpc-hc + madvr

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>> No.63944007

Go to grave Uriel

>> No.63944342

10 rupees has been deposited in your bing account pajeet. I'm surprised you suck corporate dick this much. Just because Microshaft's logo is on it, doesn't make it good. Go back to your home board over at /v/ brainlet

>> No.63944378

How to make that shit not hang up after ^C when it's writing to device?

>> No.63944415

wish it had a client/server mode like deluge and support for proper plugins.

>> No.63944778

Elaborate please
What makes it superior?

>> No.63944875

>>trying to rectangle select some files/folders teleports the cursor to the bottom-right corner of your monitor, every time
thought that only was happening to me lol

>> No.63945295

pv is better

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>> No.63945343

lol that's stupid

>> No.63946187

Im going to be going out of state away from my home server

is there any EASY way I can "mount" a remote sftp of my server from windows so I can do some work from home

>> No.63946576

I mean, it's actually the encoding software library (x264 or x265) that makes you so satisfied with the program, but it's true that Handbrake is non-shitty software because of its nice, newb-friendly GUI.
It doesn't support avisynth and only includes basic scaling algorithms like lanczos and bicubic, and lacks in audio coding by only supporting the AAC-LC version of AAC, but cool software nonetheless

>> No.63946698

I have used it for over 10 years and I cannot stand the fact that there is no Linux version or replacement

>> No.63946727

XMedia Recode

>> No.63946762


pv if=void.io | dd of=/dev/sdb iflag=fullblock oflag=direct bs=4M

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>> No.63946810

yup. this is why rufus exists. can't expect microshit to do anything other than download the iso

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>> No.63946920

cat works just as well. Seriously.
Might as well use pv to get progress.

>> No.63947351

Fuck yeah, this and streamlink are /comfy/ as hell
youtube-dl is a life-saver

>> No.63947371

pv < file > device

>> No.63948059

None. There must be a god for it must've been gifted to us directly by him.
Sometimes it stops working, though.

You can set up directly xorg

>> No.63948395


this is the best fucking software ever made

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>> No.63948469

I use firefox and fuck off.

I decided to try it a while ago and its really nice.

>> No.63948486

see the ffmpeg post

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>> No.63948521

Foobar2k is terrible.
Also you forgot to include calc in your list(at least it was good up till Windows 10).

>> No.63948538

>read only filesystem

>> No.63948792

>Foobar2k is terrible.

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Fuck you hamachi and port forwarding this the shit

>> No.63949102

very much alive for smaller communities

>> No.63949185

Real One Player.

>> No.63949725

number, size and activity of these communities is tiny compared to the heyday of irc. "dead" is a relative term.

>> No.63949775

>open archive
>try to scroll sideways to find more metadata info
>sends cursor to the right at the speed of light

>> No.63949780

true enough
imo irc was never made for heyday volumes of chat
much like the relationship between quality and community size on imageboards

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*shits on your torrent client*

>> No.63949830

handbrake is shit though just the less shitty of free GUI video encoders

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>> No.63949912

cant create a windows bootable usb with it :^)

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>> No.63949943

>Non-shit software
>not an empty thread

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>> No.63950174

its okay but that special character in torrent filename bug STILL wasn't fixed last time I used it

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>> No.63950464

For Windows you can just make an active fat32 partition with diskpart and just copy all the files from the iso to it. That's what I do.

Rufus is still great for GNU/Linux though.

>> No.63950501

This program makes Microsoft devs look like retards for how useless the regular search is.

>> No.63950513

Is this a joke? ffmpeg has the absolute worst API I've ever seen. Full of holes and undocumented gotchas. Yes, it's powerful, but god damn I hate using it.

>> No.63950532

>Pick one and only one
Look at all the web brogrammers in this thread who don't realize that all software is shit.

>> No.63950542


mpv is elder god tier

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these two

>> No.63950790

Its perfectly straightforward and complete. There are no holes and its really not meant for general non-multimedia users but for people who know how multimedia works. Not a good introduction but if you want a good introduction you probably don't want to learn how thing work ever.

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make it cross-platform

basically a program that can compare two checksums, it matches the lines that have the same hash, filename and directory but if there are mismatches, it'll print it out in a new checksum

>> No.63951597

>if you want a good introduction you probably don't want to learn how thing work ever.

>> No.63952322

It's a tie between AEnema and Forty Six & 2 for me

>> No.63952357

I think he is talking about the failed Libav split. They managed to get a Debian dev to replace ffmpeg with Libav for some time and this affected Ubuntu as well. Eventually everyone realized Libav was a shit tier project run by drama queens and ffmpeg was placed back in.

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Textual is the greatest IRC client I've ever had the pleasure of using

Amazing in the command line

This gets me everytime

>> No.63952421

Adobe After Effects

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>> No.63952485

Dumb brainlet grandpa

>> No.63952537

Or he could be posting from Alpine Linux.

>> No.63952583

Not that anon, but you're fucking retarded. Everyone knows VS is a very good IDE, and I'm a linfag.

>> No.63952593

nu faggot

>> No.63952624

I prefer Peazip. It looks nicer and has more functions.

>> No.63952980

>winrar theme
why? it's not like you spend a lot of time in the UI. as long as you're not fucking with settings constantly you can do 99% of things you would use 7-zip for through the context menu of any file.

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>> No.63953028

iirc, the way its EQ works is retarded, even compared to shit pajeet players. but then if you're an audiophiliac you would be using an external system eq anyways.

>> No.63953034

vmware destroys this

>> No.63953040

vmware is nfpd

>> No.63953042

vmware is closesource and bloated

>> No.63953052


>> No.63953065

>Has anyone really been far as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

>> No.63953070

such as?

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>> No.63953093

pv [file] > /dev/sdc

>> No.63953095

What different between chrome and chromium?

>> No.63953110

chromium is the open source parts of chrome

>> No.63953183

rsync since its the only copy-move/etc command that actually shows progress and speed of a transfer unlike fucking "cp" and "mv"

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Grep of course! Half of my job is spent stuck in an ancient GUI-less Realtime-*Nix OS, and the basics really show their value once you get a hang of their use

>> No.63953300

Thank you so much for introducing me to that. Now I don't know how I ever did without it.

>> No.63953340

Double fixed. C C C C C C COMBO WHORE

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>> No.63953559

Official download link? All I get is third party download sites giving old versions...

>> No.63953642

This should be the newest version.
You can click [email protected] Site, but the link seems dead.

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>> No.63954728

actually I tested them side by side on a slow computer and winrar does perform noticeably faster for rar and zip files. it's also faster for extracting LOTS (100's of thousands) of small files onto a file system. it's slower with 7z files though.

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>> No.63955751

Wrong thread

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