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26 Comments

Julien Robin

April 29, 2020

Linux forums / community
"Question : I would like to know how to have my WiFi working"
"Typical answer : Why don't you use another WiFi card".
"Typical answer : What did you break, try adding $$join(INCLUDEPATH,'" -I"','-I"','"') sed "s/^.*: //" to the involved WiFi drivers makefiles then rebuild your kernel, you noob"

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Mr. Wonderful

April 29, 2020

I'm curious. Do the multiple ear rings enhance your WiFi reception ??

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Neil D'Souza

April 29, 2020

10 ways Linus is just getting better!

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Brent Summers

April 29, 2020

'Almost six hundred Linux distributions exist, with close to five hundred out of those in active development.' According to a Google search. Almost every distro team could do with more people working on QA, most are stretched incredibly thin.

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niko3770 niko3770

April 29, 2020

Hahaha! I get it! Fedora, ha!

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no one

April 29, 2020

Waiting for os makes sense

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Sheen Ismhael Lim

April 29, 2020

Can I say "btw, I use linuxmint", or is that exclusive to arch users only.

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Chris McDonald

April 29, 2020

I run i3 on fedora that's been my setup for years

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deMarq

April 29, 2020

Stop self-advertising

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deMarq

April 29, 2020

Linus advertising Linux

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storytelling

April 29, 2020

Me as a noob, I don't really understand what he just tried to explain…

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Ganoosh Gaming

April 29, 2020

linux tech tips

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Michael Davis

April 29, 2020

Thanks for this. I just picked up a course on Linux basics on Udemy and now you've got me thinking about installing Linux on some old laptops I have. I'm a chronic endless tinkerer, so this sounds like a great platform for me!

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anticipayo

April 29, 2020

Windows servers are very reliable nowadays. I have worked with large tableau servers running on windows and they are stable. The only concern is cost.

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Shared Knowledge

April 29, 2020

This is Linus reading a script he knows little about as 99% of everything he does uses the malware known as Windows 10. Linus has even admitted many times on camera he knows little about Linux. What a farce. Why not have one of your team who actually is literate in Linux do this video? Sometimes you are the Donald Trump of YouTubers.

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definedecline

April 29, 2020

when MS ended support for windows 7 i jumped ship all the way to linux. It's been a learning curve after nearly 25 years with windows, but linux mint made the transition fairly easy. and any questions i have i can find the answers from the forums…

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mattr8750

April 29, 2020

Literally in shock when you mentioned 'stability' I have wasted days of my life on two separate occasions with two out dated but perfectly capable machines.
Just for a get go: Ubuntu uses at least a gig of memory out of the box, and you will need 2GB plus for it to be usable – and by usable I mean not literally hard lockup forcing a hard reset when it runs out of memory. now I'm sure there is a way to fix that, but my point is it does NOT "just work" out of the box. I'm sure if you know what you are doing, you can confidently get linux very stable and efficient. But if you don't know what you are doing, its a nightmare. You can easily (as I have) break your system to the point of needing a reinstall just trying to set up file sharing, remote desktop, or even just getting external drives to work. And this has got to be one of the most common use cases for linux, yet it takes days and hundreds of google searches to get things working.

If you a proficient in linux, I'm sure its great.
If you are a complete noob to computers in general, then I'm sure an out of the box install of ubuntu for basic web browsing is great.
If you are otherwise proficient in computers, but new to linux, and just want to get something to work, it is a f***ing nightmare.

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Alan B

April 29, 2020

Ok Linus. You have convinced me to try it. I've got a spare computer that I'm gonna install Linux onto and see how it helps my 3D modelling and printing.

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Nate Tallent

April 29, 2020

im only a windows user because game developers refuse to develop for linux. linux is much more fun ngl.

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bubba

April 29, 2020

i always thought it was pronounced lie-nux

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Karthik Kamon

April 29, 2020

I READ LINUX AS LINUS WHEN I FIRST LOOKED UP

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Abdulwahab Jag

April 29, 2020

Next: 10 ways TempleOS is just better

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Suleman Khan

April 29, 2020

Linus promoting Linux

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Cubers Anonymous

April 29, 2020

Linux Tech Tips

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Lukas F

April 29, 2020

scroll wheel in linux pls

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Resplendent Moron

April 29, 2020

WHY THE HELL NOOOT?

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