Can you explain the difference between transporting and distributing? Without using a wrong definition of either, for a change.
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English people all sound the same, right?
heck look at what we did to the wolf: all those weird mutant dog shapes, sizes, and coats
We did a similar thing with the wild boar, by selectively breeding from the ones that were fatter, less aggressive, and with smaller tusks.
But if we tried till the end of time we couldn't get one to fuck a jellyfish.
Not the same thing at all.
capitol letters [...] illiterate and ignorant
Muphry's Law, I think.
In other words it says it's a real suffocation hazard. That's true, isn't it?
Of course it's completely impossible that somebody thought somebody else had done it.
Correcting fat idiots when they spout shit is not trolling.
WTF is "etnocentrism", by the way? Something to do with volcanoes?
[whisper] Let the killbot win [/whisper]
Looks like we've hit peak 3d printer
If we hit peak 3d printer articles then that'd be a good result.
But with a right-click you can switch to the greatest-ever rendition of the classic KDE Menu
Joe Sixpack & Granny Cookiebaker aren't going to do that.
Back in the days of Redhat 7, wasn't KDE good and gnome crap? I'll have to dust off that old machine that I use as a footrest and see what's on it.
When support for XP ended I tried various flavours of Kali linux plus most of the "spice rack". KDE wouldn't let me change anything, for some unknown reason, and most of the others were pretty restrictive in one way or another. I did keep brief notes, but I can't find them right now.
In the end I went with mate; it works by default pretty much like gnome 2, which I was used to from CentOS 5 & 6.
If you were using the sewers you'd presumably need some kind of submarine. There's also the minor problem of it getting totally covered in shite to contend with.
My enemy's enemy is not my friend.
See also: Hitler, Stalin.
Maintaining init spaghetti scripts is no fun, not easy either.
Been a while since I had to do it, but I don't recall it being that hard. I did have to look at a book.
But that's not the point. If systemd was just an init system and nothing but an init system, so help it God, people could either take it or leave it. They'd have the choice, one way or the other.
The problem is that when it has dependencies on your window manager, microwave & healthcare plan you can't simply unplug it and replace it with something else.