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Social Network by Matilda Doshbeck - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 12:45:59 EST ID:2ApJWF0u No.34719 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's the fastest way to setup a social network? I want to setup a social network for my university. Similar to Facebook but different in some ways as well.

Are there any free software projects out there that have attempted this?

I'll be running it off an old desktop I have in my room.
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Hamilton Turveyshit - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 14:49:10 EST ID:rU4BYvYe No.34814 Ignore Report Quick Reply

He means that it suppresses wages in a general sense. See being a programmer isn't a unionized factory job, the other programmers are your competition and not your friends. (Nowhere near enough programmers realize this....you are a caged animal in a cubicle zoo whose food is money, you gotta kill the other animals if you want more food)

So when you take the time to act as a crutch that weaker programmers can lean on instead of just simply letting them drown, then it becomes justified when the companies come back and say "american programmers aren't productive enough" and "american programmers don't deserve to be paid what they're paid" and "we need way more H1B slaves because american programmers don't have enough skills." So by wasting time to assist a coworker who can't survive on their own makes two people look bad instead of just one, because now you just look like a slacker since you spent all your time helping what should've otherwise been a lost cause.

But it's totally okay because omglolrofl she's a girl programmer and requires special attention, right?
Nigel Mellyforth - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 22:06:01 EST ID:9GNL65xE No.34833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Where I live programmers are in demand big time. There is not enough supply.
Jack Mingerridge - Tue, 24 Nov 2015 21:19:27 EST ID:VYIRtL5o No.34845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Nowhere near enough programmers realize this

Or they do, but they're smart enough to realize that playing DEFECT DEFECT DEFECT ... ad infinitum in an iterated prisoner's dilemma is NOT how one gets ahead in life
Isabella Guvingmodge - Sat, 28 Nov 2015 03:46:09 EST ID:rC5q417d No.34846 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>extremist workplace politics
>hostile delusions of conspiracy

You both work for the same place, it's kind of in your interest to make sure this insolent coworker who dares to bother you with their questions doesn't fuck shit up because it's your income too. HAHA I WON I TOTALLY KLD MY OWN JOB AND LOST ALL MY MONEY
Cyril Dartdale - Wed, 02 Dec 2015 16:56:00 EST ID:5q2tULje No.34855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The iterated prisoners dilemma assumes equal chances though. Somebody who has a significant advantage can play that strategy and be likely successful.
The problem with that of course is the Dunning-Kruger effect, stating that people with mediocre abilities think they are at the top.
It doesn't change that superb programmers can be assholes and still win.

Zuckerberg vs the Winklevi is an excellent example of both actual superior ability and the Dunning Kruger effect. [/OT]

Python JSON Extract Value by Archie Pattingville - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 21:40:14 EST ID:TZ2ht1Xk No.34837 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi. I'm getting a JSON response like this.
{'data': [{'id': 123, 'value': 42, 'text': 'ayyylmao'}]}

I want to extract the value number.
I tried using json.loads to turn it into a dict named result, then tried accessing it with
but the key isn't found. So then it seemed to be a dictionary within a dictionary (see that second set of braces within the main 'data' key) so I tried
but that gives the error:

builtins.TypeError: list indices must be integers or slices, not str

So what should I do?
Archie Pattingville - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 21:47:02 EST ID:TZ2ht1Xk No.34838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thank god the IDE shows you the nested structure of your variables and their data types. Turns out it was a dictionay in a list inside a dictionary. Yo dawg...


Send SMS through Python? by Charles Chinkinbadging - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 16:41:32 EST ID:7tlwV1lw No.34829 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have been trying to code a text messaging program, for when I don't have a phone. I have so far experimented with smtplib and such, but it just doesn't work..

I have used this example from this page

I have managed to send through my gmail account, but not with the program script? Am I missing something. My code looks just like the one there. Nothing happens though.
Cedric Shakebury - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 17:17:14 EST ID:+Pttg+YM No.34830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's old as fuck. You shouldn't be surprised if it doesn't work without modification. Google's really big on OAUTH2, maybe they require you to use it now?
Henry Turveyman - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 04:07:29 EST ID:c06WQfKp No.34831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If your IP address isn't blacklisted, you can send the e-mail yourself over one of those e-mail to SMS bridges.
Basil Pittspear - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 16:50:40 EST ID:en0VEAtu No.34832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Python you can just put a wrapper around C functions, and the SS7 API only has a handful of functions to implement which is what you want, a Signaling System 7 stack. Beware these are wide open to abuse to secure it properly

placing a background image in html by johndoh - Fri, 13 Nov 2015 16:41:36 EST ID:TvP8NPEt No.34825 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How would i go about adding a background image to my html, the image name is background.jpg

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">

<!--This is a html comment. Comments are not rendered by the browser-->

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html/php; charset=utf-8" />


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Isabella Gacklehall - Fri, 13 Nov 2015 17:49:38 EST ID:BBWuMoko No.34826 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Use CSS. Ideally you will keep your styles in a separate file, but you can set a background image inline as well like so:

<body style="background: url(background.jpg);">
johndoh - Fri, 13 Nov 2015 18:32:28 EST ID:TvP8NPEt No.34827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
so in my css styles where what would i do

/*This is a CSS comment*/

body {
padding: 0;
text-align: justify;
font-family: "Century Gothic", Verdana, sans-serif;
font-size: 13px;
color: #666666;
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Augustus Bladdleham - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 00:08:04 EST ID:FZqsCuoJ No.34828 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you tried typing "placing a background image in html" into Google?
You would probably get an answer much faster then waiting for it here.

For your very first section in your CSS that says:
body {
padding: 0;
text-align: justify;
font-family: "Century Gothic", Verdana, sans-serif;
font-size: 13px;
color: #666666;

Replace it with:
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making a game by Leafing - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 10:17:57 EST ID:GcdHK6IG No.34800 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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its a simple game.. basically it involves 3 moving objects encased in a circle the objects are a little square a little circle and a little triangle.

the point of the game is to shoot the little circle before the other two leave the area

the thing is the closer the target to shoot gets closer to the little circle the farther the little square and triangle will distance themselves from the orgin of the circle untill the leave the area

the point is to shoot the circle before the other two leave the area

how do i go about programming this.. i dont even know what language to use

please help
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Nigel Haggleworth - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 14:02:42 EST ID:FZqsCuoJ No.34804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just try searching for things like beginning C++ game development
You are going to need to know things like how to create a game loop and collision detection
Fucking Surringbanks - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 14:55:59 EST ID:5q2tULje No.34805 Ignore Report Quick Reply

This is the only thing that makes sense for this kind of thing on a PC. Processing is a batteries included development environment for all sorts of graphical gimmicks.
You can run the app on the PC and even mobile devices if you'd like.
Fucking Surringbanks - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 17:27:09 EST ID:5q2tULje No.34807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There also is pygame which uses SDL (simple direct media library) and Python

It's not batteries included type of toolkit and it's not as trivial to get it running but it's also very popular.
Another fun exercise would be to write it in javascript and html5 canvas.

You can of course use C or C++ and use libraries like SDL, SFML or juice. But that's not nearly as rewarding and much more work. Overkill for a simple game like that.
Barnaby Brookshaw - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 15:13:12 EST ID:a3hxXxtZ No.34815 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you have the programming but you have to download some kind of programmed engine to make the graphics, i have no idea why these are needed but apparantly its hard to draw graphics to the screen or something
Cedric Bunwell - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 19:30:13 EST ID:NjiqVowD No.34823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You make these simple games in HtDP course

There's also a Racket book where all you do is make games

CSS help by johndoh - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 16:05:06 EST ID:TvP8NPEt No.34820 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can any one help with a CSS issue

Im tryign to validate to CSS 2.1

the code that I am trying to validate using https://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/

i keep getting the error Parse Error .content { width:680px; position:relative; padding-left:40px; color:#111111; text-aling:left; font-family:"Century-Gothic", Verdana, sans-serif; line-height:20px; }

/*This is a CSS comment*/

body {
padding: 0;
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David Nammlefed - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 18:05:59 EST ID:FZqsCuoJ No.34821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Try spelling align correctly
David Nammlefed - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 18:10:40 EST ID:FZqsCuoJ No.34822 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And end your #page section with a }

Account Testing by Skrublord69 - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 08:47:05 EST ID:LMikzCNe No.34696 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a list of facebook accounts, I want to write a program that takes each login combo and attempts to login. If login is succesful I would like to have these combo's written away in a separate file. I have only learned java and C#. Any language you would recommend to do this?
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Nigger Billingshit - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 15:21:53 EST ID:rU4BYvYe No.34699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
curl, nigga
Skrublord69 - Wed, 07 Oct 2015 10:45:53 EST ID:FeuLQ3F5 No.34705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ty fam
Molly Pockville - Wed, 07 Oct 2015 10:58:45 EST ID:fsld9AGU No.34706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You're trying to compromise some people's FB accounts. No help for you.
Graham Pickville - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 16:00:37 EST ID:8gl+mZ4G No.34816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And facebook has pretty good security, not really a surprising fact ey.
You will login successfully, and won't be able to do anything further. The person will receive a warning that someone from not their usual spot tried to log in.
He/She will change her password.
You time is wasted.
But no judging, we all did it once.
It will bite you in the ass sooner or later.
Fuck Blythelock - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 11:46:55 EST ID:5q2tULje No.34817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>But no judging, we all did it once.
Actually no we didn't.

OP: Ask here: http://chat.efnet.org/irc.cgi?chan=%23hacked, be sure to follow their instructions precisely.

Inheritance Is Your Friend by Jenny Biblingson - Sun, 01 Nov 2015 18:18:04 EST ID:VtZq2tO3 No.34795 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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"von Nodes und graph erben du dummi" -

"Inherit from Nodes and graph you stupid"

It took me almost ten years to understand inheritance. I am working on an graph algorithm and am using a graph library. i created my classes and started pulling my first prototyp together. But instead of extending the existing Node class of the framework i made my own class with an attribe "Node home;".

That was soo stupid.

I needed to crawl though pointers to get to the Node attributes and in the end i got pretty entangled in weird argument passing. So it just occured to me why i dont just inherit the Node so i can work with all Methods directly. And the thing is i have never used it. And by the time i learned it in class i jsut got used to my old workflow of sotware planning. involving thinking about who has which attributes. I was working with classes more like a struct. I never used inheritance.

Did you ever look back at your code and think how could you write so bad code?
Esther Gublingspear - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 15:28:59 EST ID:qknwLASZ No.34806 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Class inheritance is worse than goto - it breaks encapsulation, encourages type/class confusion, causes tight coupling, opposes dependency injection, creates hierarchies rather than networks, promotes code reuse rather than behaviour reuse, and dilutes motivation for language designers to implement better features like interface delegation.
Simon Becklebetch - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 10:55:08 EST ID:y+/Sxa60 No.34808 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are you arguing for composition over inheritance?
Nell Hodgeridge - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 12:09:14 EST ID:ye2oh+to No.34809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
We are supposed to use SOLID principles at work, which prefers composition over inheritance. Not done much straightforward development yet though.

Making sense of research papers... by Beatrice Pablingtuck - Sun, 18 Oct 2015 07:22:23 EST ID:XXer/JVh No.34757 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm a layman programmer, and while I went to engineering school I haven't studied academic computer science. Now often times when I am looking for a solution to a computing problem libraries which implement an algorithm to solve it don't exist.
But research papers are often available on the subject, and because I know if I come up with an ad-hoc solution it would be far worse I find myself trying to understand said papers.

Do I have to enroll in computer science/math classes to learn to understand the language and notation involved or is there some way a layman can learn it without first investing months.
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Faggy Bangertore - Sun, 25 Oct 2015 05:40:15 EST ID:c06WQfKp No.34777 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Simple algorithm:
Charles Dummerstock - Sun, 25 Oct 2015 15:58:43 EST ID:erkPyTBw No.34778 Ignore Report Quick Reply
First, simply google the author's name(s) and see if they have a page with the programming code, they usually do. For example here's Prof Jin-Kao Hao's "Multi Neighborhood tabu search" implementation in C http://www.info.univ-angers.fr/pub/hao/clique.html I just found. You can also email them and just ask for it, they will give it to you so long as not for commercial purposes.

The best way to understand research papers is read through CLRS https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/introduction-algorithms or one of the Art of Programming books. They are implemented in pesudo code after showing you the exact math algorithms, so you get used to translating math notation and can use them as a reference manual to help transcribe research papers.

All the Sussman books do this too like SICM and Functional Differential Geometry. The first chapter of SICM shows exactly how to do this, translate notation into procedures. You don't have to understand the math in CLRS or TAOCP in order to use the algorithms but it's helpful to know the math so you can analyze your implementation to either prove it's correct through basic induction or optimize it so it doesn't use 4G memory.

I learned from MIT's gigantic discrete math lecture "notes" for 6.042 (full book at this point) http://courses.csail.mit.edu/6.042/spring14/mcs.pdf the same course is on Open Courseware, it won't help you understand fully the graduate level math involved in research papers but will give you a basic foundation to simply translate them
Clara Pandlewell - Tue, 27 Oct 2015 16:05:27 EST ID:XXer/JVh No.34782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Wow thanks, that's the kind of response I was hoping for. I'm not sure I'd find the time to read all these textbooks for this project but I'll definitely try to utilize them to arrive at better understanding.

I'm already halfway there for this project, I was able to strip the sample code of the CUDA PEMS application in order to make it a native C++ one.
A few segfaults and I need to write an interface so it accepts input from stdin, but otherwise, see for yourself...
Angus Sissleforth - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 21:51:22 EST ID:SWZWkzOe No.34798 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what notation specifically?

are they describing the algorithm in uml, raw mathmatical functions, whatever those electrical engineering logic gate things where called, crude stick figures?
Fucking Surringbanks - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 09:59:47 EST ID:5q2tULje No.34799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm fine now, the algorithm I am using now is fast enough and it's described in pseudo code which helped me to arrive at a sufficient understanding. It also has flowcharts (by what you meant electrical engineering logic gate things?).

Other papers don't do that, and many only provide a written description along with a mathematical theorem. These are the ones I have the most issue with. For now I am progressing the project with what I have. Eventually I want to bin-pack irregular, non-convex polygons and those methods are much more complicated.
What I'm doing now:
The C++ implementation that comes with it first looked more complicated than it is because it had redundant methods, cuda code and was all in one 1000 line file.
After removing the cruft I am left with 2-3 classes. I already fed it a csv file I created with python and it works. Next thing I'll probably try to use boost.python to integrate it into my project properly.

What language to learn? by Thomas Didgemug - Wed, 07 Oct 2015 14:01:37 EST ID:+OtdvYbS No.34707 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys,

The language I started with and am the most familiar with is C++.

I coded in VB thanks to school (horrible experience), some web development oriented languages which is something I don't care about, and well.. That's mostly about it.

I was thinking about learning some C# but it doesn't seem to be much liked over here. I'm way far from being a Windows fanboy but it does seem to be a language that's rather in demand these days.

What do you think? Should I avoid C# and go with something else, and why?
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Matilda Hummerpon - Fri, 30 Oct 2015 22:29:19 EST ID:OheqWBBY No.34791 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It absolutely does.
But the same goes for intermediate compilers that I can only assume >>34749 meant in his post, when he said:
>Scheme can also translate itself into any language you tell it to

True, it's how compilers and decompilers work.
Faggy Chinnernen - Sat, 31 Oct 2015 14:01:30 EST ID:SFwGSzW3 No.34792 Ignore Report Quick Reply

You can't just tick a box on a decompiler and tell it to spit out some PHP code or whatever. Chances are you're going to get code that's very primitive C code, to the point of being illegible and impossible to understand. Then when you go to re-compile that code you're going to get some kind of monster binary that wastes more resources than a rap star on food stamps.
Hedda Pevingsock - Sun, 01 Nov 2015 16:32:00 EST ID:L53HyYnX No.34794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Still true, a decompiler is not a magical device. One decompiler can usually decompile into just one language.
The output of the decompilation is pretty much illegible, save for the selected few who understand the compiler
that the binary was created by and the decompiler that was used.

Intermediate compilers are usually not much better. They might be able to save some symbol names, but the
resulting source code can't be considered sane, at least if the two languages are not similar in paradigms.

I'm just saying that there is no such language that can be translated to all others (in a meaningful way).
Jenny Biblingson - Sun, 01 Nov 2015 18:23:40 EST ID:VtZq2tO3 No.34796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nice said. People need to learn whats possible and whats useable.
Phyllis Pemmernock - Tue, 03 Nov 2015 00:59:50 EST ID:c06WQfKp No.34797 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Either C++ or C# should be fine in today's market.

RPG Structure by Henry Cunderdurk - Wed, 29 Apr 2015 19:26:15 EST ID:Ky+8GJE7 No.33865 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It seems like it would be somewhat easy to create an RPG structure, but it starts to get confusing fairly fast.

I was creating a Character class for a PlayableCharacter class and a Monster class etc. to inherit from. It's simple for the basic stats like HP, Level, Attack, Defense, but then for things like movesets it gets a bit complex. I could create a Move class and then create a list of made Move objects, but then where do I store the moves, in another class, or do I have them loaded externally from some format?

Searching around people suggest more of "compositional, property based" programming rather than inheritance. There's also suggestions to create interfaces for these properties.

I feel I am a rather intermediate programmer, and can create basic structures with class inheritances, but trying to build something of this scale without some proper knowledge and planning seems a bit hard. I just want to build a framework now that I could use with whatever, which will be Windows Forms at first.

Although I should move to something like Unity, I'd really like to get this down for general programming practice in plain Visual C#.

Any data structure tips, experience, sound interesting? I mean even stuff like an Item class, there could be weapons, helmets, body armor. I guess once again just have a general Item class and fill it in with relevant properties, but how do I store these properties?
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Esther Buzzshaw - Fri, 29 May 2015 08:15:04 EST ID:OheqWBBY No.34048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Got any of those vanquished complex problems available in github (or somewhere) to back your crap up?
Martha Bovingbotch - Fri, 29 May 2015 10:32:31 EST ID:0fDyrctt No.34049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I know that, but I also know that OOP is a plague on the programming world, and is responsible for the majority of errors in programs.

I'd agree that OOP is overapplied, but I don't know that "responsible for the majority of errors in programs" is a falsifiable statement. My hunch is that programmers who don't know what the fuck they're doing (ie. newbies) are responsible for the majority of errors in programs. Your points concerning functional programming are valid, which is why I agree with teaching functional programming to beginners at first, but I can't agree that OO should just be totally abandoned.

What makes me most sad about object-orientation is that its evangelists have painted it as a silver bullet for software engineering. It's not. No paradigm is, not even declarative programming. Some backlash against hype is understandable, but it does have a use even in a more functional world. The best use of objects is to enforce the design contract of a chunk of state.

Either way, OP has chosen to use C#, which is traditionally thought of as an OO language. that is written with OO idioms. Leave him to his choice if that's what he wants.

>So instead, you're going to copy-paste a bunch of similar "level+x, maxHealth+y,..." code for each character?

Which is exactly why I told him to make his program data-driven, so he's not creating a new character class in code for every character type he wants.

>How is this relevant? I don't follow your logic of "I need random growths, therefore I cannot write declarative code.".

Pseudo-random number generation generally works by applying a function to the previous number generated or a given seed value. That generally means mutable state somewhere, in this case in a RNG object, and a sequential order of operations.
Hamilton Croppershaw - Sun, 31 May 2015 08:01:01 EST ID:HnxlUmLD No.34060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>My code was hard to write, hard to read, and filled with countless bugs. It was a miracle when my program worked as I intended it to.
Don't blame OO for being a shit programmer
Edwin Dummlewit - Sun, 18 Oct 2015 08:01:41 EST ID:idROnM/G No.34758 Ignore Report Quick Reply

try taking it slow work on one thing at a time and when it feels right put 2 and 2 or all at once
Shit Fabblewell - Thu, 22 Oct 2015 17:23:11 EST ID:Ey5194CH No.34770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hahaha if this is what he thinks about OO, could you imagine him writing in C?

least friendly linux distro by Matilda Denningstock - Sat, 29 Aug 2015 16:50:12 EST ID:A9aEYzQo No.34518 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what is the least user friendly linux distro?
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Faggy Blackfield - Mon, 31 Aug 2015 23:53:14 EST ID:ALghvMIf No.34530 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's called Linux From Scratch (LFS) and it's not a distro.
Caroline Pessledock - Sun, 13 Sep 2015 21:46:52 EST ID:YPNmCKxq No.34618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
arch linux. In return you get exacting control over every minute detail of everything, which is exactly what I require, demand, and expect from my computer.
Samuel Chundlefield - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 08:52:37 EST ID:Ic3BPiW/ No.34711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Temple OS.
Edwin Hurringkeg - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 16:03:00 EST ID:OheqWBBY No.34714 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not sure about today, but mandriva was the crappiest I've tried. I remember it was the first release with that name, after a change from mandrake.
Software installed through its package manager had about 50/50 chance of creating start menu items. If it did, it was more than likely to point to an non-functioning executable.
I think I ended up switching to SuSe in less than a week. That worked well enough for me.
William Hembleman - Sat, 17 Oct 2015 21:44:24 EST ID:pJjrJHcU No.34755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's a difference between LFS and creating a new distro.


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