Happy Birthday Linux

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    Linux's development is the equivalent of a seemingly simple Sidequest in an RPG that went wild really quick.
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    @rutee07 "memory i like to forget" Why?
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    Another nerd trying to make his own OS, ROFL.

    Not professional, not portable, and will never support anything other than parallel ATA harddisks?

    Super lame, this will never take off.
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    Does anyone else feel like it is time for a new OS? Something that isn't windows and isn't linux and isn't apple and isn't android?

    Geared toward small size and speed?

    It would probably take decades to realize.
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    @Demolishun or just a big company behind it(fuchsia)
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    @stop I look at the website and it is already tainted with political bullshit. When are people going to learn tech people want tech not causes?

    And its affiliated with Google. Who has zero interest in privacy.
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    @Demolishun There is no reason to assume that a rewrite would be better - that's a common dev illusion.

    Actually, it would likely be worse because Linux was born when being a dev still was geeky and required dedication.
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    @Fast-Nop Yeah, I am thinking some sort of Linux variant that doesn't feel like a Linux variant. The problem would be getting mainstream games on the platform. Winblows seriously needs a competitor. I should probably take a look at steam os.
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    @Demolishun Sounds like you might want to check out BSD?
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    @Fast-Nop BSD... I feel conflicted.
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    @IntrusionCM However, BSD is server only in practice - except for people who hate Arch for its ease of use and hardware support.
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    @Fast-Nop whenever I come in contact with BSD, I feel alienated.

    It's not bad.

    It's not good either.

    It's this thing that I cannot hate nor love, but it always feels like something missing... And are they still using CVS?
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    @IntrusionCM I tried to get some impression of it for desktop use, and I concluded that the BSD community doesn't give a fuck. For that use case, it's behind where Linux was a whopping 20 years ago.

    That's where you end up when you remove the so-called "bloat" in Linux.

    Here a nice video how fucked up BSD is for desktop use even in a VM. It starts out reasonably but then goes downhills: https://youtube.com/watch/...
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    Protable? 🤔 Hope his code contains less typos 😬
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    > won't be big and professional like gnu

    Well, that worked out well for you.
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