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  • Guest
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    Originally posted by jacob View Post
    Seriously, this thread is priceless. We have learned that the Android OS based on Linux is not Linux, but on the other hand there is apparently another thing also called Linux, which is not the kernel.

    I think I need a moment.
    Because there is not any alternative to systemd, because every distro is adopting it. Systemd is one of the latest Linux game. I've recently updated my distro; now I cannot use the usual command to install the downloaded packages from the terminal, I have no more the rights!!! It's my PC!!! At the moment I can switch to another terminal by using CTRL+ALT+F#, log in as root, go to the Downloaded directory, type the command and then close this terminal. I've wrote at the moment...

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  • jacob
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    Wow. Of course, these guys were always on the heavy side as far as conspiracy theories go.

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  • jacob
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    Seriously, this thread is priceless. We have learned that the Android OS based on Linux is not Linux, but on the other hand there is apparently another thing also called Linux, which is not the kernel.

    I think I need a moment.

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  • Britoid
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    Originally posted by jacob View Post

    What? I knew they were nutcases, but honestly I wouldn't have expected that. But then again, they did have a fundraiser to have Poettering assassinated, so I guess everything is possible with them.
    https://lists.dyne.org/lurker/messag...1331b6.en.html

    Originally posted by jacob View Post

    Not to mention that Black Helicopters are in fact chemtrails drones, remotely controlled by Poettering using a special version of SySTemD.
    puLsEAUDIO(D) is going to listen to your microphones so Micro$oft can hear you coming and then play out marxist propaganda.

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  • jacob
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    Originally posted by Britoid View Post

    Hard to take anything about Devuan seriously when they have holocaust denial material on their mailing list.
    What? I knew they were nutcases, but honestly I wouldn't have expected that. But then again, they did have a fundraiser to have Poettering assassinated, so I guess everything is possible with them.

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  • jacob
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    Originally posted by Britoid View Post
    Can we just get back to the important point that SYSTEMd is trying to steal our INIT FREEDOM and it has a backdoor so pottering can work with Microsoft and destroy the Linux desktop by filling our hard drivers full of systemD porn.
    Not to mention that Black Helicopters are in fact chemtrails drones, remotely controlled by Poettering using a special version of SySTemD.

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  • arokh
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    Originally posted by frank007 View Post
    I want also to add that Linux (not the kernel) is already a commercial product.
    Just stop. Why are you posting about things you obviously have no clue about?

    I already tryed FreeBSD on real hardware (a new pc bought in the end of last year) and all the internal and external peripheral devices worked out-of-box. Thats all.
    You know how many people are in this thread to see if you managed to install FreeBSD? 0 (zero).
    Last edited by arokh; 04 April 2019, 09:23 AM.

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  • starshipeleven
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    Originally posted by frank007 View Post
    I want also to add that Linux (not the kernel) is already a commercial product.
    No it isn't. Linux distros aren't a commercial product unless it's clearly stated as such.

    I sometimes give a look to a systemd-free alternatives: Gentoo is a non-installable OS; Devuan is not for me (for my own personal reasons).
    You are not trying hard enough.

    Alpine, Void Linux...

    I already tryed FreeBSD on real hardware (a new pc bought in the end of last year) and all the internal and external peripheral devices worked out-of-box. Thats all.
    It's probably new old hardware.

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  • Hans Bull
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    * getting more popcorn *

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  • lucrus
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    Originally posted by frank007 View Post
    Linux (not the kernel) is already a commercial product
    What the fsck is Linux if it's not the kernel? Moreover, assuming there actually exists another Linux which is not the kernel, how the fsck is that related to systemd?

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