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  • #41
    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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    • #42
      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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      • #43
        Wow. Of course, these guys were always on the heavy side as far as conspiracy theories go.

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        • #44
          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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          • #45
            Originally posted by arokh View Post

            Just stop. Why are you posting about things you obviously have no clue about?



            You know how many people are in this thread to see if you managed to install FreeBSD? 0 (zero).
            Because you think other people are like you.

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            • #46
              The last thing to everybody: how do you dare to crypt any of your partitions when I already experienced an unbootable PC because of systemd? Think before you all write, and decrypt everything.

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              • #47
                Someone call the authorities! This guy should not be allowed near a computer, especially not one connected to the internet.

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                • #48
                  Originally posted by arokh View Post
                  Someone call the authorities! This guy should not be allowed near a computer, especially not one connected to the internet.
                  It must be because his computer is running sY$tEmD.

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                  • #49
                    Originally posted by Redfoxmoon View Post
                    SystemdOS is coming along nicely.
                    Yaaawwwnnnnn

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                    • #50
                      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.
                      yyaaaawwwnnnn...

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