zalew wrote:the good ol' "ms sucks, windows users are stupid" is a childish argument for using linux.This should be the beginning statement in the linux user's manifesto.
So I've been making the move from Windows to Linux, and there was a useful batch command I made for archiving any given file with "x" extenstion using 7zip. But now I'm in a Linux, it's going to be different in the beginning.Let me explain what this command did.
This should be a well-known aspect of Linux, so sorry of this bores you to death. Just in case someone does not realize this, let me share a bit of knowledge that can rescue otherwise inaccessible user data from a corrupt Windows installation.
This workaround even makes "protected" user data accessible.
I am making this new thread because the old "becuase shiny things are funs new windows vs linux" thread is ricululy large and out of date. Also it s not just linux vs windows, but any other os that is alive and by that I mean it still has a user base and recigves new updates or releases. For example linux vs ecomestation and linux vs osx.
loved it, great idea for a show!uname wrote:Nice video. The problem is that Debian, Crunchbang or Linux can look like DOS, windows 1.01, windows 95 or windows 8. I installed Crunchbang Linux with xfce in Windows95/98/xp-style with Libreoffice for a friend.
Qahba wrote:zalew wrote:since you brought hacktivism down to ddosing from the starthttps://sslimgs.xkcd.com/comics/cia.pngThat's not what i wanted to say, maybe i expressed myself wrong. I chose this example of ddosing because there are a lot of people that claim that hacking groups such as Anonymous etc. are only a bunch of "script kiddies" having fun ddosing websites.