This is why Windows is 80 times more popular than Linux

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    • #189659
      Anonymous
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      This is why Windows is 80 times more popular than Linux

    • #189660
      Anonymous
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      >Windows
      save > open > extract > ok > open file manager > browse to extracted location > double click exe
      redo same procedure to update
      >Linux
      highlight first line > middle click in terminal > enter > $cmd_name
      `npm update`

      • #189665
        Anonymous
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        and its exact same reason why it have 6 orders of magnitude more viruses

        You know it’s bonked up when even the creator of Linux agrees that Windows does it better

        • #189669
          Anonymous
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          Linux is a Kernel, he didn’t make npm, or apt-get, or the other package managers

          • #189696
            Anonymous
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            it’s the job of the distro maintainer to make packages

            Exactly his point you scrotebrains, shit would’ve been fixed decades ago if linux was in control of userspace
            Use .appimage, it’s what he would’ve wanted

            please show us your sed one-liner great shell wizard

            Not him but this is how I would do it
            jq -r @csv <<<‘["a","b",""c""][1,2,3]’
            But with some transformations to mould the json into what it looks like on the input

            • #189704
              Anonymous
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              >Exactly his point you scrotebrains, shit would’ve been fixed decades ago if linux was in control of userspace
              Linus is a kernel developer, not a sysadmin and not a package maintainer. They really are worlds apart.
              You can "fix" fragmentation in Linux because it exists precisely because different people want different things.
              If you think the Fedora users and Gentoo users can standardize on a single package format or package manager then you’re freaking stupid.

              • #189706
                Anonymous
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                can’t*

        • #189677
          Anonymous
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          it’s the job of the distro maintainer to make packages

      • #189670
        Anonymous
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        alternatively:
        >Linux
        you’re not a brainlet and you just type in package manager name, followed by some keyword indicating you want to install if at all needed for the given package manger, type in the name of how you expect that thing you need to be named, hit enter
        takes as much as five seconds if one types at snail pace, a second otherwise
        99% of the time it just works, for the remaining 1% might need to look up the name
        >the winscrote still prefers the long and tedious route, almost invariably ignoring the "verify your download" step, if checksums or anything like that are at all provided in the first place

      • #189703
        Anonymous
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        >Windows
        pictures
        >Linux
        words

        fuck no wonder why Linux is so shit

        • #189705
          Anonymous
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          >she can’t read

          • #189707
            Anonymous
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            >>nooo you have to read 1000 words

            • #189708
              Anonymous
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              >what is aliasing
              >nooo you have to click the shiny icons that make processor go vroom for bing bing wahoo

    • #189661
      Anonymous
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      and its exact same reason why it have 6 orders of magnitude more viruses

    • #189663
      Anonymous
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      >muh popularity
      I don’t care. Use what you want.

      • #189694
        Anonymous
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        you can’t run what you want if you don’t know what’s out there which is why us linuxscrotes are sad and angy all the time

        • #189699
          Anonymous
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          That’s your own fault.
          Do your freaking research or be bound by Bill’s chains forever.

    • #189664
      Anonymous
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      >This is why
      its users are brainlets who will run everything they download from the Internet

    • #189666
      Anonymous
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      >This dude has never heard of a .deb file

    • #189667
      Anonymous
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      This picture is extra funny because you shouldn’t need nodejs or a new bloated native app with a gui to convert a csv file to a json file, just sed. It’s a one-liner with sed.

      • #189668
        Anonymous
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        please show us your sed one-liner great shell wizard

    • #189671
      Anonymous
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      >installing a package to convert json to csv
      >filtered by a one-line npm install
      >filtered by a python file
      >runs random exe file on Windows
      my sides

      • #189672
        Anonymous
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        Windows stand-alone executable: 3MB

        npm: 10 GB

        Python: 8 GB

        • #189673
          Anonymous
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          >Python: 8GB
          Nice bait

          >npm: 10GB
          Now you are just trying too hard

          >Windows stand-alone executable: 3MB
          Pretty sure I can fit some ransomware in 3MB comfortably

          • #189679
            Anonymous
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            >need to install both Python 2 and 3, plus countless modules
            >easily 8 GB +
            >npm
            >literally runs on Chromium
            >all this bloat and it doesn’t even have a GUI lmaoooo

            or just use the 3 MB windows executable with a GUI

            • #189680
              Anonymous
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              not that anon but python 2 was deprecated, you don’t need it for typical OS operations anymore

              • #189681
                Anonymous
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                >python 2 was deprecated
                And yet it’s still widely in use

                • #189688
                  Anonymous
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                  Something being widely used doesn’t make it not deprecated, it just means it is no longer supported and getting future updates, see people using Windows 7 still

                  nice try, i know how "just leave that out of your linux install, it’s deprecated" actually works out

                  Actually working out depends on what each person uses their OS for, if you needed it, that is one anecdotal point for you, I haven’t needed it, so that is one anecdotal point for me. I wasn’t arguing anecdotes I was pointing out to you and everyone else reading that many distros stopped shipping Python2.7 AND that 2.7 is no longer getting updates or other improvements as of 2020.

              • #189682
                Anonymous
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                nice try, i know how "just leave that out of your linux install, it’s deprecated" actually works out

                • #189689
                  Anonymous
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                  Python2 is only used in businesses that don’t update their shit and leave security holes
                  You can leave it out of your install for your pc. Arch doesn’t need it and python3 command is renamed to python

                  • #189690
                    Anonymous
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                    >new software has fewer security holes
                    AHAHAHAHAHA

                  • #189691
                    Anonymous
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                    >

                    • #189695
                      Anonymous
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                      >Cherry-picks a single python bug
                      >Forgets that python is on both Windows/Linux

                    • #189697
                      Anonymous
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                      >untrusted input

            • #189685
              Anonymous
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              >Python comes with literally all distros (as it is needed)
              >npm doesn’t depend on chromium
              >need a GUI to perform a simple operation/command
              Can’t be more scrotebrained than this

            • #189686
              Anonymous
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              >literally runs on Chromium
              you dont know what npm is or does

              • #189687
                Anonymous
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                >runs on the V8 engine
                >i-it doesn’t run on Chromium, it runs on a sub-component of Chromium, it’s not the same!!!

                • #189692
                  Anonymous
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                  I guess Windows "runs on Chromium" then.

    • #189674
      Anonymous
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      Represents a Kirino fan pretty accurately

    • #189675
      Anonymous
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      sudo pacman -S <program-name>

    • #189683
      Anonymous
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      >sudo zypper install <package "x">
      Whoa sis SO HARD

    • #189684
      Anonymous
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      Hug your imouto.

      • #189693
        Anonymous
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        fugg your imouto (lovingly, with passion)

      • #189698
        Anonymous
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        I don’t have one, I just have two older half sisters that I never see

    • #189700
      Anonymous
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      >//>83771178
      >us
      wingger falseflaggers get the rope

    • #189701
      Anonymous
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      https://i.imgur.com/ugNjTYj.gif

      >opens software center
      >clicks install

      • #189702
        Anonymous
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        Software centers are universally shit in my experience, I always end up using the terminal

    • #189709
      Anonymous
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      where tf did u find SaveJson2CSV

      even if i was on windows i would use npm

      • #189710
        Anonymous
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        first result on Google

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