Is It Safe To Use Software That Isn't Actively Maintained? Posted on May 19, 2023 by Anonymous Is It Safe To Use Software That Isn't Actively Maintained?
We're using LULZ, so I think that's evidence.
yes, why wouldn't it be
Found the Windows user.
Which is Ironic because updates on linux have a higher chance of bricking your system than Windows.
Arch has a higher tendency to break your system than any other distro.
How much higher?
Do you have a peer reviewed study to back this up?
actually that has been debunked, chud. There's no peer reviewed evidence supporting that claim.
Source? I'm tired of you pissbabies spreading deliberate misinformation. Either that or you're a Russian bot.
Windows update during Win10 has bricked my system more times than fucking arch.
No. You must immediately report use of unmaintained software to your nearest field office.
99% of our problems would vanish if we just stopped using the internet.
No, it can cause dependency issues and break your system.
>No, it can cause dependency issues and break your system.
dynamic library bros... we lost...
It's safer than using software actively maintained by trannies. Every time a pride flag spawns on my search bar on Windows, I know I've been digitally pozzed.
Only 18+ old software
Yes, I use my own software that I wrote and don't maintain anymore, it's perfectly safe.
hey DT! is it true that you crashed your system because you symlinked fish to /bin/sh?
are these guys kidneys or liver failing?
Hey DT, why do you use TacoOS?
when was the last time ls was updated?