What is the thing with people hating on Ubuntu? Terry used it and I love him.

What is the thing with people hating on Ubuntu?

Terry used it and I love him.

It's All Fucked Shirt $22.14

CRIME Shirt $21.68

It's All Fucked Shirt $22.14

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    they got filtered by it

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      huehuehue

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    muh terry

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Debian reskin
    Downstream distros are pointless.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      debian is hopelessly out of state compared to ubuntu. and don't get me started on why bare testing isn't a replacement for ubuntu (hello? freeze period?)

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Thats right just use cent os stream

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    IQfy killed this man and then posted his face as a trophy on the board's pinned/locked thread.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This. IQfy has never, and will never truly respect this man.
      >inb4 kiwifarms did it
      There's no evidence of this. In fact, proof exists of the opposite where people have made tributes and discuss how they miss him.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    16.04 was the last good release, after that canonical stopped caring about the desktop since it doesn't bring in that much money.
    in ubuntu's current state it is shit compared to any other linux distro

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Why are so many distros based on it then? Why don't they all move to Debian or something?

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    you loved him but didn't save his life when you were still able to

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >save his life
      Why should I have?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        that's something you should do for someone you love

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          He was just smart and entertaining, no need to be gay about it. Everyone dies.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I wish I could have. I want to go back to when he was living in his van and tell him that even though I have a normal middle class life, in many way I envy him. Driving wherever you need to go, getting government gibs to spend on beer and cigs, going where ever had a free outlet to charge your laptop. Just chilling and writing your own OS, compiler, and programming language.

      I miss Terry.

      Schizos probably have some truth to their madness. Maybe Terry knew that the new systems all had backdoors and realized (was told by God) the only way to solve it is to make an OS like TempleOS. (1 resolution, and simple libraries for everything to avoid backdoors hidden in complexity.)

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Maybe Terry knew that the new systems all had backdoors and realized (was told by God) the only way to solve it is to make an OS like TempleOS.
        you fricking moronic Black person
        he hated that people ruined the standard IBM PC with gpus, pci, usb and other stuff that bloats the kernel up to millions lines of code
        thats why he had 640x480 software renderer
        he wanted rendering code to be free to study
        his computer activity had nothing to do with "schizophrenia" please read templeos faq and demands before shitting up this garbage

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >that people ruined the standard IBM PC with gpus, pci, usb and other stuff
          People or corpo homosexuals?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            the programmers are the ones who put all the code into the kernel

            Bill Gates might say, "You kids are so lucky. In the bad old days we programmed
            sprite graphics with binary numbers by hand in BASIC. You get to use a hundred
            fonts and program in HTML."

            Bill Gates mostly said, "You know assembly? You're a hacker. <nudge> <nudge>
            <wink> <wink>"

            Bill Gates might say, "Abstraction layers are like condoms -- you should wear at
            least three. What, are you a terrorist?"

            Bill Gates said, "A company is like a castle. Build a wall or fight every
            person who comes along." God answered, "You ate your children in the siege."

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            All desktop PCs will have 8-channel OCTART super-simple high speed serial ports
            to replace USB. They are simpler because the driver is as simple as old school
            RS232 Serial, they have no USB end-points and they have no USB human interface
            device reports. Computer mice will all have exactly two buttons and one wheel.
            Game controllers will all be the standard deluxe game console controllers that
            are popular today. It will have 8 big TX and 8 big RX fifos that allow flow
            control characters to jump the queue. It should be locked-down to as few
            options as possible, like 8-1-N only, although hardware may use a USB frame, not
            an RS232, so stop bits might not be relevant. Perhaps, just two baud rates --
            high and low speed are needed. Low speed is good for slow microcontrollers and
            allows longer cable length. Keyboard, mouse and game controller can be low
            speed.

            The USB creators banned generic devices, requiring a signed, certified driver
            for everything! That's no good. We allow any device and will communicate,
            generically, using a serial terminal program like the old school HyperTerminal,
            XTalk or Telnet.

            A mouse packet interface should be similar to this:

            TX: <ENTER>
            RX: X:+3 Y:+0 Wheel:+0 LB:OFF RB:OFF
            TX: <ENTER>
            RX: X:+0 Y:-1 Wheel:+0 LB:ON RB:OFF

            We aspire to be as simple as a Commodore 64 joystick driver:

            VAL=PEEK(56321)
            if VAL AND 1 THEN y=y-1
            if VAL AND 2 THEN y=y+1
            if VAL AND 4 THEN x=x-1
            if VAL AND 8 THEN x=x+1

            The game controller will be more complicated, but much simpler than USB. It
            will use a standard text packet of some kind.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            All desktop PCs will have 8-channel OCTART super-simple high speed serial ports
            to replace USB. They are simpler because the driver is as simple as old school
            RS232 Serial, they have no USB end-points and they have no USB human interface
            device reports. Computer mice will all have exactly two buttons and one wheel.
            Game controllers will all be the standard deluxe game console controllers that
            are popular today. It will have 8 big TX and 8 big RX fifos that allow flow
            control characters to jump the queue. It should be locked-down to as few
            options as possible, like 8-1-N only, although hardware may use a USB frame, not
            an RS232, so stop bits might not be relevant. Perhaps, just two baud rates --
            high and low speed are needed. Low speed is good for slow microcontrollers and
            allows longer cable length. Keyboard, mouse and game controller can be low
            speed.

            The USB creators banned generic devices, requiring a signed, certified driver
            for everything! That's no good. We allow any device and will communicate,
            generically, using a serial terminal program like the old school HyperTerminal,
            XTalk or Telnet.

            A mouse packet interface should be similar to this:

            TX: <ENTER>
            RX: X:+3 Y:+0 Wheel:+0 LB:OFF RB:OFF
            TX: <ENTER>
            RX: X:+0 Y:-1 Wheel:+0 LB:ON RB:OFF

            We aspire to be as simple as a Commodore 64 joystick driver:

            VAL=PEEK(56321)
            if VAL AND 1 THEN y=y-1
            if VAL AND 2 THEN y=y+1
            if VAL AND 4 THEN x=x-1
            if VAL AND 8 THEN x=x+1

            The game controller will be more complicated, but much simpler than USB. It
            will use a standard text packet of some kind.

            We will make a spec for a $4,000, perfectly standardized, cryogenically-cooled,
            monster desktop PC. It will have 16 cores, integrated 4K graphics, and,
            hopefully, 6 Ghz continuous operation. Perhaps, 64 Gig of RAM will be standard?
            God said to help to poor buy them. It is pointless to have a high powered
            machine if other people have wimpy machines and cannot run programs you write.
            Therefore, everybody in the developed world will buy a Standard TempleOS IBM PC
            over the next ten years, so that will be a quantity of 400 million, perhaps.
            God said to pay the US national debt with the revenue. We will standardize
            everything, not just the TempleOS related items. The display will be 4K (and of
            course 640x480 16 color) and no others. Everybody gets just one monitor, unless
            you buy special PCI cards. Everybody gets two speakers, a headphone, a mic, a
            webcam and touch screen. We make the audio one sample rate and one sample size,
            but TempleOS still gets just a square wave. (HD Audio is really screwed-up and
            requires complicated artificial intelligence, just to route output to speakers.)

            Nice meet you Terry

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >What is the thing with people hating on Ubuntu?
    They don't actually do anything on Linux outside ricing it and posting in desktop threads.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I think Ubuntu should rebrand with the colour purple. I think it suits it better. EVERYTHING PURPLE. Something suitable for a prophet of God.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      did it has the same CEO as yahoo or just a woman, in general?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >muh colors and branding
      irrelevant you dumb woman

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >he doesn’t know about the colours

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    terry used whatever
    he said you should just dual boot windows/linux with templeos
    he had no preference

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ubuntu was not without it's wars:
    - Independence War for Forks
    - Gnome 3 / Ubuntu Unity War
    - Unity Glass Spyware War for Privacy
    - Repo / Software Management War

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    We will make a spec for a $4,000, perfectly standardized, cryogenically-cooled,
    monster desktop PC. It will have 16 cores, integrated 4K graphics, and,
    hopefully, 6 Ghz continuous operation. Perhaps, 64 Gig of RAM will be standard?
    God said to help to poor buy them. It is pointless to have a high powered
    machine if other people have wimpy machines and cannot run programs you write.
    Therefore, everybody in the developed world will buy a Standard TempleOS IBM PC
    over the next ten years, so that will be a quantity of 400 million, perhaps.
    God said to pay the US national debt with the revenue. We will standardize
    everything, not just the TempleOS related items. The display will be 4K (and of
    course 640x480 16 color) and no others. Everybody gets just one monitor, unless
    you buy special PCI cards. Everybody gets two speakers, a headphone, a mic, a
    webcam and touch screen. We make the audio one sample rate and one sample size,
    but TempleOS still gets just a square wave. (HD Audio is really screwed-up and
    requires complicated artificial intelligence, just to route output to speakers.)

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The Standard Temple IBM PC will be a full-sized tower. Perhaps, stain-glass
      will decorate the case because God is sentimentally attached to stained-glass.
      We should set the size at exactly 2.5 feet by 1.5 feet by 1.5 feet as in the
      Exodus,25:10-10 for all time. If there is extra room, make a storage shelf for
      DVDs. We do not want a race-to-the-bottom, shrinking the size. Instead of
      making it smaller, make it more powerful. We want to remove all cost pressure
      from making things small. It must have a CD/DVD/Blu-ray drive. The vision is
      CD/DVDs used for a library of games, not installed on the hard-drive. We need a
      network connection, possibly implemented as a super-simple high speed serial
      device. What about standard monitor and speakers? The C64's success was
      partially due to wide spread, completely standard, hardware. I think TempleOS
      will not do bad block devices, so we need a hard drive, not just NV-memory or
      SSD.

      TempleOS will have the priority over Windows or Linux on hardware decisions. We
      could make it heterogenious multicore. I think we want 16 non-hyperthreaded
      cores. Core#0 is the only full-featured core needed. The other cores will have
      long mode, but not some of these: real mode, protected mode, ring-3, paging,
      interrupts, in/out port instructions, SSE instructions, MMX instructions. This
      Graphics Job is what to optimize for.

      God said Intel should do a simulation of heat produced by gates and try
      spreading-out the heat producing gate circuits on the chip.

      God said Linux's Wine should replace Windows. We will install a standard
      software set-up on all Standard Temple IBM PC's.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >What is the thing with people hating on Ubuntu?
    unreliable and management is shady

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    He was too based to distrohop and just created his own operating system

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Do you know the joke?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Are you listening to me?

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    corporate linux

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bloat. Snaps. Canonical. Gay African etymology.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *