Tonight I decided to quit gaming and install Solus

Henry Davis
Henry Davis

Tonight I decided to quit gaming and install Solus.
Am I a giant faggot?
Should I have just installed gentoo or BSD?

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Josiah Long
Josiah Long

Yes.
Yes.

Jaxon Campbell
Jaxon Campbell

Solus
Still play games
Yes
Yes
THAT FIREFOX
You're trash, that's what. The world is filled with your lookalikes, and that's depressing.

Wyatt Williams
Wyatt Williams

Install OpenBSD, don't bother with a third tier Linux. If you insist on using Linux use Devuan or Slackware.

Juan Richardson
Juan Richardson

Does no-one really maintain a separate win10 desktop for the gaming and VR needs? Just vlan that shit off and deny out ound by default and write out your rules till just your games connect? Shit boys, take the teeth out of windows by disabling services via taking ownership of keys in hklm/system/currentcontrolset/services and take back control.

Nicholas Howard
Nicholas Howard

You would have to edit the boot iso to remove the asimov telemetry engine, etc, etc.
In that respect, Windows 7 without (((spy updates))) is far better, but still far more inferior than OpenBSD.

Ryder Thomas
Ryder Thomas

Windows 7 without (((spy updates)))
But it spies on you by default, and it's proprietary so you don't know if it does what it says except for the part that by the results it produces we already know it doesn't.
Where the fuck do you retards come from?
Am I a giant faggot?
I dunno, is Solus a Debian or Ubuntu derivative? If so, yes.
Not that these are the only shitty distros, but they are the main ones people seem to make the mistake of using.

Try Void, Gentoo, Devuan (an exception in Debian derivatives)

Tyler Bennett
Tyler Bennett

It's called usosvc and is a services which easily disabled in the aforementioned reg hive. Set errorcontrol to 0 and start to 4, take ownership of keys, give your local account Full access and everything else read only. Also the update orchestrator has to get nipped too. To find out what to look for you can run wmic service full list and dump the output into a file. Google for the exact command sequence

And fear not, set a restore point before your changes. As long as vss is working if your break anything baddly just fail to reboot 3 times and get
The option to restore from previous recovery so no n the 4 the time.

This is the game I play these days, make windows my bitch, very fun

Caleb Wood
Caleb Wood

You don't need a second machine, you can just dual-boot.

Jaxson Foster
Jaxson Foster

You're only a fag for installing Solus of all Distros.

Install a more viable (but still usable) alternative like Trisquel or GuixSD.
If you're one of them "convenience" soyheads, install MX Linux.

Nolan Howard
Nolan Howard

I can't stand Windows to a degree that makes it impossible to have it installed anywhere. It just hurts to go back to a system that actively tries its best to make it harder for you to customize it.
I've got a Linux gaming machine running Artix and a work machine running OpenBSD.

Daniel Thomas
Daniel Thomas

Don't listen to these dumb fucks. Don't install Gentoo nor OpenBSD.
This, especially GuixSD.
But instead of MX 'Linux' try Mint GNU/Linux

Matthew Mitchell
Matthew Mitchell

Is there a detailed guide somewhere on this shit?

Aaron Rodriguez
Aaron Rodriguez

not hypervisor w/PCIe-passthrough

Anthony Gray
Anthony Gray

Main reasons that were factored into my choice of Solus were it's not a derivative and a rolling release.

Mason Miller
Mason Miller

Should have just used Void

Jeremiah Watson
Jeremiah Watson

No.
I don't do Micro&soft Kikedowns

Easton Young
Easton Young

If this is your first time using Linux and you are generally a noob just stick with Solus for time being until you get used to linux not being some esoteric shit for daily use as some people think.

If you are not debil install guix (gnu.org/software/guix/)

You can still game on linux if that's your thing. There are emulators and bunch of native games.

Also, try to use for questions like this. There is a reson your thread got anchored.

Ryder Murphy
Ryder Murphy

stick with Solus for time being until you get used to linux
From an user viewpoint there's no something as 'getting used to linux', because Linux is just a kernel, whereas GNU/Linux is the system. Android has Linux as its kernel and it has totally different 'feel'.
gnu.org/gnu/gnu-linux-faq.html#feel
gnu.org/gnu/gnu-linux-faq.html
And you should know it, while linking to Guix System, which is an official GNU distribution.
Or are you using Linux APIs directly, so you got used to Linux that way?

Ian Flores
Ian Flores

Just get a different taste in games. You don't need a gaymen computer to play good games, you could pick up a PS2 for cheap or like a super famicom.

Jace Fisher
Jace Fisher

Or emulate the ps2
[email protected] ~ $ emerge --search pcsx2

[ Results for search key : pcsx2 ]
Searching...

* games-emulation/pcsx2
Latest version available: 9999
Latest version installed: 9999
Size of files: 0 KiB
Homepage: pcsx2.net
Description: A PlayStation 2 emulator
License: GPL-3

* games-emulation/pcsxr
Latest version available: 1.9.94-r2
Latest version installed: [ Not Installed ]
Size of files: 2,570 KiB
Homepage: pcsxr.codeplex.com
Description: PCSX-Reloaded: a fork of PCSX, the discontinued Playstation emulator
License: GPL-2 public-domain

[ Applications found : 2 ]

Daniel Thompson
Daniel Thompson

This sub is filled with video game playing manchildren.

Jeremiah Richardson
Jeremiah Richardson

Get Retroarch, Wine, Dolphin and PCSX2, problem solved.

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Lincoln Adams
Lincoln Adams

Solus is a nice distro. I see nothing wrong with this.

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