Developer approached: Man r u serious? U r using linux? Its buggy as hell and crashes all the times.
Me: rly? Looks like u had a bad experience with Linux
Developer: nah i just dont like it, and it crashes all the time.
Me: which distro u used to use?
Developer: i never tried it. Because its crap.
Me: daa fuck!!

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    Why you call him a developer? He couldn't even develop himself into a decent human being who doesn't try to push his opinions on others.
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    @RageOverflow To be fair, a lot of Linux users are the exact same way.

    "I'm having *generic issue with Win10*! What should I do?"
    -"Use linux" is a really really common response.

    You're it wrong though, everyone does need to try it before making their judgement.
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    @Stuxnet So true that it hurts:)
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    Lol crash your own shit, o bet it's more stable than his amazing windows
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    @RageOverflow hahah i agree๐Ÿ˜‚ i call him a developer, because he's fucking talented, but he just dont like open source stuff
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    @ArcaneEye lol me too and it was my first experience with linux(was on fedora)
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    @gitpush indeed๐Ÿ˜‚ but my shit are rolling release and not TLS so he might face some bugs from time to time๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
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    @J-2FA but never a BSOD ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
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    @gitpush hahahahah
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    Why yes, your colleague is right. Linux does crash every now and then, if it doesn't destroy the CRT monitor right away with those modelines. Even with my brand-new 56k modem, updates take too long and are fucking expensive. The only people doing this let their telephone bill pile up because they think that the Y2K bug will reset all the bank computers anyway.
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    @Stuxnet ++++++++++++
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    @Stuxnet yeah, those responses are really annoying. Just want to find a fix without these people saying to switch. And besides, Linux has crashed on me far more times than Windows ever has.
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    @qdsp13 Never had Linux crash on me, but it's caused hours of headaches and anger over simple issues.
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    I've had a lot of crashes with Linux, but the difference with all the crashes that I've had with Windows is that with a little bit of research made a successful comeback hahaha. With Windows most of the time the only solution was to reinstall everything
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    Ironic, considering the fact that he probably uses Windows.
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    Lmao. One of those "I'm a good guy, it's their fault."
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    I got alot of kernel panics back in 2001,
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    The only crashes/freezes I've had on Linux were with Luks encrypted logical volumes. I still can't figure out what's going on with them.
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    Starting from windows 7, the only crashes/freezes i saw on windows, was because of a faulty hdd and faulty ram
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    Every now and then I blunder into making Linux unbootable. But Linux never crashes on me. My current system (dual boot) has an "interesting" feature. My Windows 10 install randomly bluescreens (memory management, driver problems, among other errors I've seen) and my Linux install is always rock solid.
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    @powerfulparadox lucky you, I don't see a BSOD since win 7 (included), except for a faulty hdd and a faulty RAM... meanwhile:


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