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Me: I got a ransomware on my computer. But it’s okay.

Friend: Of course it’s okay, you change your OS every 6 months you don’t own any files.

Me: True. Also time to go back to Linux!

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  • 7
    6 Months?
    Why so much?
  • 7
    @metamourge I always debate between Linux and Windows. As soon as I get on Windows I am like “Awesome, I can game again without having to use proton on Steam, and everything works perfectly”. Then I get tired of Windows and want my sexy Linux back for pretty much everything else so I switch again. Then I want to game properly again, etc.
  • 2
    "Let's go back to Linux"

    Me: say hello to my little friend - B0r0nt0K
  • 5
    I just have two computers. Actually four. Two desktops, a laptop, and a netbook. One desktop and the laptop have Win 10. The other laptop and netbook have CentOS 7. Because I don't throw things away, I recycle.
  • 4
    6 months is too long. I used hop distros every other week.
  • 1
    You know you can game on Linux and run pretty much any game with the latest proton right ?
  • 1
    @Haxk20 Except Star Trek Online :(
  • 2
    @Haxk20 @filthyranter And Battlefield 5
  • 0
    @root I'm pretty sure I would get both games running even if not with proton but they would run
  • 1
    @Haxk20 I've been trying for weeks with Lutris. No luck thus far.
  • 2
    @Haxk20 I dont think this counts as "any" game somehow.

    Although it's worth looking into when I get around to being able to switch over.
  • 0
    @root simple method. Don't give up until it works and use logs !
  • 1
    Has nobody heard of dual boot? You can have both linux and windows :o
  • 0
    @TheSilent Ya but I am a purist when it comes to OS on my machine. I don’t want no bastard PC.
  • 1
    @Haxk20 Can't exactly debug page faults in arbitrary memory regions.
  • 1
    @TheSilent dual machines is better. 😉
  • 1
    @root fair point
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