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Pacman killed android studio, Y A Y

Going back to Ubuntu

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  • 2
    How?
  • 8
    Dont use Arch if you cant fix your shit.
  • 2
    And yeah go back to that cancerous piece of shit that we call ubuntu.

    On serious note.

    Really dont use Arch if you just update and when something like this happens and you cant fix it or search why it broke and just say. Oh yeah its broken. Lets go back to Ubuntu. Surrrreeeeee thats a perfect solution.
  • 0
    Poor Android studio.
    Blood must have blood.
  • 0
    @Haxk20 It's better than Debain imo

    Not to mention Debain won't run this program that is only for Windows, a program I need for school

    I have no idea why, wine should work on it, but it doesn't
  • 3
    @Raccoondude Sounds like you really should go back to Ubuntu :D
  • 1
    @Raccoondude
    1. Debian has wine
    2. You run an program,where an linux version exists on wine?
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    @stop I know debain has wine, but wine on debain wont run this program I need

    The program is only for windows
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    @Raccoondude if wine doesn't work then try wine-staging. If that doesn't work then just run VM.
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    We never left Ubuntu...
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    1) it's Debian, not debain
    2) it's ill advised to anchor your workflow on software you don't understand
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    @bahua I understand that, but I didn't have time to figure it out

    I used to run Debian (excuse my typo from my last comment) on my laptop I use for school, the program was for school :/
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    @Haxk20 Translates to don't use Arch. Who wants to fix shit? I use Linux because it's stable. And Ubuntu/ Debian is.
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    @Ubbe No. Arch is not stable if you dont know how to use it. (See one of my latest rants)
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    @Haxk20 or

    and hear me out

    we can have updates that don't have a chance to hose the system?
  • 1
    @Parzi We already have. Its 90% of updates.
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    @Haxk20 doesn't seem like it.
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    @Parzi Trust me it is
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    @Haxk20 > pitiful cries appearing every week about pacman -Syu hosing systems
    > it's not broken at all

    that's how logic works
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    @Parzi Its not. If you cant make your system stable then its not for you. Trully last Arch broke i got was months ago without mesa-git. I always forget to build mesa-git after i build llvm-git. So yeah breaking it quite often but thats my fault and only mine
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    @Haxk20 yes however a package manager really shouldn't need to be babied and cleaned up after manually when it makes a mess. At that point you might as well compile everything yourself.
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    @Parzi well I do.
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