PhoenixKsE wrote:In my terminal, paste is ctrl+shift+V. Don't know what terminal you're using with it being shift+insert.... That would be super weird... having to use my right hand to paste something. *Shudders*
tedtrash wrote:After many years, I have decided that it is better to generate technical equity by learning how to do something than to rely on an expert to make things barely usable.
PhoenixKsE wrote:In my terminal, paste is ctrl+shift+V. Don't know what terminal you're using with it being shift+insert
boysha wrote:IWhat you all know and not many are saying is that there is a large amount of Windows lovers out there but mostly because they are running pirated versions of Windows. If they were to pay for all that I believe that the numbers would be allot smaller. Secondly, most of the Windows applications and the OS itself is Idiot Proofed. And they should be for the amount of money users have to pay to run it. However, using Windows for years produced another kind of user - lazy user. A user who thinks that there is only one way: exe, zip, msi and everything will be done with a double click.
3fRI wrote:If you look at the various posts on these and other linux forums, you'll notice that the most common issues that tend to challenge new users are grub/boot, wlan connectivity, and sound, to name just a few. Perhaps it's a sign of the times, but most people don't seem to have the patience or interest to persevere in learning how to troubleshoot these issues. In sum, you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink.
toomuchcoffee wrote:Videogames .
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