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It entirely depends on how you set it up and where in the transport pipeline you’re intercepting pockets from.

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Because the bear would be having a little snack…

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" Sleepwalkers is a group of young idols who are forced to undergo a ritual where their bones are removed and replaced with a special material that allows them to dance for extended periods of time. Fans of the group are encouraged to give their bones to Sleepwalkers as a sign of their devotion. "

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You never update Firefox while using it?

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The moment Twitter dies, X.com will be an adult website. Not a single doubt.

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GNOME

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I’d take plain text files over the registry any day of time.

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KDE Plasma 6 has experimental HDR support. The HDR Wayland protocol isn’t finished just yet. Here’s a good source.

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There’s a clear GUI option for this in KDE Plasma, no registry or terminal needed.

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hundreds of different distros

And out of those “hundreds” only a handful of them are actually popular and progressing innovation…

As someone who’s distro hopped across a wide verity of distros, the fundamentals are more less the same across all of them. Just go with a popular distro with good documentation and you’ll be fine. If you’ve learned enough from mint to feel comfortable tackling Arch Linux, then the documention (e.g. ArchWiki) will be your strongest asset.

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Luckily on KDE plasma this is just a GUI setting.

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That’s why KDE Plasma just makes the searches shortcuts in a similar manner to the !bang feature of duckduckgo. Though it’d be nice if the used ! in the shortcuts alies by default. !ddg is just more reliable than ddg.

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Imagine being this unironically toxic… in a meme community.

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Why do that when you can just use a GUI?
KDE plasma 6 has a GUI setting for the equivalent feature.

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You forgot the entire point of Arch Linux, it was never meant for newbies, bud.

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A terrible one that’s basically a weird file browser for binary data and crap.

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paru -S firefox

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The registry is worse. They maliciously hide basic settings and leave you to figure it out without any documentation.
The terminal is actually consistent, Grub entries are consistent and have documentation, editing plain text is way better than manipulating binary data with a jank tool.
I guarantee that most Windows users, including the techy type, had no clue that the feature described in my post was even possible or existed. Point is, this is not a system level setting, it’s a basic setting that can easily be done with a simple GUI checkbox/button/switch just as KDE plasma has done. Window’s hiding it, not only inside the registry, but even hiding it from the registry as an unmarked option with 0 documention, is utterly ridiculous.

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Yes, it is functionally different. Because of man, -h/–help,https://github.com/dbrgn/tealdeer, documentation, consistency, etc.
The terminal is a consistent and predictable tool that you are given every needed resource to able to learn and use. To find out what a command does is easy and you don’t need internet to do it. Plus, the terminal is way more versatile and extensible.
The entire point of the terminal is to empower the user and give a consistent interference to manipulate low-level and high-level settings, features and applications. While the entire point of the registry is to limit & obscure the accessibly of options Microsoft doesn’t want you to be able to touch or know about. Nor is it even consistent for that matter, with stuff shuffling around, resetting and being removed during updates. My post is a prime example, they don’t want you to be able to disable Bing search because they make money from it, exactly the same reason they actively try preventing you from removing edge.

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The reason why is because of dependency hell and general packaging conflicts that could occur. You can go with the tar, snap, appimage or flatpak. If you do decide to use the system level package from a 3rd party, just be aware of the risks and be careful. The issue lay within the difference in standards, the usual target for these companies is Debian using the Debian packaging guidelines, while Ubuntu has their own, Ubuntu and Debian also have different release cycles which can lead to conflict with certain packages.
Perhaps, if you’re needs aren’t met maybe moving to a semi-rolling or rolling distro is best.

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