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:: I am trying not to allow personal bias get too much in the way of contributions, which is why I listed a range of FMs without specifically recommending any of them, including those without their own wiki pages. A warning was placed about Thunar as although it is an excellent FM (I personally prefer SpaceFM), the exo and xfce4-about menu entries can irritate users like myself who want a "harmonious"-looking desktop. Experienced users would know this; I'm just trying to be helpful for others like myself who want to learn.
 
:: I am trying not to allow personal bias get too much in the way of contributions, which is why I listed a range of FMs without specifically recommending any of them, including those without their own wiki pages. A warning was placed about Thunar as although it is an excellent FM (I personally prefer SpaceFM), the exo and xfce4-about menu entries can irritate users like myself who want a "harmonious"-looking desktop. Experienced users would know this; I'm just trying to be helpful for others like myself who want to learn.
 
:: Of course I understand being corrected when I neglect to adhere to the guidelines, but sometimes the amendments do seem a bit over-critical. It has seemed at times as if it is being done of out irritation than anything else (as apparently evidenced by being called "usless"). Personally, I would rather just be told to go away if I am considered as being provocative in some way. [[User:Carlduff|Carlduff]] ([[User talk:Carlduff|talk]]) 17:01, 7 December 2013 (UTC)
 
:: Of course I understand being corrected when I neglect to adhere to the guidelines, but sometimes the amendments do seem a bit over-critical. It has seemed at times as if it is being done of out irritation than anything else (as apparently evidenced by being called "usless"). Personally, I would rather just be told to go away if I am considered as being provocative in some way. [[User:Carlduff|Carlduff]] ([[User talk:Carlduff|talk]]) 17:01, 7 December 2013 (UTC)
 
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Lahwaacz, why do you undo my change about vconsole.conf in Beginner's Guide? I tried what was written there, and that's not working, but change that I does solved this problem
 
 
[[User:Kycok|Kycok]] ([[User talk:Kycok|talk]])
 
 
:See {{ic|man vconsole.conf}}, it clearly says that the path is {{ic|/etc/vconsole.conf}} and not {{ic|/etc/fonts/vconsole.conf}}. I don't know what's your problem, please use [https://bbs.archlinux.org/ the forums] to solve it. -- [[User:Lahwaacz|Lahwaacz]] ([[User talk:Lahwaacz|talk]]) 20:14, 24 December 2013 (UTC)
 
 
::Ok, thnx. Maybe it's not working only on my system
 
  
 
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== Stop ==

Revision as of 21:12, 15 February 2014

Fork Bomb

Fork_Bomb: This new article worries me a bit, as it provides an example of how to do one. Carlduff (talk) 21:04, 30 November 2013 (UTC)

But it also contains some information regarding prevention, so I'm fine with its existence. I can't comment on the factual accuracy though. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 15:46, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

Openbox

RE: Revision [1]

A dependency of Thunar is libxfce4ui. A sub-package of libxfce4ui is xfce4-about. For confirmation see: [2]. So I would not describe my work as being "useless" or "inaccurate". There are however many useless and inaccurate articles on this wiki, which seem to be ignored in favour of putting my contributions under a microscope instead.

OK, there has been a slight misunderstanding with the xfce4-about - it is not a (sub)package in Arch terms, I'd say it is a binary/executable that is part of libxfce4ui. I was looking for an Arch package under that name.
First of all, why recommend some application when the user is discouraged from installing it in next sentence? Also, I'd say that an average Arch user knows about the dependency chain, and checks which dependencies are installed if he cares.
You are not under a microscope, it just happened that Openbox is in my watchlist. Believe me that I check all pages from my watchlist equally. True, I don't check all new edits in Special:RecentChanges, that's just beyond my powers...
-- Lahwaacz (talk) 16:43, 7 December 2013 (UTC)
I am trying not to allow personal bias get too much in the way of contributions, which is why I listed a range of FMs without specifically recommending any of them, including those without their own wiki pages. A warning was placed about Thunar as although it is an excellent FM (I personally prefer SpaceFM), the exo and xfce4-about menu entries can irritate users like myself who want a "harmonious"-looking desktop. Experienced users would know this; I'm just trying to be helpful for others like myself who want to learn.
Of course I understand being corrected when I neglect to adhere to the guidelines, but sometimes the amendments do seem a bit over-critical. It has seemed at times as if it is being done of out irritation than anything else (as apparently evidenced by being called "usless"). Personally, I would rather just be told to go away if I am considered as being provocative in some way. Carlduff (talk) 17:01, 7 December 2013 (UTC)

Stop

Lahwaacz, you appear to be trolling my edits. Please stop doing that.

Idomeneo1 (talk) 20:51, 15 February 2014 (UTC)

  1. Commands like systemctl enable ntpd do not belong into ArchWiki - see Help:Style#Daemon operations. The original wording was absolutely fine and compliant to the style guidelines.
  2. There is a fundamental difference in how the individual network managers use NTP: NetworkManager runs the daemon which stays running, whereas netctl and wicd synchronize only once.
  3. Why the hell is "Synchronize once per boot" under "Running as daemon"?
Reverting once again, sorry... Please do not edit articles outside your competence.
-- Lahwaacz (talk) 21:09, 15 February 2014 (UTC)