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gooboy

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About gooboy

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    IPS4
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  1. It depends on the use case. CentOS is a server distribution. Ubuntu is a noobie friendly linux distro. Use the one that best suits the user and application.
  2. Intel for gaming. AMD for servers/workstations/general computing.
  3. gooboy

    Help :D

    IPS 4.3 is the best in my opinion but XenForo is also highly rated. MyBB is a good open source alternative if you prefer FOSS.
  4. 5 years ago I would have said IOS was better than Android but Apple isn't what it used to be, so Android > IOS.
  5. Youtube is better, but they take 30% of superchat profits which is crazy.
  6. I stick to Firefox. The only Chromium based browser I have any inclination to use is Brave.
  7. Linux is my daily driver. I only resort to using Windows when I need to use Adobe products.
  8. The id just trails after the topic name, something like this: http://test.com/forum/general-discussion/?id=1 http://test.com/topic/-test-topic/?id=123 I haven't experienced any adverse effects.
  9. Found a way to edit it without modifying the .htaccess file. I just had to remove the {id} brackets found in the friendlyurl section of the AdminCP.
  10. Hi. I'm trying to remove the index numbers from my website's url using mod_rewrite. Everything I try inevitably fails so I'm posting here in the hopes someone knows the correct solution. My url looks like this: example.com/forum/1-general-discussion/ and my I want it to look like this: example.com/forum/general-discussion/ My .htaccess file is currently: <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> Options -MultiViews RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule . /index.php [L] </IfModule> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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