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    AO French Antique News Whore
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    -Simon \"SDK\"

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    I'm already half way there to downloading it
    Thanks SDK, I never knew about the log file.
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    Is it a stable version? Anyway i am still trying to compile the 2.6.2....(dont have time to rtfm! because of f**king exams)
    Is that the place where I am supposed to say sth clever and brilliant so that everybody understands how clever nice guy I am????
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    *Trying* to compile 2.6.2? What seems to be the problem? Compile went very smoothly for me.

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    Nice, time to update the server!

    That's what I love about linux, it's constant attention towards a better goal.

    Windows could learn a lot from that.
    We the willing, led by the unknowing, have been doing the impossible for the ungrateful. We have done so much with so little for so long that we are now qualified to do just about anything with almost nothing.

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    good news

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    -stays with his 2.4.x kernel- No reason I see to switch

    Windows could learn a lot from that.
    You mean like their patch releases, software upgrades, and higher distro releases? Wait, Windows does that too.

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    pooh, you forgot one item: bloat

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    devpon, you forgot one counter: configuration of all services, dependencies, kernel configurations, and program resource demands.

    All avalaible in windows. Bloat only exists if you do not understand the Windows OS.

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    I've been running it on a couple of boxes, and my shell server in user-mode Linux for a couple of days. It seems good.

    Nice to see a working crypto api and cryptoloop built in at last.

    Slarty

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