> Hi Dave
> dave schrieb:
>> I love installing! In fact I spend more time installing,
>> setting up and maintaining the computer than using it.
> You're almost like me, or me almost like you.
> I spend a lot of time installing/testing systems, configuring stuff, learning
> new things on the way etc.
>> I'm glad the reports help,
>> Thank you all at 64studio for a great distro.
> Yep, I can only second this again and again and a...
Hi Raphael ;-)
My eldest son goes mad with me, I spend ages setting up linux,
when it's running kinda sweet, I kill it and start over :-))
Linux means two major things to me.
1: Choice, I can start again if I want to.
I served my time as an engineer, I love to know how things work.
After an accident in 1989, I met some great holistic healers.
Now I have my own Clinic, train every day, and study how people
I chose to change my life, it was the right choice,
and I had to have an "accident" to make it happen.
2: The linux community,
Sometimes you try to help someone with a linux problem,
and it doesn't work out, it means they have to reinstall.
This upsets me, but starting over is sometimes the only way.
I need a howto on howto post on a mailing list.
My posts look fine in the text editor, I paste them into icedove
and send... Blam... the text "spews" all over the page.
I swear it makes me reinstall all over again. ;-)
The linux community IS Linux.
My reports are the least I can do,
I have great respect for the developers and people
who make linux happen, even if I don't understand
the details sometimes.
If the developers get one bit of useful info from one of
the novels I write, it is worth the time.
Check out the Dweezil Zappa link here Raphael.
Great page Daniel, hope you don't mind me linking it here.
If you do a google for human skull,
you will see engineering at its finest.
See what I mean, a little note to say thanks Raphael,,
turns into a novel.
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