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Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« on: August 11, 2010, 10:26:28 am »
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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2010, 07:06:17 pm »
HB SIR!!!
I tend to edit my topics and replies frequently.

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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2010, 07:43:07 pm »

I baked you a cake... you should eat it before your whole apartment complex breaks in to eat it for you

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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2010, 08:17:07 pm »
hahahahahahahahahahahahaha... oh god, that was great zach.  that gave both diane and i quite a laugh.  thanks. :)

thanks all!  much appreciated. :)

i had to give my end-of-summer presentation to over 100 people today.  HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!!!!!!

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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2010, 08:34:43 pm »

I baked you a cake... you should eat it before your whole apartment complex breaks in to eat it for you
The doily makes me laugh. :)

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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2010, 08:47:26 pm »

I baked you a cake... you should eat it before your whole apartment complex breaks in to eat it for you
The doily makes me laugh. :)

homo :)

Do you watch True Blood, iago?  I think you'd rather like Alexander Skarsgard.

And also... above 95% of the tenants in my apartment complex have 100% more melanin than I.

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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2010, 09:55:58 pm »
homo :)
I'm glad now that I didn't post what I originally typed, "I love the doily" :P

Do you watch True Blood, iago?  I think you'd rather like Alexander Skarsgard.

And also... above 95% of the tenants in my apartment complex have 100% more melanin than I.
No, but that's the second time I've heard that today. I was installing OpenOffice on Gentoo from source, and for some reason they added a configure argument to set the "drink" to "True Blood", so instead of "go have a cup of tea" it says "go have a cup of True Blood". That got me talking to my friend, and he suggested the show. That was this morning. True story. :)

And, in case you're wondering, OpenOffice is still compiling. :)

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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #7 on: August 11, 2010, 11:35:58 pm »
homo :)
I'm glad now that I didn't post what I originally typed, "I love the doily" :P

Do you watch True Blood, iago?  I think you'd rather like Alexander Skarsgard.

And also... above 95% of the tenants in my apartment complex have 100% more melanin than I.
No, but that's the second time I've heard that today. I was installing OpenOffice on Gentoo from source, and for some reason they added a configure argument to set the "drink" to "True Blood", so instead of "go have a cup of tea" it says "go have a cup of True Blood". That got me talking to my friend, and he suggested the show. That was this morning. True story. :)

And, in case you're wondering, OpenOffice is still compiling. :)

You don't make a very compelling argument at all for me to switch to Gentoo from Slackware. Compiling binaries sucks ass. :P
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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #8 on: August 12, 2010, 08:46:58 am »
You don't make a very compelling argument at all for me to switch to Gentoo from Slackware. Compiling binaries sucks ass. :P
For the bigger packages, like openoffice and firefox, there are -bin versions available which simply download and install the binaries.

It's possible for people to make ebuilds for anything, whether it's sourcecode, pre-compiled apps, commercial closed-source apps, etc. emerge doesn't *have* to compile stuff, and, in some cases, doesn't.

I'm only doing openoffice from source because I'm curious how long it'd take, and because it's fun to try :)

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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #9 on: August 12, 2010, 12:04:39 pm »
You don't make a very compelling argument at all for me to switch to Gentoo from Slackware. Compiling binaries sucks ass. :P
For the bigger packages, like openoffice and firefox, there are -bin versions available which simply download and install the binaries.

It's possible for people to make ebuilds for anything, whether it's sourcecode, pre-compiled apps, commercial closed-source apps, etc. emerge doesn't *have* to compile stuff, and, in some cases, doesn't.

I'm only doing openoffice from source because I'm curious how long it'd take, and because it's fun to try :)


iago using Gentoo? :O

It's as close to FreeBSD as you can get in Linux.  I think Slackware with pkgsrc is as close to OpenBSD as you can get in Linux (especially because of rc).

Erm, Happy Birthday Sidoh!
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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #10 on: August 12, 2010, 12:13:45 pm »
You don't make a very compelling argument at all for me to switch to Gentoo from Slackware. Compiling binaries sucks ass. :P
For the bigger packages, like openoffice and firefox, there are -bin versions available which simply download and install the binaries.

It's possible for people to make ebuilds for anything, whether it's sourcecode, pre-compiled apps, commercial closed-source apps, etc. emerge doesn't *have* to compile stuff, and, in some cases, doesn't.

I'm only doing openoffice from source because I'm curious how long it'd take, and because it's fun to try :)


iago using Gentoo? :O

It's as close to FreeBSD as you can get in Linux.  I think Slackware with pkgsrc is as close to OpenBSD as you can get in Linux (especially because of rc).

Erm, Happy Birthday Sidoh!
Slackware epically failed on my netbook, because it needed a customized kernel + other nonsense that Slackware struggled with, so I tried Gentoo. FreeBSD also failed, for what it's worth -- I'm sure it could have been fixed, but I didn't care enough.

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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #11 on: August 12, 2010, 12:19:50 pm »
You don't make a very compelling argument at all for me to switch to Gentoo from Slackware. Compiling binaries sucks ass. :P
For the bigger packages, like openoffice and firefox, there are -bin versions available which simply download and install the binaries.

It's possible for people to make ebuilds for anything, whether it's sourcecode, pre-compiled apps, commercial closed-source apps, etc. emerge doesn't *have* to compile stuff, and, in some cases, doesn't.

I'm only doing openoffice from source because I'm curious how long it'd take, and because it's fun to try :)


iago using Gentoo? :O

It's as close to FreeBSD as you can get in Linux.  I think Slackware with pkgsrc is as close to OpenBSD as you can get in Linux (especially because of rc).

Erm, Happy Birthday Sidoh!
Slackware epically failed on my netbook, because it needed a customized kernel + other nonsense that Slackware struggled with, so I tried Gentoo. FreeBSD also failed, for what it's worth -- I'm sure it could have been fixed, but I didn't care enough.

Well, you're forced to compile a kernel during the Gentoo "installation" process.  I never knew humans could be installers ... but then, OpenBSD's "installer" experience is much like Gentoo's, only that you don't need to copy files, compile a kernel or configure a boot loader.

How do you like portage?

EDIT: For FreeBSD, might want to look here.
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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #12 on: August 12, 2010, 12:37:07 pm »
You don't make a very compelling argument at all for me to switch to Gentoo from Slackware. Compiling binaries sucks ass. :P
For the bigger packages, like openoffice and firefox, there are -bin versions available which simply download and install the binaries.

It's possible for people to make ebuilds for anything, whether it's sourcecode, pre-compiled apps, commercial closed-source apps, etc. emerge doesn't *have* to compile stuff, and, in some cases, doesn't.

I'm only doing openoffice from source because I'm curious how long it'd take, and because it's fun to try :)


iago using Gentoo? :O

It's as close to FreeBSD as you can get in Linux.  I think Slackware with pkgsrc is as close to OpenBSD as you can get in Linux (especially because of rc).

Erm, Happy Birthday Sidoh!
Slackware epically failed on my netbook, because it needed a customized kernel + other nonsense that Slackware struggled with, so I tried Gentoo. FreeBSD also failed, for what it's worth -- I'm sure it could have been fixed, but I didn't care enough.

Well, you're forced to compile a kernel during the Gentoo "installation" process.  I never knew humans could be installers ... but then, OpenBSD's "installer" experience is much like Gentoo's, only that you don't need to copy files, compile a kernel or configure a boot loader.

How do you like portage?

EDIT: For FreeBSD, might want to look here.
It wasn't an Asus, it's Toshiba. I guess it isn't technically a "NetBook", just a tiny laptop. It didn't recognize my ethernet, wireless, video, or basically anything else by default. So I said screw it.

Portage is what emerge is part of, right? It's nice.

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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #13 on: August 12, 2010, 12:47:30 pm »
This is definitely off topic now. :P

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Re: Happy Birthday Sidoh!
« Reply #14 on: August 12, 2010, 12:48:51 pm »
This is definitely off topic now. :P
You're off topic.