On 23/11/2007, Mark Dimond <mark_dimond(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, firstly, you will now incur the wrath of another member who
> known and loved by all as Dick Turpin. He's called this because he
> will fleece you of every penny that you own and will earn until the
> end of your days... Just kidding of course ;-) and that should show
> you what sort of a LUG we are i.e. very friendly and always joking.
> Actually Dick merely has this unbelievable aversion to the poo distro
> that is Ubuntu. But I'm slowly weaning him onto Kubuntu ;-)
Kubuntu is pooh too :-P
> Meetings... are normally riotous affairs..well the first two
> anyway and it's been downhill since then I gather. Initiations...none
> really :-))))
Apart from paying me your 'subs' £30,000.00
> As long as you don't top post you will be fine......
Yep, top posting non trimming are my two pet hates I was crucified for
doing it when I first got into Linux so I don't see why anyone else
should get away with it. :-)
Hehe well I am determined to wean myself off the 'golden
brown' distro one
of these days, just built myself an awesome new rig (quad core Q6600, 4G
PC-5400, ultra-quiet super-micro tower :-D ) which really deserves a bit
more to be honest! At the moment just gots Ubuntu with a VM or two.
I like you already. Nice machine, run VM's (My fave subject) and will
ditch the brown distro.
Also noticed the new Asus sub-notebook, targeted at 'educational
which seems like a good idea:
Comes with Xandros pre-installed though - if I got one I'd have to put
proper Deb on there :)
I posted about them a couple of weeks back I'm toying with buying two of them.
Anyway that's enough fantasising about hardware; yep will
coming to the meeting, looking forward to it!
I'll fleece, Oops, I mean, I'll see you there.
Oh yeah welcome bye the way
Arch Linux is an independent i686-optimized community distribution for
intermediate and advanced Linux users. Utilising a Rolling Release
System packages are regularly updated and an ISO release is just a
snapshot to the stable packages at that time. So there's no need for a
fresh install the command 'pacman –Syu' upgrades the whole system.