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My first test blog

Posted 01-16-2006 at 03:09 AM by Nalish'l

Just checking out the new blog system here at LQ. Haven't used a blog before either ;)
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Yay weblog.

Posted 01-16-2006 at 02:42 AM by truthfatal

So what shall I add for my first 'blog' entry?

Well, considering where this blog is located, I should say something about my linux experience.
I started off with Slackware about a year ago... I forget which version, it was fun, but I wanted to experiment with different distros (once I found out that there were other distros!) so I bought the 2005 Linux bible. It came packaged with Fedora Core 3 which I used for many months, however, it was fairly twitchy on my system, so I...
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nearly ready to make the leap to linux, i want to to go 1) linux, 2) 64 bit and 3) dual core...

Posted 01-16-2006 at 02:35 AM by retep57

nearly ready to make the leap to linux, i want to to go 1) linux, 2) 64 bit and 3) dual core..., sound slike 3 steps, everywhere i look the coverdisks seem to be 32 bit only :( , feels like 3 big steps, maybe i will wait just a tad more till the next amd x 2 price drop then go for it, have 2 windows systems, am happy enuf with them , dont want to pay more for yet another version of windows and associated support programs, office , norton firewall antivirus etc.. i run some distributed computing...
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From under my rock.

Posted 01-16-2006 at 02:03 AM by maxie

Hmmm, a blog.
Ten years on the net and this will be a first.
If anyone else actually reads this, good luck, I hope you gain from your time.

As a first entry; I am right this minute doing an online update to a brand new WinXP install.
This has gone all too well i.e. XP install @ 40mins then SP2 install @ 1hr20mins. Then antivirus and firewall and now the online update. I started at 3pm, it's now 5:51pm.
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE...

This is...
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Debian No public key's

Posted 01-16-2006 at 12:55 AM by Userabuser

#Good lord, no repositories have public key's. Here's the fix

wget http://ftp-master.debian.org/ziyi_key_2006.asc
/usr/bin/apt-key add /path/to/file/ziyi_key_2006.asc
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