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This is a OS I have been working on since Ubuntu 10.04 Beta 2. I thought itís about time I released it and get
some criticism on it.There isnít any 32-bit version as most people should have a 64-bit processors as they have
been around for for a few years now. The main reason for going with 64-bit is because itís faster then 32-bit on the same hardware and there arenít many programs now that donít run on 64-bit.Ubuntu maybe easy to use but not
all of the programs for it are,...
They (whoever "They" are) say it's a virtue. Not that I've ever been keen on virtues, but I am more patient now than I used to be. Which is ironic, really. The older you get, the less time you have left, so you should be less patient.
I'm sat here like a kid waiting for Christmas, waiting for two parcels to arrive: my Slackware T-shirt + "official" DVD, and my Sheevaplug. If I could wear my Slackware T-shirt while installing ARMedslack on the Sheevaplug, that would be...