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Location: Rome, Italy ; Novi Sad, Srbija; Brisbane, Australia
Distribution: Ubuntu / ITOS2008
Location: Rome, Italy
Nationality: Serbian (Little fucked up country somewhere in Europe, but i love it...)
Run to Slack 8.1 boxes, one a dualhead and one with no monitor i just SSH to it through the first box.
heheh MasterC is that truck mp3 player thing the project on your website? hahah i think thats cool, and wheres the thread of pics?, if people want to start linking there pics here go for it, i will, i just have to scan it, couldn't be bothered right now, gettin ready for a party.....
truck driver delivering bulk milk (about 26 tonnes at a time)
into politics, history, music (most types though listen to virgin radio for specifics), motorcycles, computers (anything anti-micro$oft),stand-up comedy and drinking!!!!
cheap pentium 4, 40gb, geforce 4 something, onboard sound, 256 meg of ram, dual boot (single hdd) windows xp (got to dance with the devil until I know enough about linux etc to excorcise the system) and mandrake 8.2 (will be 9 when it's released)
Well done, whoever it was who started this thread - quite amusing!!!
p.s. Chad, I presume that the "geeky bald dude" on your photo page isyou - if so, judging from the wedding photo, that would make me taller and about eighty pounds heavier (similar haircut!) - maybe I should get a scanner and some pictures/my website done!!!
Of course you should. I think everyone should have a piece of the internet somewhere that they can say is "their homepage". As for a scanner, they are actually giving a few away at McDonald's with the happy meals now No, but they are really dropping in price. Make sure you get a scanner that is known to work in Linux though, my POS doesn't. It's ok though because I have a digital camera though.
Yep that's me, the geeky bald dude, only I too am 80 pounds heavier now The geeky bald dude one was right after I got up here, still in some decent shape then. The wedding photo was shortly after boot camp, so I was slim and fit then. Anyway, I was really lazy and didn't get the pics onto my computer yet to upload em, but I will do it soon.