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Old 10-13-2003, 07:16 PM   #16
dalek
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Exclamation Howdy wahwah


You sure are far away. Got to go find the Netherlands.

Where's that map. Hadn't seen anybody from there before. Saw one from China once. I wondered how they got through the censor stuff. again

Nice to meet you though. Have a great day!

Later

 
Old 10-13-2003, 07:47 PM   #17
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Netherlands = about 5000 miles east-north-east of you (52 degrees north, 4 degrees east of Greenwich), although not quite as far as China :-) We DO have a lot of Chinese restaurants though :-)
A clue: tulips, windmills, Amsterdam, Johan Cruyff (a once very famous soccer player), Erasmus (philosopher), Constantijn Huygens (physicist), Marcel Minnaert (astronomer), Piet Mondriaan (painter), Gerard 't Hooft & Tini Veltman (nobel laureates Physics), Rembrandt van Rijn (painter), Vincent van Gogh (too) and a lot more ... although lately there's litlle to be proud of here anymore <sigh>

Well, I'll stop spoiling the thread now (it IS a linux forum)
Bye (time for me to sleep, have to go out and build Oracle Designer Forms tomorrow
 
Old 10-14-2003, 01:01 AM   #18
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Talking Google works

I found you. Just to the wesst of Germany and north of Belgum. I think that is where Shell built one of the big oil platform things on the Discovery Channel. They built it then pulled that monster out to the 'North Sea'. I remember all the hills and pretty scenery. I also remember that the sea out there is really rough at times. I think that is it. Sort of reminds me of Brazil as far as a lot of trees and such.

I wish I could get out and see the world. Being disabled sucks. Lets see: Grand Canyan, big valcano in Mexico, rainforest in Brazil, Rome, list could go on for a while.

Later


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Old 10-14-2003, 04:37 AM   #19
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i tried both ntfs and htfs/ntfs but no joy.

The output of fdisk -l

dev/hda1 HTFS/NTFS (* BOOT)
dev/hda2 Win 95 Ext'd (LBA)
dev/hda3 Linux
dev/hda4 Linux Swap
dev/hda5 FAT16

i was thinknig maybe there is a problem becos the ntfs part is the default boot, i'll change LILO to linux and see if that works
 
Old 10-15-2003, 05:39 AM   #20
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changing lilo didn't change anything. during boot i still get the same 'ntfs not supported by kernel' and i looking at my first kernel recompile ??
 
  


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