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Originally posted by dalek Well what is your uptime? Quit teasing and tell us. Well, what is it already? I'm waiting .......................................
Guess he won't tell us. < head hanging in shame>
dude i was just kidding. i'm using a laptop, so since i'm on the go a lot, there's hardly a time where i can leave my laptop on for an indefinate amount of time. i did have it up for 3 days over a friday, sat, sunday when i was ripping several dvds on the hard drive.
Yup....that's a nice link....and I really find the concept of UML (User mode linux) a fantastic one!......I think it is set to be a very significant tool for people involved in developing software as well as those looking to simulate multiple machines on the same piece of hardware...
However, the article seems complicated to me at this point......So i probably feel that I'll need some time to dwelve deeper before I can try out this one...