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Ranted at too many systems and OS until I loaded Slackware-3 onto my AMD486-DX100 [I didn't have enough floppies and my modem was 14.4k, so a friend (Slackware? wazzat?) burned the CD image after d/l at 56K]. Switched completely with 10 and SLAMD64.
Location: Northeastern Michigan, where Carhartt is a Designer Label
Distribution: Slackware 32- & 64-bit Stable
Originally Posted by brianL
Sixty eight and a quarter.
Mental age substantially lower.
Age 69 and a... uh, lessee, uh, August is eight, April is 4, so that's, um, 4 and, uh, 4/12 reduces to some damn thing and that's .3333 so it works out to 69.333 and that's a third, right?
Dang, kids, this is what's going to happen to you! That's what old people are for -- so you'll know what you've got to look forward to! I can remember stuff from 50 years ago but the last five minutes is all a blur.
Born in February 1961 makes me now 52
I started in mathematics on unix, vax cms, tso
languages then algol68, apl, c
I started using slackware with the 13 series; before that used zenwalk,ubuntu around 2007 with linux;
my dark ages from 1991-till-2007 the other OS
@ 72! Been slacker since it was on a few floppies, picked it over transtfal <sp sorry, seems to have been disappeared from search engines. Used Slackware alongside NetBSD on an Alpha desktop and FreeBSD (actually BSDi) on 486 PCs. Yeowie!
Last edited by boinkboink; 08-14-2013 at 06:54 PM.