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  1. I was fscked today.

    I was booting ubuntu and got a nice kernel panic. So I boot the LiveCD, and check the disk, which means slamming the y key for 4 hours...

    I wouldn't be doing this had I been suckered into trying ubuntu, and was told of the coolness of it... yeah, I decided to write my final in english on the laptop I installed it on, so I'm up all night working on a week's worth of work.

    Moral: Linux is too hardcore for me. I shall now return under my DRM labelled Windows, at least I can salvage it somewhat. :(

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    2. spank

      spank

      THERE GOES ANOTHER ONE

      BEWARE THE FSCKED HARD DRIVE EPIDEMIC

      HA HA HA

    3. spank

      spank

      AndrewB said:

      Well, Linux is a hacker's tool after all. *gaff*

      http://www.adequacy.org/stories/2001.12.2.42056.2147.html

      leileilol said:

      putting ubuntu on a crappy laptop with little ram isn't a very smart idea in the first place anyway, and it won't make you a better person if it worked because you'll be dorkier (read: not smarter) in public schools (well you're a furry too so it's already too late)

      http://kmandla.wordpress.com/2006/11/11/howto-set-up-edgy-for-speed/

    4. deathz0r

      deathz0r

      Bloodshedder said:

      fsck = file system check, Linux disk checking utility.

      BUT I'M SURE YOU KNEW THAT ALREADY, RIGHT?

      I can't say I've ever needed to use a disk checker in Linux because I DON'T FUCK UP MY INSTALLATION AND/OR USE IT ON A LAPTOP WHICH IS WELL KNOWN TO BE UNSTABLE

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