[extropy-chat] all quiet on the extrope front

Robert Picone rpicone at gmail.com
Sat Jan 27 07:57:40 UTC 2007

On 1/26/07, BillK <pharos at gmail.com> wrote:
> In the increasingly rare occasions when command line usage is required
> to fix a Linux problem you can usually find a Linux geek in a
> subterranean dungeon somewhere. You just have to use jelly babies and
> coffee to lure him out, blinking in the unaccustomed daylight, to fix
> it with a few magical commands. (You also have to put up with being
> told at length how big an idiot you are, but that's a small price to
> pay).   :)

And there we go underplaying the importance of the internet again, now
you can reach the mind of a Linux geek in their dungeon from the
convenience of your own home...  Of course technicly I suppose
you could since before the first kernel release, but that detail
hardly matters.
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