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Windows 7: Unix at 40

09 Oct 2009   #21
bjrichus

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
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Nighthawk...

I like the picture of lots of PC's in racks. What do you think of this collection of a few hundred of my little Dell playthings...
I'm afraid you would need to take that up with my Ser(vice)ver manager as well as his global advisor on that.

Oh but your boys can't out-cute my boss, now can they?


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09 Oct 2009   #22
Night Hawk

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Sorry Antman but I can see why this one was moved. Some want to get too far sidetracked from the actual topic. I think that got lost somewhere along the way.
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09 Oct 2009   #23
Antman

 

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Sorry Antman but I can see why this one was moved. Some want to get too far sidetracked from the actual topic. I think that got lost somewhere along the way.
This thread was moved?

grep ^off-topic why.not
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09 Oct 2009   #24
Night Hawk

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I guess we'll just have to "chill" in the chillout room!
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09 Oct 2009   #25
Antman

 

perl -le 'print $!+0, "\t", $!++ for 0..127'
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10 Oct 2009   #26
Night Hawk

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I thought that was supposed to 128bit there?!
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