This distro helped me learn more about linux and using computers efficiently than any other. I wrote my master's thesis on it . Hats off to Corenomial and the most humble and engaging community of #!ers.
Whatever happens, Corenomial has not just provided this amazing distro but a fantastic basic set of ideas to setup your own #! environment on any base. That's an immeasurable contribution.
Again thanks and all the best in your further endeavors Phillip and Becky.
Real (Larger than life): Gandhi
Does not mean i do things exactly the way he did or try to be like him, cause i can't. But, lets face it, around this part of world we owe everything decent in our lives to him.
Real (People i know): My little sister
She is dyslexic, could not read properly till she was 10, and made chartered accountant last year.
I like that for all his sociopathic tendencies he still avoids killing people.
WTF: Dexter Morgan
I like people who live by a code.
I think there is no shortage of people to be inspired by if you are paying attention.
~32C here with around 10-20mm rain and crazy humidity.
As far as hot goes, it was around 47(max)-38(min)C a couple of months ago.
Our server labs at college have AC temperatures around 15-16C, and after sitting 2-3hrs in there i am too cold to even write properly. You guys are like penguins to me .
I don't know a politically correct way to say this, but i hope your friend has a painless ride from here on.
I lost a close friend to blood cancer when he was 13 (me an year older) after 5-6 years of treatments. All we talked about around the end was comics and superheroes. I didn't know what else to do. I still don't.
Its extremely brave of you to not get bottled up, and share. Tough luck.
Well, we continue our thousands of years old traditon to suck at sports. The count is 1 silver and 1 bronze in shooting, as of now. Probably Vijender Singh and co. will get a medal or more in boxing. I don't know if Gandhi would approve of us only getting medals in shooting and boxing .
I knew i had seen a similar thread before. Some of them are still around from those ubuntu days.
>> http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/topic … ur-photos/
I just 'rm -rf'ed my /var/cache dir by mistake. I have been using linux for a while now and this was the dumbest thing i have done . I know its not a system dir but nonetheless it was stupid. So i rebooted to confirm no real damage has been done and noticed that my boot time went down by almost 7 secs. I thought it would be longer than ususal boot as all the fonts (and i have a lot) will have to cached again. Someone please explain.