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Think this is a little bios don't you think? Not one vote for Linux admins lol

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Just for fun

Who is the worst at cable management?

Seriously if you haven't seen this it's worth a watch.

It goes into detail on using and coding of the Apollo missions guidance computer.

Really interesting.

youtu.be/B1J2RMorJXM

It's that time again. Here's the first stable update after our 21.08 release.

It's a big one!

PS: A small regression sneaked into this update for rk3399 based boards. Ethernet does no longer work on kernel 5.14, so if you rely on that on your or please don't update the linux package.

forum.manjaro.org/t/arm-stable

Movie night in the pool.

Annabelle creations. Finally got time to kick back from fighting openshift and openstack all day.

Elon, get your act together and get the rest of starlink satellites launched! I am tired of waiting!

For fun post the first version of Linux you ever used and when...

Slackware 2. 1995..

Damn I am old.

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Me
No because if I unplugged the flux capacitor while its phased locked with the temporal stabilization circuit it can cause a feedback loop in the dimensionally transcendental circuit. I don't have to tell you what that would mean all out chaos. I am talking dinosaurs and Indians, flying krakens, knights on motorcycles, and the scariest of all Democrats and Republicans getting along. It would be all out madness. Time would unravel as we know it. No, No, there has to be alternatives.

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hmmm, might need Ziggy to jump in, now that I am thinking about quantum lol

ME
Do to the breakdown of discontinuous transition between quantum states cause by the radiation being emitted by the tartis we have lost contact with Al and therefore lost all help from ziggy.

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he was the last hope lol

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Did you even bother unplugging the flux capacitor?

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I tried contacting geordi la forge as well as Colonel Carter over subspace but the plasmion radiation is interfering with the subspace radio. I sent doc brown a letter but he will not receive it for another 50 years. I sent the master a hypercube but still waiting on response.

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hmmm, might need Ziggy to jump in, now that I am thinking about quantum lol

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neverless a simple qualified analysis indicates a considerable iridescence in the rhytidome on the exterior skin. The tri-band array is receiving increasing ionizing radiations and the tartis is starting to loose phase with this dimensions resonance.

Please help! 🤣

******** might need to get the master to help 😂 🤔 maybe mcfly and the master.... I can see this not ending well haha 😂

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I crack myself up lol. My post somewhere else. Its long so well be in replys to this.

Part 1.

I ended up with a timey wimey issue when I plugged the flux capacitor into the tartis. It seems it caused a destabilization in the magnetic constrictors which caused leakage in the dimensionally transcendental circuit causing dimensional leakage. The bigger on the inside is leaking out and I don't know what to do. I tried installing a fresh ZPM to generate a subspace bubble to halt the leakage.

What's this world coming too?

I use to cough to cover my farts, but now I have to fart to cover my cough!

Jumping on the Linux birthday bandwagon, looking at FOSS games this coming week on stream.

thepolarbear.co.uk/

Biden just announced he just took a urgent phone call.

He said that he will be purchasing the vehicle's extended warranty.

🤣

Got my homebrew printer up and running again after a failed print crashed my hotend.

Upgraded to thermocoupler and 60 watt heater and in the process I accidentally touched wires and made some smoke. I also broke a driver and had to write to write a custom profile for the amp board. That was lots of heating and reading voltages. I am glad it's done.

Now back to printing my Saturn V once benchy is done.

It's hard to believe how many major businesses are jumping to use it.

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