Sign of the times: Navajo blanket..made in China
Hard work does not kill people but why risk it: Charlie Mccarthy
A man is not complete until he is married..then..he is finished.
When ALL is lost, what can be found? Even bytes get lonely for a little bit! X-ray confirms Iam spineless!
Oh I've got the ultimate error message...
"Welcome to Windows!"
Somewhere in J-Pop Heaven...
I was also surprised at this "Core Dump" .
I installed "Don't Panic" on my friend's PC who actually liked user-Friendly distros. I just gave him some print-outs of Archwiki. He never complained to me that he had to do command-line work. After 1 month I asked him why did not he complain to me ? you know what he said ?
He said: " I always cried for I had to do "Xorg -confiugre", "/etc/rc.conf" editing and these kinds of weired things but I never complained because whenever I booted it says "Don't Panic"
so I think next release should be named AIDS
"Null Pointer", "Segmentation Fault", "Stack Overflow" I like the release names as errors too
Last edited by sjb933 (2007-12-13 01:48:57)
and in this error-context "phrak" or "hacked phrak" wouldn't be only a tribute to our new overlord but also a nice error-message, as kensai stated out!
edit: I just recognized that "hacked phrak" could also be a *buntu-codename...
Last edited by Flying Saxman (2007-12-13 07:56:05)
now with 80% more sax-appeal!
"I hacked the Phrak, and all I got was this lousy signature"
I have to admit, it worried me too, I thought my messing with repositories had caused some sort of problem. Cute name, but maybe something a little less....catastrophic?
Being new to Arch, I got to see the 'don't panic' during the install. Then I almost shat myself when I saw 'core dump.' It took about 15 sec. of panic before I realized it was a release name. THEN I laughed.
/etc/rc.d/ is where daemons reside. Beware.
Mine is "Schivmeister Brew"
I need real, proper pen and paper for this.