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Exactly. You are not going to find any farmers anywhere interested in seed genetics unless they...
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Schestowitz wrote on Mon, 06 Mar 2006 19:21:32 +0000
Nice, pretty transparent wastepaper bucket.
Apparently the did. They now call it "Your computer", "Your network places", etc.
Yeah, there's a significant change -- not.
Hm...clear as mud from the GUI, but I'll have to remember that.
Or a son who likes to write viruses.
Well, it may depend on what one defines as such. I just installed Gentoo's modjk as an add-on to Apache, and the only real problem (a very minor one) was that I had to put in a -D JK inetc-conf.d-apache2 , and set up the rewrites-redirects inetc-apache2-conf-modules.d-88modjk.conf -- all easily figured out by a little poking around in the filesystem, since 88modjk.conf in particular was provided. jk-workers.properties also has to be put somewhere.
Otherwise, it was trivial. I'd call that a quirk or two -- a harmless one, in this case. However, were I not have figured it out eventually from the copious amount of documentation available at Apache's website.
And it's a one-time thing; it doesn't redo itself every reboot or some such.
Presumably one of the drivers is the video driver. Without it, the best one can hope for is the VGA 800x600, if I'm not totally mistaken.
-- It's still legal to go .sigless.