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Re: Recommendatins on a Linux Distribution

by scottstef (Curate)
on Jul 22, 2001 at 02:33 UTC ( #98709=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Recommendatins on a Linux Distribution

Normally I would reccomend openbsd, it is increadble secure, and offers a great perl environment. Remember how bored and curious I got last time I was unemployed, and you seem to really want to delve into the workings of your system, I would wholeheartedly reccommend linux from scratch Their web page analygizes it similar to building a house, they will give you a skeleton, you get to finsih it.

"The social dynamics of the net are a direct consequence of the fact that nobody has yet developed a Remote Strangulation Protocol." -- Larry Wall

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[james28909]: i forgot how to link my scratch pad
[Lady_Aleena]: [pad://]
[james28909]: my scratchpad
[james28909]: and like i say, is just an example, not working code, but hopefully you understand what i mean. :)
[james28909]: and like i say, it would be alot of work to get around renaming 3 subs haha
[Lady_Aleena]: Well, you would have to add the file munging and a lot more.
[james28909]: yeah but it would rename those subs xD
[Lady_Aleena]: I'd say, go back to my scratchpad, and really look at what the 3 subs are doing, then play. Meanwhile, I am going afk for about an hour +/- a few minutes.

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