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  • Hello, I am New (bie)

    So, apparently there are no "I'm new messages" allowed.
    Last edited by doom777; March 17, 2005, 17:37.

  • #2
    Uh oh....delete your post while you still can......

    :)
    Answering easy questions since 1987
    Si Dieu est pour moi, qui peut être contre moi?

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    • #3
      Did you not notice the New (bie)?

      I don't think I can delete the thread. Now I could delete the message itself, but an empty thread looks more threatening.


      As for Windows, in my defense, I have a 12 GB hard drive so it's impossible to split and still have plenty of space on each VDrive, and linux doesn't run all programs designed for windows.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by doom777
        (Subject)Hello I am New(bie)(/subject)
        Forum Culture Guidelines

        1. The ‘I’m new post’


        You have an "edit" feature in your post for 24 hours after making the first post.

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        • #5
          Shit, my first post on the forum, and I already violated a rule. Bad way to start :(


          Thanks for telling me about it.

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          • #6
            Dang...I guess I'll take this one myself if someone doesn't beat me to it.

            Originally posted by doom777
            Did you not notice the New (bie)?
            Did YOU notice the "I'm New Post" ?

            I don't think I can delete the thread. Now I could delete the message itself, but an empty thread looks more threatening.
            Better an empty thread than....well....never mind.


            As for Windows, in my defense, I have a 12 GB hard drive so it's impossible to split and still have plenty of space on each VDrive, and linux doesn't run all programs designed for windows.
            And to wrap things up, I have NO idea what you're talking about. Where did this even come from?

            :)
            Answering easy questions since 1987
            Si Dieu est pour moi, qui peut être contre moi?

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            • #7
              Go figure....Cot beats me. JEEZ! And I thought i was gonna do my first, "READ THE RULES FIRST" post. Oh well, as long as he gets the point. Time for a close I think.

              :)
              Answering easy questions since 1987
              Si Dieu est pour moi, qui peut être contre moi?

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              • #8
                I read the rules, but more scimmed than read. So i for some reason decided that you WANT me to make an "I'm new" thread.


                As for the 12GB, as part of the first post, i said that I use Windows XP. My justification is that Linux doesn't run many of Windows-based programs, and i can't have two partitions, because they would both be 6GB in size max.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by doom777
                  I don't think I can delete the thread. Now I could delete the message itself, but an empty thread looks more threatening.
                  You have taken a good step in the right direction. Check out the rules and lurk through a few posts in /dev/null , and fucktard hall to learn what to avoid, and check out a few of the better quality posts left in the areas like Got Questions and other sections above.

                  (Items in /dev/null (inappropriate) and fucktard hall (worse than /dev/null) are often moved there from other spaces where they did not belong.)

                  Yes, you start off with a mark against you, but learn from it; many people start off with a mark against them.

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                  Last edited by TheCotMan; March 17, 2005, 17:52.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by doom777
                    I read the rules, but more scimmed than read. So i for some reason decided that you WANT me to make an "I'm new" thread.


                    As for the 12GB, as part of the first post, i said that I use Windows XP. My justification is that Linux doesn't run many of Windows-based programs, and i can't have two partitions, because they would both be 6GB in size max.
                    If you think those are limitations, you're incredibly foolish. Vmware, wine, and shared partitions all solve your problem. Your only problem is that you choose to remain ignorant.
                    the fresh princess of 1338

                    What did I do to make you think I give a shit?

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