Re: Unstripped binaries, stripped at installation time?
>>>>> "Federico" == Federico Di Gregorio <email@example.com> writes:
Federico> if you're using unstable, you ought to be a developer and you are
Federico> *not* using a production machine, with all your sensitive data on
Federico> it to do developement, aren't you?
I've no money and cannot afford that. I've my main machine with
about 20Gb drive space, and a second machine with rack mount drives.
I've several spare drives for that one.
The rack machine was sent to me as a gift by a donor who earns money
using Debian, and was used for `Potato' installer testing, since I
was assisting with the `boot-floppies' development. It's got to be
rebooted a lot.
I need a third machine to do what you describe... It would be good
to have a machine acting as a file server, and yet another small one
as a firewall. I've a motherboard for that, but it lacks a CPU
(Pentium < 200MHz), RAM (EDO), and case. I've got enough LAN cards.
I also need a new laptop... the one I have is showing its age. It's
slow due to constant paging and the dim and cheap DSTN display on it
is only 800x600. I'm broke and no work in sight; books to read etc;
the larder is stocked; they give me food stamps here (Oregon Trail).
Nice of them. (Food, Shelter, Source code, and all that.) It would
be really cool to have a 1024x768 display, more RAM, and faster
processor, etc. Longer battery life would rock! This one doesn't
seem to read out the actual charge right anymore.
Smarter than a phoo phish am I, soon freed when be I weird. Hight
karlheg, hailing from deB.ORG, am I. Freed will you be.
mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org (Karl M. Hegbloom)