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Re: Best file system

also sprach Craig Sanders <cas@taz.net.au> [2006.02.03.2358 +0100]:
> useful for local machines and extremely useful for remote servers -
> you don't have to get the co-lo monkeys to put a CD in the drive for
> you...anything that eliminates the need to ask someone else to do
> something for you is a very good thing.

Craig++ :)

I am fortunate enough to have most machines I use either in good
hands, or within reach; then, Knoppix just does wonders.

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