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On Sat, Feb 03, 2001 at 10:16:34PM -0800, Nate Amsden wrote:
> Matthias Wieser wrote:
> > By the way, why are many using Lilo. In my opinion, GRUB does not break
> > as easy. Once running, it is good for starting.
> prob cuz people like me don't want to fix what is not broken for them.
> for the same reason i do not use sendmail 8.10, bind 9, Xfree86 4, linux
> 2.4, or debian testing/sid because potato and friends work good for me.

Or why I run postfix, xf86 4.0 and 2.4, since they do it for me and
since I use their features constantly.....  for booting, I don't think
it particularly matters much... maybe once every six months I care, but
then it's not worth the bother to care much. :)

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#!/usr/bin/perl -n
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'u', chr(32 + length()*3/4) . $_; s/\0+$//; $_ ^= "C" x length; } /\.([^.]+)/g; 

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