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Re: [Very OT] What [OT] stands for?

On Mon, 09 Dec 2002, Alex Malinovich wrote:

> FYI - (to) Further Your Insanity 
> e.g. Just FYI, remember that all /usr/bin paths during compilation on a
> Debian system will be changed to /usr/local/bin, unless the program is
> installed from a deb, in which case it will be installed in /usr/bin. If
> you compile a deb from source, however, the install path will still be
> /usr/bin, unless you compile from source without using the debian
> building rules in which case it will be /usr/local/bin. This could, of
> course, be modified depending on the program in question, which may
> choose to instead install in /usr/local/sbin, or /sbin, or /usr/sbin
> depending on the program and the packaging system. If, however, the
> alternatives system is used, this is all moot. :)

That is also a goody ... I thought F stands for the f-word and y ...
I do not know ... are children here on the list?
> RTFM - Realign the Frequency Modulator (aka, turn the tuning knob on
> your radio. ;)
> That's the best I could come up with on the spot. :)
> -Alex

The 'on tablets' is still unreached.

Oliver o.t
... don't touch the bang bang fruit

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