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#26 pscEx

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Posted 22 September 2010 - 05:49 PM

Because I would be lying? :ph34r:

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OK, I give up! You wan by mentioning the trigger word "Lying".

But as you know that since some time any post containing this word is ignored by be, this method is not fair!

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Posted 22 September 2010 - 06:03 PM

But as you know that since some time any post containing this word is ignored by be, this method is not fair!

Never claimed to be fair, only truthful .... ;)

JFYI:
http://www.phrases.o...ssages/366.html

The thing that is not often perceived correctly :ph34r: is that the reason behind is more love than war.

;)
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Posted 22 September 2010 - 08:32 PM

@Wonko
I said they are not ruin, but post-modern art.

As Oscar Wild said, it was the ancient greeks who show romans how to put columns in a line at Portogaul. Althought, I can't explain how these skinny romans in foto could do anything but singing stuff like "imagine all the people......la la la"
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Posted 22 September 2010 - 09:52 PM

But no, there was no cheating, the Portuguese at the time were too d@mn lazy to move HUGE marble blocks, and the only way the Romans could convince them to build some column stubs was to have them made with bricks, relatively light and easy to carry.


Hmm... :cheers:

For example, there is a saying in my country (perhaps yours as well) that goes like:

"If you have a difficult and time consuming task to perform, give it to a lazy guy that he will surely find the easiest and quickest way of getting it done."

On this case, I'm the lazy guy and you're giving me the task of updating your project server.

http://www.boot-land...?...st&p=109653

Nothing much changed over the past 2000 years.. :ph34r:

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Posted 28 August 2019 - 01:56 AM

Hello, Reboot.Pro.

 

I forget why I quit posting on these forums, but I only ever made 6 posts!

 

I know this is necro-threading, but it is my old thread, so! :)

 

I still have the dual-boot setup with Windows XP and Fedora.

This machine is running Arch Linux and Windows 7 (although I never log on Windows 7).

 

... And! I still program (hobbyist).



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Posted 28 August 2019 - 08:00 AM

I know this is necro-threading, but it is my old thread, so! :)

 

Is it yours ? :w00t:

 

How much did you pay for it? :whistling:

 

Only kidding ;) , welcome back :).

 

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Posted 31 August 2019 - 04:49 AM

Thank you, Wonko.

This forum board is still very active or no?

I have been a little too busy lately to investigate.

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Posted 31 August 2019 - 08:38 AM

Thank you, Wonko.

This forum board is still very active or no?

I have been a little too busy lately to investigate.

So and so.

 

Winbuilder has lost a lot of traction and newer projects have been moved to another board (that I cannot name).

But we have a lot of fun with non-winbuilder related topics, and we remain the unofficially official western support board for grub4dos, and the offcial one for IMDISK, AIM, RMPREPUSB, EASY2BOOT (and more gernerally all of Steve6732's work) and a good reference board for TFTP32, and again the official one for Tiny PXE Server, CLONEDISK, and all the other nice tools by erwan.l.

 

So it is still -I believe - the #1 reference when talking of booting matters.

 

:duff:

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