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  • i recommend checking the system that does constantly native builds on most of the existing architectures out there and doesn't support the blob nonsense. It's portable, doesn't lie about the number of supported platforms by just cross-compiling for them and last but not least is secure. Additionally it has superb wireless support. ... those who found it suitable for their needs rarely complained since the first installation.

    I'm only telling it because i made similar experiences and tried a lot before i fou

  • ... Linux went non-self-hosting and most people never noticed. There's no Slashdot headlines.

    could that silence be because the bug you linked was in 2002, is marked resolved, and was last updated in 2005?

    do you browse the Perl 4 or SQL 87 bug logs too ?

    # I had a sig when sigs were cool
    use Sig;
    • That's one example of many. It was re-opened repeatedly and had a large number of duplicate tickets folded in. As I said in my post, I Googled. I'm not browsing Gentoo bugs. If you can't be bothered to read my post, why the fuck should I be bothered to read your replies? Go away. Get off my blog and don't reply ever again. Thanks, bye.

  • I guess rants are meant to be hyperbolic, but what the hell? You might want to ask yourself whether your wounds are self-inflicted. Frankly, it sounds to me like you're the cause of your own problems.

    • Yes, I struggle with that question -- to what degree my problems are self inflicted. As I said (either here or previously), I've tried very hard to do exactly what other people do and just run Debian and let it update itself. I don't know why things that just work for other people don't work for me. Maybe I push them harder. Maybe my mindset is different. My brother and I used to hang out in an arcade and we know how to crash half a dozen of the games there. It's well known that programmers make terri