When you get to the first prompt when installing, instead of just letting the default continue by itself, type linux selinux=0 reiserfs
Tigerdirect has to be the online equivalent to the Haynes furniture store, or maybe the Dump, the dump, the dump dump dump. That place is probably even worse though, because they run local ads that make you think they’re a small town shop that’s only open on sundays, but it’s the same thing in every city they have one. But I have to run now, because Tigerdirect is having an after christmas sale now, i’m sure i’ll never find deals like these ever again. We need to rethink the legal definition of a sale so I can stop getting bombarded with all the sale Sale SALE SALE! crap.
I put up a new 404 page. Hopefully Chuck Norris will allow it to live. I’ll make it a regular page linked from rootninja too.
Iterators in python are so easy. I saw some articles on random sites about building generators to do stuff, but in the end they were only trying to iterate through a file line by line so why make it harder on yourself. Declare an iterator of the type you’re dealing with, like lines in a file, and vrooom, off you go.
f = open(infile,’r’)
lines = f.readlines()
i = iter(lines)
. line = i.next()
. except StopIteration:
<img src=”http://rootninja.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/chrome-volk-racing-rims-wheels-expensive.jpg” alt=”expensive chrome volk racing rims” class=”alignleft” />A piddling while ago, Google announced the removal of the “Beta” shred from their firebrand novel browser. Well is this ascribable to the fact that computing machine manufacturers won’t package junk with “Beta” wall hanging around its neck. The beta thing was cute for the first 1,200 apps, but let’s just give it a rest. chrome, like volk racing rims, right? ahh why not. Yes please, thank you.
Video lookup on YouTube accounts for a fourth of all Google hunting queries in the United States. If it were a standalone, YouTube would be the 2nd largest lookup railway locomotive after Google. More searches are through YouTube than many other search engines combined.
In some versions of Macintosh OS X, it evidently appears that the side by side iMac and Macintosh Mini will indeed be based on the NVIDIA MCP79 chipset. MacBook, MacBook and MacBook Air models all went to the NVIDIA chipsets back in October. What’s going on with the chip makers lately, it’s like musical chairs!