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Originally Posted by Brainiac Ghost i use gentoo so the first thing i do is reun emerge xorg-x11 then i run emerge kde I thought I'd comment on this...when I ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brainiac Ghost
    i use gentoo so the first thing i do is reun
    emerge xorg-x11
    then i run
    emerge kde

    I thought I'd comment on this...when I install Gentoo, the first things I do:

    emerge xorg-x11

    *Watch Braveheart and Lord of the Rings twice*
    *Contemplate the meaning of life, the universe and everything*
    *Realize the answer to the above contemplation is 42*
    *Contemplate just what in the world the question was...*

    emerge kde

    *Spend inordinately long amount of time doing things NOT on my computer and feel very sad at how few things there are to do*


    But yeah.. you get the idea. When I first start a gentoo system I spend an AWFUL lot of time...killing time.
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    mess around with the display properties and try and get it to work. I then install everything else and then trying to get my network working and the list goes on and on (thats yoper were talking about here)
    Linux is for those who want to know why their computer works.

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