[arch-dev-public] delete apmd from extra?
roman.kyrylych at gmail.com
Sun Oct 19 09:14:39 EDT 2008
2008/10/18 Dusty Phillips <buchuki at gmail.com>:
> 2008/10/17 Aaron Griffin <aaronmgriffin at gmail.com>:
>> On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 2:57 PM, Thayer Williams <thayer at archlinux.org> wrote:
>>> On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 10:47 AM, Aaron Griffin <aaronmgriffin at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 12:01 PM, Jan de Groot <jan at jgc.homeip.net> wrote:
>>>>> On Fri, 2008-10-17 at 09:55 -0500, Aaron Griffin wrote:
>>>>>> LOL, did they even make P2 laptops? I imagine they'd be huge and heavy
>>>>>> by today's standards
>>>>> Hey, don't shit on P2 laptops! I became maintainer while I was using a
>>>>> P2 366 as laptop! And no, it wasn't heavy, it was quite lightweight with
>>>>> its 800x600 screen and 3-4 hours of battery life.
>>>>> BTW: I could compile packages and watch xvid rips at the same time
>>>>> without framedrops on it without having an XV-accelerated videochip.
>>>> The first laptop I ever bought was a P4 :)
>>> That really shows your age...or lack of =)
>>> Granted, my first (and only) notebook is a dual core *ahem*, but hey
>>> my first workstation was an Amiga 1000. Ah, those were the days! I
>>> remember carrying buckets of floppy games uphill both ways.
>>> Barbarians...Pirates...Ports of Call *sob*
>> Hey man, my first computer was a 486! I think it was 66 MHz. Then I
>> upgraded to a Pentium 233 later. I even played Everquest on the 233
>> for a long time.
>> Next I think I bought a 866 P3. And then we hit the P4 range. For the
>> record, I didn't get "my first laptop" until I was out of college...
> Ah, nostalgia!
> My first computer was a 386! (And I'm younger than you, hah!)
heh, how about USSR's first IBM PC compatible computer
with USSR's first 8086-compatible CPU with PC-DOS 3.30 on it,
that had the size of a large keyboard, 512KB of RAM, external 5.25" FDD
+ the ability to read data from audiotapes through ordinary player,
and was video-connected directly into TV's board? :-D
I wrote my first program on GWBASIC on it.
Roman Kyrylych (Роман Кирилич)
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