Back in my day…

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    A long, long time ago, in Rogers, Arkansas in January 1998, I had this great idea to install Linux on a 100MB Zip disk… and document everything! Later on, I was urged to post my documentation to the official Linux Document Project… and guess what? It’s still there in all it’s antiquated glory… also is my strange humor. Anyway, that’s my 15 min of fame… I wonder if I should bother to update this…


    that was you 15 years ago, when zip disks were a million dollars. and the drives were a billion. I didn’t care then, and I don’t care now.


    Great work, now I need to dig out a zip drive and my old Slackware CDs and give it a go.
    Also, everything we do and have is based on what happened previously, we should never discount the achievements of the past.(Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.)


    As technology progresses the older technology is forgotten. I bet you could use a C64 and circumvent all kinds of stuff today because it has been forgotten about and no one is really using it, according to them. Older technology always has a use.


    Forgotten? Old s#!+ is ALL THAT YOU AND GNURU TALK ABOUT?!?!

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