How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

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Well, a few days ago, I set it as my goal to get Halflife and get into counterstrike. My friends over in Plass have been playing it alot. So anywho, windows is still boned, and I don't feel like bothering to format. Linux is looking permanent. Of course, I still have this CS thing in my head, and go out looking for halflife stuff for linux.

Yay WINE... you're not useless. However, I have to install the latest NVIDA drivers, and for ther first time... I'm *gasp* a little intimidated. I have to install the drivers for XFree86 and the special kernel module and it's a little more complex than I'm used to.

Where's a script for this shiznit, erm? Scripts for EVERYTHING! C'mon people, the user should never have to work. That defeats the purpose of computers in my opinion.
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