#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 17:54 and 17:58

NY Lost Funds



enoufkarsten: yo Yo Ma!
raxipinvestigating
jmalickiwhats the opposite of deplane?
enplace?
rahuljmalicki: check-in
jmalickiis enplaning different than boarding?
Nyleenouf: I have the entire seinfeld series
enoufheh
karstenjmalicki: DeGround
Nyleenouf: two episodes, yo yo ma!
I'm on the 9th season now
rahulif you're deplaned, I _believe_ you are de-checked-in
Nylefinally about to finish it
enoufNyle: boutros boutros ghali!
jmalickiif i leave a hovercraft, am i dehovercrafting?
karstenjmalicki: In FA speak, it's "boarding" and "deplaning".
hatterany1 familiar with tape drives on sarge ? ide-tape module loaded : ide-tape: hdd <-> ht0: seagate stt3401a
Nylebuoutros boutros indeed!
hatterwhat do i do next ?
pickcoderI'll be preboarding a plane next monday
rahulkarsten: there's also a deboard
karstenhatter: Get yourself a real tape == SCSI.
jmalickihatter: i used ide tape on kernel 2.2.....
hatterkarsten: its onsite , many miles away,
jmalickihatter: are you seeing problems?
karstenhatter: nrst0, nrst1, etc. Or sort which tape device you've got and symlink /dev/tape to it.
hatterwhat does the /dev/ht0 mean ?
rahulif someone is deboarded, they are still checked in with an assigned seat, but their coupon gets unlifted
karstenenouf: You misse a Yo.
jmalickihatter: thats what you should symlink /dev/tape to?
rahul: i hate the word coupon too.. its so overused
rahulheh
no, coupon has a specific meaning.
jmalickilike, its only ever used to scare off mortals
rahul: in this case
enoufkarsten: ?
jmalickirahul: zero-coupon bonds have a different meaning
both of which are different enough to justify differnet words
rahulsure
nah

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