Installing Debian on dead badger

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Installing Debian on dead badger

Postby lumpofcheese » 2007-06-02 14:57

Hello
my english no very good, but i see this link http://www.strangehorizons.com/2004/200 ... dger.shtml and it say you can have linux on dead badger. my badger died it was 2 week and i big linux fan so i want linux on it but i cant find fleshgolem. maybe it stop making. is there another on debian i can use thank you very much
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Postby Lavene » 2007-06-02 15:59

The entire *Golem line is obsolete since it had a nasty tendency to cause a deityclash exception and make the H3L1 bus over heat. Just grab an ordinary atheist driver v66.6 or later and your badger should snap to life... so to speak.

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Postby lumpofcheese » 2007-06-02 16:12

I would like to inquire into the validity of that information - this program does not seem to exist. In fact, I am beginning to believe that the whole document is not taken in a serious manner. There are several people who would be interested in running linux on dead badgers that they happen to have lying about, and I would like to request legitimate documentation on the procedure to install linux.
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Postby Lavene » 2007-06-02 16:18

Does it has to be a badger? They're kinda tricky... how about running it on a puppy instead? Puppy Linux is readily available (puppy not included)
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Postby lumpofcheese » 2007-06-02 16:22

Installing linux on a puppy? Now that's just crazy.
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Postby bluesdog » 2007-06-02 18:20

Badgers? We don' need no steenking badgers!
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You may be able to adapt/mod/customize according to this procedure

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Postby Noven » 2007-06-02 21:42

ok I must have missed something.
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Postby sinical » 2007-06-03 00:39

Is it anything to do with this?
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Postby dmn_clown » 2007-06-06 02:17

bluesdog wrote:You may be able to adapt/mod/customize according to this procedure


Nice beaver.

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Postby Simpatico » 2007-06-06 02:39

Lavene wrote:The entire *Golem line is obsolete since it had a nasty tendency to cause a deityclash exception and make the H3L1 bus over heat. Just grab an ordinary atheist driver v66.6 or later and your badger should snap to life... so to speak.

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I know how this happened. Undoubtedly, someone installed the forcedeth driver by mistake:

http://dev.gentoo.org/~dsd/nforce-net-to-forcedeth.htm#install
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Postby GMouse » 2007-06-06 03:18

Lavene wrote:Does it has to be a badger? They're kinda tricky... how about running it on a puppy instead? Puppy Linux is readily available (puppy not included)


Is it necessary for the puppy to be dead before installing? Or am I to understand that it is feasible to be installing on live badgers?
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Postby hash » 2007-06-06 05:52

badgers and puppies???
are you folks nuts?
heartless animal haters :evil:

(unintentional road kill doesnt count...)

You should try a cucumber or a pineapple, looks more appealing on the desk. Though its a bit more tempting than a dead badger :|

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Postby Lavene » 2007-06-06 06:38

GMouse wrote:Is it necessary for the puppy to be dead before installing? Or am I to understand that it is feasible to be installing on live badgers?


Well, not sure actually. But I work part-time as an animal nurse at the local vet (not sure if it's called 'animal nurse' in English) and although we don't get a whole lot of badgers we do a lot of chip implants on puppies. So if the dog is big enough it might just work... :P

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Postby GMouse » 2007-06-06 16:05

Lavene wrote:
GMouse wrote:Is it necessary for the puppy to be dead before installing? Or am I to understand that it is feasible to be installing on live badgers?


Well, not sure actually. But I work part-time as an animal nurse at the local vet (not sure if it's called 'animal nurse' in English) and although we don't get a whole lot of badgers we do a lot of chip implants on puppies. So if the dog is big enough it might just work... :P

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Excellent! My sister has a rather large dog, still young enough to be puppy-like. I'll ask if I can borrow her this weekend. With a wireless card and a nice, large hard-drive, I should have a good, mobile storage unit in no time.
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