Tuesday January 25th 2005 (9 years ago)
We're chained to our computers, thinking about fly fishing.
|Published: Tuesday January 25th 2005 (9 years ago)|
Updated: Tuesday January 25th 2005, 4:14PM
by Martin Joergensen
The bright future of GFF resides in a 36 lbs. baby
If you thought that maintaining a site like GFF was just about tying flies, going fishing, taking pictures and writing about it, you'd better think again.
3,2 GHz Pentium 4, 1 Gb of RAM, 2*160 Gb of disk space - all for the sake of GFF.
This baby has to be configured with a Debian Linux, all the GFF stuff and much more, and then shipped off to our hosting service in the Northen part of Denmark.
My only problem right now is an error message:
Kernel panic: VFS: unable to mount root fs on 03:02
It really says so. And Thomas, our Unix shark, has gone skiing.
Well, I'll just have to t tie flies, go fishing, take pictures and write about, won't I?
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