You know you're a geek when you find that building a program from source code is easier than installing the pre-built binaries. It's true for sdcc, anyway.
The installation instructions for the mac binaries for sdcc were crap. So I downloaded the source, did
and it worked perfectly. Not a single error. FOSS forever!Code:./configure make sudo make install
Last edited by Kopachris; November 29th, 2008 at 05:10 AM.
You know you're a geek when this makes you crack up laughing due to the sheer stupidity!
...Do you know why?
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The grand unified theory is between quantum mechanics and gravity. Not between simple kinematic equations!
Also, you know you're a geek when you're horrified as you watch this. What do you do with 1500 hard drives? How 'bout make a giant RAID server?
Last edited by Kopachris; November 29th, 2008 at 06:45 AM.
Whoa, how much power would a 1500 hdd RAID server suck up?
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win ~ Mahatma Gandhi
You know you're a geek when you have more than 5 items from shop.canonical.com. Bonus if you do your Christmas shopping there!
when you right a song titled "we didnt pirate mandriva" (its a hard i right?) to the tune of "we didnt start the fire"
you know your a geek when friend writes srsly lololol randomly in the top corner of a piece of paper and you just assume the "lolololol" part is 682, you just ignore the "srsly"