"dumbfuck libertarian" is redundant. HTH.
I'm sure you could find an i740-powered card on eBay for $5.
The correct term is "pedantry".
That's actually still simple to deal with if you prepare right.
What I do with unpackaged s/w is manage it with GNU Stow. I've got a directory
You have to use a separate partition mounted to
LMDE's problem so far IMO is its infrequent updates for anything but web browsers. Usually you wait several months in between updates for anything else, no matter if it's got a known security hole or not.
Logically we should keep copies of each copy of each copy, then.
Seriously, though, you should have more than one backup
Slashcode ate that second code invocation, sorry.
sudo dpkg --set-selections [lessthan_sign] selections
Already got backups? Jolly good, then the shortcut would be to say:
sudo dpkg --get-selections > selections
to save your package selections, and then when you're reinstalled & copied your data back, say
sudo dpkg --set-selections and then
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get -u dselect-upgrade
I'm not 100% sold on this idea, having been spoiled by Ubuntu and Debian supporting in-place upgrades, but it does have the advantage of avoiding breakage if the package maintainers didn't consider your particular edge case of dependencies or whatever.
You're supposed to use the backup utility to save your data and package choices, then do a clean reinstall and re-run the backup utility to restore everything.
Per Westegg's inflation calculator, $3.70 in 1970 would be worth $20.54 in 2010.
FWIW adjusting for inflation (and why didn't you?) means your 1970 person would make $35336.47/yr or ~$17/hr today, giving an inflation-corrected increase of $4/hr.
Saturn failed because its executives didn't know how or were unwilling to play internal GM politics. Chevrolet and Pontiac kept getting new models while Saturn was left with old stuff and became uncompetitive.
By the Great Old Ones, have you the misfortune of trying to push out Flash Player using AD group policy? Have you seen the contortions you have to do to make it