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Shit! I was gonna post about my installation of Ubuntu on my turtle! But it's going to slow.

I'm only at 7%























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Hop2089 said:
Are you using the microchips that are on most puppies or did you use a nanoboard?

The microchip works great as a wifi antenna. I tried using the ears, but it turned out they were just good as Directional antennae.

At the moment, i'm using a special made B.A.R.K Board
 

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Dude even the mouse in my cellar has linux, so GTFO frickin' wannabee geeks...

BTW: That mouse is my only friend so don't troll him
 

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dudeonline said:
Hop2089 said:
Are you using the microchips that are on most puppies or did you use a nanoboard?

The microchip works great as a wifi antenna. I tried using the ears, but it turned out they were just good as Directional antennae.

At the moment, i'm using a special made B.A.R.K Board

My version of Linux has unbreakable security feature. But it loads reaaaally slow at startup
 
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