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  • #16
    Yeah

    Originally posted by ninez View Post
    again, is English your first langauge? I ask because In english, you can say XYZ system doesn't have a single point of failure, just as you can say XYZ system does have a single point of failure. (even just google, and you will turn up results/examples that use the former). Both statements make sense and the former does not imply (as you said before) that XYZ system is incapable of failing, in any possible way. ~ You saying that it implied the system was incapable of failing didn't make 'a single bit of sense'.

    anyways, it doesn't really matter.

    cheerz
    I gather from the statement that is saying: the system can have multiple points of failure, and the system can fail when more than one points fail, but there is no single point in the system that could make the whole thing fail??

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    • #17
      mark's contribution to linux: millions of $ spent promoting it, ubuntu, etc etc etc

      asdx's contribution to linux: 444 posts of fail.

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      • #18
        my presence

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