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  • #46
    Originally posted by Svartalf View Post
    Heh... Fair enough.

    I'll bet removing stuff's a pain though...
    [offtopic] I played around with LFS for a while and dependences annoyed me the most... same goes for Slackware. [/offtopic]

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    • #47
      That's why I don't install anything unnecessary / or something temporary goes into it's own self-contained dir in /opt. Additional thought brings better usage philosphy too.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Aradreth View Post
        [offtopic] I played around with LFS for a while and dependences annoyed me the most... same goes for Slackware. [/offtopic]
        Which is one of the reasons I use Gentoo over Slackware - which is odd because Slackware is still my all time favorite distro. I guess I just have an emotional attachment to the damn thing.

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        • #49
          Wow we're offtopic here. Come back around!

          Blood Frontier is, far and away, the best open source FPS I have played yet. I encourage people to try it.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by roothorick View Post
            Wow we're offtopic here. Come back around!

            Blood Frontier is, far and away, the best open source FPS I have played yet. I encourage people to try it.
            It's not new either... I played it early last year.

            To the poster that said he got motion sickness from cube and sauerbraten, I can't say I've ever experienced this or known anyone else who to experience this, but I definitely had motion sickness when I tried Nexuiz.

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