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i luv linux. Part 2......

back then when i was introduced to computers and Linux the first time, i struggled to learn Bash Programming . But just yesterday to automate a few tests (so that i could start the bash file and run the tests , and i could go to bed , to check out the results the next morning) i needed to program a bash file..... and i did it in just a few minutes (kidding , took an hour). Engineering has a few advantages after all. Almost all my friends , me included always say that the engineering course we take is really useless......all the topics are out of date..... but it gives us the skill sets to understand new things and also to bring them into being. this is the most important and least appreciated benefit of the engineering course.

mm..... an old friend

the last time i used linux was about one and a half year ago.... but hey 2 full days have gone and i haven't touched my windows yet (yeah i kept it there, since my brother plays games on it). really miss my old celeron system. i would have enjoyed using ubuntu on that system. and wouldn't have to give it away to that.... whatever...

I Love Linux.......

Finally installedUbuntu on my laptop......and it rocks......
Linux has come long way.....from the suse5.2 (i think!- it was such a long time ago), where i had to manually set up my xwindows to redhat 5.3 to RH 6.0 to fedora core 3 to Ubuntu which takes just 2.1GB HD Space and 122 MB RAM, and is blazing fast.

Artificial Intelligence

From the last couple of days, i have been thinking about artificial intelligence. is it possible that we may have been going about it the wrong way ? maybe we are looking at doing things a different way than required ? like maybe our implementation of various theories are flawed, possibly because of differences in the mental visualisation by the professor and the developer ?
Looks very interesting to me......i'll be writing on this topic more from now on...