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    Omg Great first episode! 'i have a gun'


    [nomedia]http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Fet0SCt7uGg[/nomedia]

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    Was fairly funny but i'm of the same opinion that it's an office based comedy program rather than an 'IT' comedy program but then again the stuff we find funny with (l)users wouldn't entertain the masses so i suppose we're just not a big enough audience *sniff*

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    Id always wondered what the blue screen was in the opening sequence, i took a screen shot


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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbieBurns View Post
    Id always wondered what the blue screen was in the opening sequence, i took a screen shot

    That is Linux btw, my guess is redhat

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    That amuses me, I always assumed it was a Windows BSOD. But no, it's a Redhat (or derivative, but looks like RHEL to me) machine dying, in a very ugly way.

    Producers are weird. Imagine embarassing RHEL in such an unscrupulous way, stripping it of all vestiges of dignity by revealing kernel panics. Very ungentlemanly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey View Post
    That amuses me, I always assumed it was a Windows BSOD. But no, it's a Redhat (or derivative, but looks like RHEL to me) machine dying, in a very ugly way.

    Producers are weird. Imagine embarassing RHEL in such an unscrupulous way, stripping it of all vestiges of dignity by revealing kernel panics. Very ungentlemanly.
    Yes it mentions process Anaconda which is the RHEL / Fedora install program.

    Is that a kernel panic? Looks like the install failed and its shutting down, sending kill signals, disabling swap etc
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    Well that was my first thought, but I've never known anaconda mount swap on a physical drive during installation, though I suppose its not impossible. Just strikes me as a bit risky to assume the swap is trustworthy.

    On closer inspection though, I've decided its FC4. Look at the kernel flags during the core dump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    Cut me and I bleed interrupts

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    Perhaps they were installing Fedora with too little RAM?

    Bug 186067 - fc4 to fc5 upgrade fails with 128M memory

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    That looks probable, I'm sure I've never seen anaconda mount arbitrary swaps before, but hey.

    I still think they spent far too much time trying to produce a crash, would have been much easier with Windoze.

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    The geekiness of this thread is now off the charts...

    PS I didn't know that 'Moss' directed all these music videos!?

    ITCrowd
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    The IT Crowd Website

    Hi all.

    I have a new website IT Crowd Online Home which I thought you might like.

    However Im not here to spam. I was wondering if any of you guys would like the challenge of designing a header for the site.

    The only conditions are that it must be 780x120 pixels.

    If any of you can help I'd love to hear from you.

    Im at danielholdsworth33@hotmail.co.uk

    Or if you have any other ideas or suggestions then I'd love to hear them.

    Thanks,
    MonsterMuncher
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMuncher View Post
    Hi all.

    I have a new website IT Crowd Online Home which I thought you might like.

    However Im not here to spam. I was wondering if any of you guys would like the challenge of designing a header for the site.

    The only conditions are that it must be 780x120 pixels.

    If any of you can help I'd love to hear from you.

    Im at danielholdsworth33@hotmail.co.uk

    Or if you have any other ideas or suggestions then I'd love to hear them.

    Thanks,
    MonsterMuncher
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    I just made these 2, feel free to use them if you think they are any good?






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    When did this move to More4? I've missed out on loads I think?

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