Tarbuck knot for bundles or loops. Works well using small nylon cord. Slide knot to tighten it.
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I might be able to do some kind of wild triple-boot with my new rig. Now I get to go back to what I avoided for x years, the wild questions of distro and version and ... stuff.Why complicate things? I suggest you save your money and get a basic box with no hard drive and external USB for everything. A reasonably good motherboard like an ASUS AMD and a fair processor like an AM3+ and about 16 GB RAM should set you back about $275.00 and you can work with anything in RAM from DVD or USB. Lots of help is available, depending on what you want to do. Check out live distributions on distrowatch.com and the KaOS approach is great.-TaoPhoenix (January 01, 2016, 04:25 PM)
I hope the article doesn't say 'GIMP is as good as photoshop' or 'Libre Office is as good as Office',I liked photoshop but have an early edition. For what I do, Krita is best. I like Publisher but it can't-rgdot (January 06, 2016, 01:26 PM)
Turns out the latest release of Puppy Linux will offer to save state info on shutdown. No CD needed. Just run UnetBootin in Windows to install the puppy iso to USB stick.Sounds like you answered the question. I used Netrunner_14.1 KDE to burn a downloaded copy from Distrowatch to 8GB flash. It could not be easier.-MilesAhead (November 13, 2015, 09:25 AM)
Thanks all, Edvard and rjbull for the 411. Several sites have what I am looking for, or pretty close anyway.
Some of you more exotic thinking types (which in my experience is just about everyone on Donationcoder) might consider making your own pens from quills and bamboo (search that).-1NR1 (May 22, 2014, 06:51 PM)
I felt the whole thing was pretty ridiculous and implausible.Hmm, after reading the basic plot line on IMDB I have to check it out at some future opportunity.
But I gather it's not on a par with Three Days of the Condor.-MilesAhead (March 22, 2014, 01:47 PM)