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Need some more heavy wizardry and black magic coding for that software stack? Check over your jargon files.

Do an update with $sudo apt-get upgrade . Do not include the '$" symbol or period. Its in that 'Konsole' or terminal bash session. It went to KDE 4.13.0. 13 is your lucky number. See dat? Those yummers and pacmans need to input that one in.

Its getting better though. KDE 4.10 up to KDE 4.13 was a huge improvement for me in virtualization. Less lag, better startup on apps. You guys just might cut it MIT style. I give you 5 years to catch up though. Still not an enterprise build but meh.

Those cursor themes are not applying full board on applications. Neither is the folder themes. Do we need a backpack to pack scripts again? WE want more eye candy. Keep looking over the kernels 3.14.0-031400-generic

Start checking over adding ipad and/or ipod support. Found one script that COULD work in Amarok. Does it sync? Probably not. Most of the world have those devices. Need to fire up an emac for it?

Tough? OOOo that is right, if it durp works, then its ok? Those end-users want it. So do I. Just about ready to probe your software stack. Its a crumb?

Where is my 'red team' again? Need flipped some? Better code up. There you go. I will flip ya KANG here tomorrow if you slack off.

Need moar? I got a core dump that blows. Debug that code some more. Need a huge dump down in here? Get to work.

You have mismatched expressions all over the place for one. Pointers going the wrong way. Put that crew on debug duty some more. At least Linus Torvalds is tidying up his kernels. They are starting to fly high.

Here are those jargon files. Get to it. http://wayback.archive.org/web/20130827121341/http://cosman246.com/jargon.html#black%20magic

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Yep. I volunteer too. Do NOT think KDE with linux is not hackable. Remember your bug? Now you know.

Look at all of those 'diff' and 'patches' go out with the security updates with your Muon. WOW. Do that with $sudo apt-get update . That black box 'Konsole' and/or terminal is your friend. Boo. Black magic in. Awwwww...... and the guys do not want us in that one.

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Nah, I am not really that mean. But it needs done right and tight. :) Heheeeeeeeeeee. Android uses Linux mostly. If they are good.

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Hijacked servers...........weeeeeeeeeee. Nah. Love that heartbleed bug. Bug hunt in commence.

L@@K at dat. ribbit ribbit ..{ } See all of those colors in that terminal? Use. Yep. Someone opps again. Probably those high level buggers. Go low. There you go. Now you are code. _> opps. See dat? There you are. == --> your python coder had him a spaghetti code woops. && and watch those wildcards * Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. %% ## There goes your pipeline. || opps just one? See dat? Dirt. Pipe it back in. There you go debuggers. Fire up that 'kdevelop'. Or use that black box. Foobar you fool. Yep. No caps on dat. You forgot again.

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Yeah, I go high or low. I don't pigeonhole in. Kommander, its all good. .........They code like this on the nook color. Old school coders. That is where I picked it up. Some of the best software engineers came and went. I was there for a long time. But now I am here. Went too extreme. Extreme coding. Have fun down memory lane.

They helped me find *universe* mode. And told me to only use the terminal for everything. Debugging, coding, it all works in just the 'konsole' or terminal bash.

They also said 'whitebox' coders are too slow. I have to agree.

Link out :: http://stackoverflow.com/users/1833653/extreme-coders

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Submit your bugs here please. That is where I submit them.
--> https://bugs.kde.org/

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Look over this tool here for some help also. It is called Valgrind. --> http://valgrind.org/docs/manual/quick-start.html

You can plug in 'valgrind' to 'Kdevelop' with this tool too!

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If you can run those tools and set a breakpoint, do you know how much money corporations will pay for that skill? Up to and OVER 100 thousand U.S. dollars a year. No joke. So READ those manuals and give it a try. Even you can make it.

It will take a LOT of time and dedication. A few years for some, less for others. But everyone is looking for this skill today. You can make it without college if you are smart enough. Just keep trying. Not that I advocate not going to college.

So, would you rather go to culinary school or rip KANG? That computer you are at CAN make you rich.

*Firing up Valgrind*........................Taking you to KDE 4.14............HIT IT. Listening to *Lady Gaga* 'Swine' -- infinite loop mode.

GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO. Grok that code kid.

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