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    LinuxRadio - the choice of a GNU generation

    Yeah, I just got a new favorite Radio station.

    www.linuxradio.info

    all gnu, all the time !

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    Re: LinuxRadio - the choice of a GNU generation

    Here you can listen to the linux kernel source code (all of it) being read by a computer:
    http://radioqualia.va.com.au/freeradiolinux/

    Have fun :-/

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    Here you can listen to the linux kernel source code (all of it) being read by a computer:
    http://radioqualia.va.com.au/freeradiolinux/

    Have fun :-/
    now I know what to do next time I can't sleep

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    Re: LinuxRadio - the choice of a GNU generation

    duh, look at my sig, no need for a radio...

    bzcat /boot/vmlinuz > /dev/dsp (;

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    Re: LinuxRadio - the choice of a GNU generation


    duh, look at my sig, no need for a radio...

    bzcat /boot/vmlinuz > /dev/dsp (;
    You do, of course, know that the file /boot/vmlinuz is not an image compressed with bzip2 and that your sig doesn't make a whole lot of sense because the command wouldn't work, right?

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    Re: LinuxRadio - the choice of a GNU generation

    *shrug* my vmlinuz file is a symlink to another bzImage file, and even *IF* the command doesn't work, it's the thought that counts....

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    Re: LinuxRadio - the choice of a GNU generation

    *shrug* my vmlinuz file is a symlink to another bzImage file, and even *IF* the command doesn't work, it's the thought that counts....
    Yeah, but doing a make bzimage doesn't produce a kernel image compressed with bzip2. From /usr/src/linux/Documentation/kbuild/commands.txt:
    Note: the difference between 'zImage' files and 'bzImage' files is that
    'bzImage' uses a different layout and a different loading algorithm,
    and thus has a larger capacity. *Both files use gzip compression.
    The 'bz' in 'bzImage' stands for 'big zImage', not for 'bzip'!

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    Re: LinuxRadio - the choice of a GNU generation

    Lovechild, I can't seem to play this radio station in Xmms. I'm trying to add the url to my playlist but it won't go...

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    Re: LinuxRadio - the choice of a GNU generation

    Nevermind, I got it. heh

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    Re: LinuxRadio - the choice of a GNU generation

    There is no way Im going to sit here and listen to a radio station chant code all night.....theres nothing exciting about that.

    Of course if I eat those words, I will truly admit to my own geekdom.

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