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N🚫NIC documents the cross-compile portion of L1G3R, the point before the Linux® From Scratch chroot, as well as all changes to L1G3R after Lynx2. If you are building your system from an existing distribution, and want to end up with a system capable of running MCJ, the sequence would be to use steps 1-31 on N🚫NIC and then all steps on L1G3R. This is the simplest system that will support MCJ. Further, it is in a form that you can freely own. There is a 32 bit i686 image of the OS here, and a more optimized 64 bit version of the OS here.

The premise of this page is that a network interface controller should not be a requirement that is needed to utilize a computer. Likely you are reading this over the network, but perhaps not.

Here is a version of N🚫NIC from 2007:

2010:

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Much of the knowledge of this site came from the Linux From Scratch project and the contributors. I salute you. You rock. Linux is an operating system kernel that is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. GNU is an operating system started by Richard Stallman with a goal of freedom for computer users. Jean-Michel Jarre and Moby have accompanied me on my head phones through much of L1G3R. I've been listening to Jarre since Equinoxe. Jarre's goal is to create "anti-pattern electronic music", music that, even when repetitive, "is still in constant evolution". Moby has also had quite a bit of play on my headphones during L1G3R. His goal is "simply trying to make music that I love". I agree with Moby. I've loved everything there was here. Thank you, mountain, for the click of life. My goal is to fix chinks in the web, but I'll never know if I do; it is simply an honor to be able to climb.