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I can understand that. Tall women always distract me. :)

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securitybreach
2 hours ago, abarbarian said:

TROMjaro Updates Deliver Lighter, Better Manjaro

Yes I know it is not vanilla Arch but it is based on Arch and I like the ethos of the developers. 馃ぉ

Vanilla Arch? It's a derivative of Arch and is completely different. It's like comparing Debian with Ubuntu.

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Mastering Pacman for Arch Linux

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The Pacman package manager provides users with a simple way of managing packages. Packages can be managed from either official repositories or from a user鈥檚 own builds with Pacman. Follow this guide to master Pacman for Arch Linux.


Not any information that ain't in the wiki but it is nice to see articles concerning Arch. 馃槑

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2 hours ago, abarbarian said:

Mastering Pacman for Arch Linux

Not any information that ain't in the wiki but it is nice to see articles concerning Arch. 馃槑


Odd title considering that it鈥檚 a tutorial, not a remaster. A remaster means that you changed something. Sort of like a distro聽respin.

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22 hours ago, securitybreach said:


Odd title

Not really.

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mastering


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mas路ter

(m膬s鈥瞭蓹r)
n.
1. One that has control over another person, a group of persons, or a thing, especially:
a. The owner or keeper of an animal: The dog ran toward its master.
b. The owner of a slave.
c. One who has control over or ownership of something: the master of a large tea plantation.
d. An employer.
e. The man who serves as the head of a household.
f. One who defeats another; a victor: I had to admit that I had met my master and so conceded the game.
g. One who acts out the role of the dominating partner in a sadomasochistic relationship.
2. The captain of a merchant ship. Also called master mariner.
3.
a. One whose teachings or doctrines are accepted by followers.
b. Master Christianity Jesus.
4. A male teacher, schoolmaster, or tutor.
5. One who holds a master's degree.
6.
a. An artist or performer of great and exemplary skill.
b. An old master.
7. A worker qualified to teach apprentices and carry on the craft independently.
8. An expert: a master of three languages.
9. Abbr. M.
a. Used formerly as a title for a man holding a naval office ranking next below a lieutenant on a warship.
b. Used as a title for a man who serves as the head or presiding officer of certain societies, clubs, orders, or institutions.
c. Master Used as a title for any of various male officers having specified duties concerning the management of the British royal household.
d. Master Used as a courtesy title before the given or full name of a boy not considered old enough to be addressed as Mister.
e. Archaic Used as a form of address for a man; mister.
10. One who is appointed to assist a court in the performance of certain legal functions, such as the taking of testimony and calculating damages in complex litigation. Also called special master.
11. Master A man who owns a pack of hounds or is the chief officer of a hunt.
12. An original, such as an original document or audio recording, from which copies can be made.
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a master.
2. Principal or predominant: a master plot.
3. Controlling all other parts of a mechanism: a master switch.
4. Highly skilled or proficient: a master thief.
5. Being an original from which copies are made.
tr.v. mas路tered, mas路ter路ing, mas路ters
1. To become very skilled in or knowledgeable about: mastered the language in a year's study.
2. To overcome or defeat: He finally mastered his addiction to drugs.
3. To produce a master copy of (an audio or video recording, for example).

[Middle English maister, master, from Old English m膩gister, m忙gister and Old French maistre, both from Latin magister; see meg- in Indo-European roots.]

mas鈥瞭er路dom n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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Noun 1. mastering - becoming proficient in the use of somethingmastering - becoming proficient in the use of something; having mastery of; "his mastering the art of cooking took a long time"
education - the gradual process of acquiring knowledge; "education is a preparation for life"; "a girl's education was less important than a boy's"

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securitybreach

Master isnt the same as a remaster

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