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== Concerning the "networkmanager" wiki page ==
I see you've moved the gnome-keyring requirement for storage of encryption keys to the GNOME section, I had added that to the troubleshooting section because of these reasons:
* gnome-keyring is installed when a user installs gnome like so:
sudo pacman -S gnome
* gnome-keyring is not installed as a dependency for networkmanager or nm-applet.
This means that users of the GNOME desktop will always have this package installed, and hence never have the problem of not storing encryption keys. Users of other DE / WM systems, however, will have this issue.
I didn't want to undo your change without at least discussing this, perhaps there's something I'm missing. --[[User:Stefanwilkens|stefanwilkens]] 07:25, 14 September 2010 (EDT)
== Before Things Get Out of Hand ==
== Before Things Get Out of Hand ==
You may be interested in one of the following serious matters:
You may be interested in one of the following serious matters:

Revision as of 17:19, 12 October 2010

Before Things Get Out of Hand

You may be interested in one of the following serious matters:


Schivmeister is a term given to one who has mastered the disease of Super Chronic HIV, i.e "immune to it after many death matches, i.e 'Gottt' or 'Goddd'". HIV is a non-recursive acronym for Highly Intensive Verbosity, while meister is a German way of saying "kiss my arsch". As such, someone with this title is, should, and must, be feared for he is someone you are likely to kiss the butt of because he says so (remember, Schivmeister means "I'm immune to SCHIV so kiss my arsch!").

SCHIV, by itself, is a derivative of the Euclidean problem of not knowing how many prime numbers there are, or in fact, whether two is really a prime number (remember, it is 1+1=11, not 2). (but wait, that does qualify as prime because in the end, 11 is a prime..? --somesmartalec'sopinion) Modern computers are the worst machines ever made that can produce the worst results of Primality Determination. As you may or may not know, human beings and apes alike are prime, but every 2,3,5,7,11..n of us are not (like retards, for example). Abacusi are the only tools that provide the most accurate of answers with regards to this problem. In this article, we discuss how YOU can install, run and troubleshoot abacusi, thus becoming a worthy disciple of the one and only subject of this article.

Getting Started

First, make sure you exist:

killall -9 me

If you get

me: no monkey killed

That means you must thank gottt (or as mentioned, goddd; it's like how you can call Persia "Iran" or Iran "Persia"). Now install:

 pacHEman -Syu ichmaggrossearschbacken 

Then, make sure you're sane

chmod 999 me

and finally you can submit to goddd.

chown schiv me

Of course, don't forget to Template:Keypress + Template:Keypress + Template:Keypress


Do not be foolish.


  • This is a joke
  • This is not a joke
  • Take it seriously
  • Do not take it seriously
  • This is not aiding Arch Linux in any way
  • This is aiding Arch Linux in every way