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    Talking Geek/Linux cat names suggestions

    My boyfriend and i have 3 cats; Cisco, Macintosh (maccy for short) and Lilo. We're going to get another one, and want to keep with the geekish name theme.

    Any suggestions?
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    i don't know but there is no other more geek name in my book that Linux (and i mean that in a good way).
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    fsck (eef-sec)

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    compile (compy?)

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    UTP aka Cat5.

    BTW my cats are Hammer and Ratchet.
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    apt?
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    i think "Tarball" was absolutely the best suggestion. reminds me of "Furball": a cat!

    i vote for that!

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    UTP is very clever. (nice post from ShieldWolf)


    I thought CMOS was pretty cool. But they did use that for the monkey god in planet of the apes.

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    Not a "computer" geeky one here, but geeky none the less: If it's a greyish colored cat, call it Gandalf. Also, I used to have a cat named Yoda. Damn I loved that cat
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    A friend at work had a dog (now deceased) named 'cursor'.
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    Hey, how about Tilde (like the ~ for the user home directory)

    Sounds almost normal, but real geeks know the difference.
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    funny how female users threads always provoke a lot of attention... geeks will be geeks...
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    -oh "Tarball" is great! I vote for that too.
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    I always thought Java was a great name.
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