Example: Sistenha mi’la’kimeh sismesu’het’sy ixunus omeh.
System 3S-PST-crash screen-INSTR death blue.
The system crashed to a Blue Screen of Death.

This happens far to often with the windows boxen I had the misfortune of dealing with at home. Most infamous was a Win2k box which crashed repeatedly 4-ish seconds after reaching the graphical modus. It turned out to be a driver SNAFU of seemingly epic proportions.

Rejistanian OSes also crash. And they would probably do it much more like a Linux box would than like a Mac which only says that a kernel panic happened. A rejistanian OS would likely relay the complexity to the users. It is what the OSes did in the times of old. Rejistanian computers are still a bit resembling of the 486s of older times. One of the ideas behind rejistanian computer technology was that the increase of processor speed was no longer feasible after a speed of about 100-ish MHz (1 tenth of where it is here). This is why rejistanian systems are quite different from the boxen which are used here.

The term ‘kimeh means not only to crash but also to stumble. The idea behind it is the idea that the computer made a wrong step and fell onto its face. Kimeh means crashed and a kimeh’het is a crashed system.

And there have been IRC quotes again:

{ Rejistania} rejistanian is a real language
{ Novikov} A real dead language.
{ Rejistania} heh
{ Novikov} One non-native speaker left.
{ Rejistania} yeah
{ Novikov} Or is that your native tongue?

{ Novikov} It’s just not for me.
{ Novikov} Although I admire the amount of tenacity and sheer craziness that went
into your creating Rejistanian

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