henrigira at numericable.fr
Thu Dec 7 17:57:37 UTC 2006
I don't want anybody to choose for me...
enaugh of politicians or bill gates on xp bullshit...
You know : it's not a matter of lazyness or anything..
just a matter of principle...
worse i went on fc6 and people got mad when i had problem
with root and asked how to get rid of it...
young people thing old are useless...
old thing yuong are useless...
an old story as old as the earth :) lol
But i like kubuntu edgy
and i choose to accept this "singularity"...
soon feisty ... so i can play with it all day :)
thanks XXX buntu teams
and even if you say craps sometimes i forgive you
for your great work :) lol
> Renaud (Ron) Olgiati wrote:
>> On Thursday 07 December 2006 11:03, my mailbox was graced by a missive
>> from clay weber <claydoh at claydoh.com> who wrote:
>>> What I truly don't understand is the general reactions I see on this
>>> subject as I don't see it as an earth-shattering difference between the
>>> two ways, really.
>> I see it as a strange schizophrenic turn of mind, on the one hand claiming
>> that (unlike those people at Redmont, whom we all love to hate) "Linux is all
>> about freedom of choice", and on the other hand telling us the same time
>> that "We are K/Ubuntu of Borg, resistance is futile, you shall not use Root
>> or su".
>> Mit der Dummheit käpfen Götter selbst vergebens.
>> -- Friedrich von Schiller
>> -- http://www.olgiati-in-paraguay.org --
> You can enable a root user, you can also use sudo as root, you can use
> sudo as a user, where is the lack of choice?
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