[lubuntu-users] List mods??? Editing Yaboot.conf with Fortran + punch cards
golisp at centrum.sk
Thu May 12 08:28:56 UTC 2016
I can remember some of your posts when tou had told something about my language issues. That your messages had more punctuation marks and smileys than words. That was not proffesional.
I had try to help you several times when you had complained about "soething is not working". When you was requested to provide details required for fixing your issues, then you had not provided it. That really looks like you dont want to fix any of your computer issues.
If you want to fix reported issues, then please provide output of that commands.
Otherwise, I iwill be lucky to not see any email from you.
> Od: Fritz Hudnut <este.el.paz at gmail.com>
> Komu: Peter Golis <golisp at centrum.sk>
> Dátum: 12.05.2016 04:33
> Predmet: List mods??? Editing Yaboot.conf with Fortran + punch cards
> CC: <lubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
This kind of post is unacceptable, in the guise of "helping" but not. Typos and language issues, attitude problems. Moderators please advise Mr Golis on how to post on this list.
FOn Wed, May 11, 2016 at 11:01 AM, Peter Golis <golisp at centrum.sk <golisp at centrum.sk>> wrote:
There is huge difference in meaning "I dont have yaboot" and "I had not modified yaboot configuration by myself". There wil be better if you will start more understable language. You had done the first step as smileys are not part of adult language, smileys are for infants. The second step shall be harder. Please try to read your words before you will send email. There is really hard to understood you.
Fritz, you are allways complaining about "something is not working". Once you are asked to provide some details about that issue, e.g. output of some commands, you will step back without providing it. Like few days ago with command pm-is-supported. I think you have no problem with computer.
So, if you really want to fix your issues, can you tell what is inside your configuration of yaboot on that affected machine (*1), and how are organized logical partitions on your physical disks (*2)?
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