Freespire's Google ads: "What is Ubuntu Missing?"
Alexander Jacob Tsykin
stsykin at gmail.com
Mon Oct 9 08:16:42 BST 2006
On Monday 09 October 2006 14:55, Chanchao wrote:
> Alexander Jacob Tsykin wrote:
> >>> "the right to modify" ~~ Software Libre.
> >> This is getting pretty philosophical.. In rigidly pursuing absolute
> >> Freedom, people can't play their music without jumping through hoops..
> > Not really. It's not as if it's difficult to set up, even for a complete
> > newbie. There are plenty of guides available on the web.
> *ANYTHING* that requires a guide on the web to set up *IS* difficult to
> set up.
> 'MODERATELY' easy to set up, is something that can be set up by clicking
> 'Next' on wizard pages repeatedly, with no other decisions to make other
> than the license/consent blurb.
> 'EASY' to set up is something that doesn't require any kind of setting up.
No. Difficult is when a guide has to be tailored to work on your machine.
Moderately easy is when the guide just works. Easy is I agree, when there is
nothing to set up, but also a wizard.
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