[ubuntu-uk] dial up connection?
fazzy.baboon at ntlworld.com
Sun May 17 19:54:33 BST 2009
well actually I promised to help a friend, and I'm in the middle of
exams (gcses in case you forgot) which is why I put I'm only 16 and that
I don't have time. Typing an email and continuing revision is a hell of
a lot quicker than researching it. Of course, if any of you do have
time, then that is why you are on here. If you never have time, then
obviously being on here is not for you. However, you obviously do have
enough time, because you wrote unnecessary sarcy comments everywhere -
possibly enough time to research the question properly. Nobody else has
ever had a problem with my age, and I don't see why you should. I
figured pointing out my age would help people understand better if I
wrote weird things. If you want to have a go at me, please email me
personally, off the mailing list.
Btw, thanks for the advice.
On Sun, 2009-05-17 at 19:48 +0100, Sean Miller wrote:
> On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 6:26 PM, Farran Lee <fazzy.baboon at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> > sorry, I'm sure I could find this on the net but don't have time.
> What makes you think we all have time if you don't?
> > How do I set up a dial-up-conenction on a friend's computer? ftr, it's
> > BT dsl broadband modem that they use, don't know if this is relevant.
> It it's a BT DSL broadband Modem then it isn't dial-up.
> And, personally, I wouldn't bother... just find a cheap router and
> connect it using a network cable. There are so many routers around
> these days it really isn't, imho, worth messing around trying to get
> DSL modems to work. Look on Freecycle, there's bound to be one there
> for free.
> > Farran Lee <fazzy.baboon at ntlworld.com>
> > I'm only 16 :P
> Why do people say things like "I'm only 16"? Is it to make excuses
> for being rude on lists "I don't have the time but you lot must do, so
> you'd better sort my issue"??
Farran Lee <fazzy.baboon at ntlworld.com>
I'm only 16 :P
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