Well, Windows is back on the disk.
j.markoll at free.fr
Mon Jan 16 16:51:14 UTC 2006
ulrich steffens a écrit :
> Am Montag, den 16.01.2006, 19:44 +0800 schrieb Michael Richter:
>>Well, once I get my bearings -- if ever I do -- I will likely start
>>writing software for it. Now? None, of course. This is the part of
>>the cycle called "evaluation".
>>>If a company that develops a non free software crashes, and the format
>>>of your documents is not known by open applications, your work is lost.
>>And yet I can count the number of lost documents I've had since about
>>1985 on one hand.
>>> Solution: install with a dual boot, and
>>>forget the hard life ?
>>That is, in fact, the solution I adopted.
> i still don't get the point in trying ubuntu (linux), which has it's
> finding out it doesn't suit your needs
> and then telling us that linux is not ready at all, because YOU had a
> bad experience. did i miss something?
Yes you missed a bunch.
> i mean you only had a bad experience with ONE system, pretty lame then
> to coming up with such prediction.
I left above just what is truly important to keep, imho. For example:
>> Am Montag, den 16.01.2006, 19:44 +0800 schrieb Michael Richter:
>>>This is the part of the cycle called "evaluation".
> and a counterexperience:
> a friend of mine nagged me for weeks that he couldnt get sound working
> on hin win98-machine. i ended up saying 'win sucks, try ubuntu'. he
> installed 5.04, sound works.
There are billions materials coming from hundred manufactories, and the bug
number one is this one (watch the screenshot, and click on it to
Best greetings, Joyce Markoll.
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