You are not wrong

Pastor JW pastor_jw at the-inner-circle.org
Mon Jun 22 14:15:15 UTC 2009


On Sunday 21 June 2009 9:52:23 pm bret.m at iinet.net.au wrote:
>
> Thanks for being so honest, I would have kept with Ubuntu if it was
> not for that Keyring, I could have not said it better myself.

Well Brett, I tried not to use any of the bad words this program taught me!  I 
know how it is terribly frustrating to have your own machine not do what YOU 
want it to.  Especially when its time wasting crud that stops your machine 
from automatically doing your repetitive chores you got the machine for in 
the first place!  IF I have to do things manually, being literally chained to 
the machine, having to even enter passwords to use a password, what is the 
point of even owning a computer?  I am sorry they drove you away from Ubuntu 
as it is really quite nice once you get rid of trash like these couple of 
nasty programs.  I too have been afraid to "upgrade" as that would reinstall 
kwallet and I'd have to waste another couple of months listening to people 
not help me get rid of it but tell me why I have to put up with invasive 
annoyances like this hateful thing in order to use Ubuntu.  If they answer at 
all it is usually just noise about how I missed how "wonderful" it was for my 
machine to be infected with this silly additional annoyance but no real help.  
Why did I feel it was beneath me to enter my password a hundred times a day 
so my machine could do anything at all.  Afterall, am I not the machine's 
personal servant?  After that fails they want you to study a manual which 
also doesn't tell you how to rid your machine of it, thus wasting even more 
of your time.  So like you did, you find your only logical choice left is to 
leave the distro.  Sorry state of affairs for a distro which CLAIMS to be on 
the side of the people.



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