Installing Ubuntu (any distro?) on ASUS T91
lamp at afan.net
Mon Feb 1 14:08:15 UTC 2010
Jay Daniels wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-01-31 at 09:24 -0700, Karl F. Larsen wrote:
>> Johnneylee Rollins wrote:
>>>> Tell you what. I will help the people who ask for help in my
>>>> way. You are free to help the same person your way.
>>>> But for God's sake stop telling me what the person wants. I
>>>> already know!!!
>>> Okay, as long as you understand that I will point out when you are
>>> wrong, just as I would any other user on the list.
>> NO NO NO! Do not point out that the help provided by Joe is
>> wrong! This is your opintion and keep it to yourself!
>> I have been using Linux since before you were born. It
>> doesn't help much.
>>> It won't be personal, but I think I have more linux experience as I've
>>> been using linux for 5 years now and am a software programmer.
>>> Oh and you can feel free to correct me if I'm wrong in any post, but
>>> please make sure to research it first.
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>> Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
> I subscribe to iatn.net, and if it's one thing I hate is deletion or
> removal of entire threads saying it violates iatn policy. In other
> words, anything that is controversial or they think would spawn a lot of
> replies like CO2, etc. is off limits. Prices and salaries are off
> limits. Just about anything that might offend someone is off limits
> whether it's relevant or not.
> I like ubuntu and linux, free and open. God himself couldn't delete
> your mistakes. Opps, this message would get deleted too, because iatn
> admins would claim it's religious because it contains the word god, or
> it contains criticisms of the company itself.
> I take the time to write a message on iatn, only to find the whole tread
> deleted. The ubuntu and linux community is not like this, and that's
> why I like it, for better or worse.
> I would post iatn's ridiculous policies here on the list, but I'm
> affraid that too would be against their user policy. Sound familiar?
I don't want to interrupt your valuable discussion but the topic is
something else and if you continue this way there is no big help to me.
Or I have to start new topic?
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