Installing Ubuntu (any distro?) on ASUS T91
dasautotec at gmail.com
Sun Jan 31 17:06:27 UTC 2010
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.
> > Deal?
> > Oh and you can feel free to correct me if I'm wrong in any post, but
> > please make sure to research it first.
> > ~Spaceghost
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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?
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