Safely Remove Drive needed twice

Basil Chupin blchupin at iinet.net.au
Tue Nov 2 08:36:22 GMT 2010


On 02/11/2010 19:20, Mark wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 1:16 AM, Basil Chupin<blchupin at iinet.net.au>  wrote:
>    
>> On 02/11/2010 18:51, Mark wrote:
>>      
>>> I suspect that yours was inherited from your 10.4 installation.
>>>        
>> Oh dear......How many times must I state this....
>>
>> I NEVER upgrade from one version to the next.
>>
>> ALL my installations are FRESH, UNADULTERATED installations.
>>
>>      
> Sorry - I did read that, then it slipped my fettered mind in my haste.
>
>    
>> No, not really - certainly not after reading the above. It seems that
>> you don't read, or perhaps don't comprehend, what people post in
>> response to your questions/replies.
>>
>>      
> No need to be offensive.
>    

I never attempt to be offensive - goes against my up-bringing and nature.

To the point, yes, blunt, yes, but not offensive. If I want to be really 
'offensive' you'll know about it.

>> Nevertheless, I am more than happy to close this long winded thread
>> because I now see that carrying on would simply be a pointless exercise
>> - and I have other matters requiring my attention.
>>
>>      
> At this hour I would hope so.  In any case, I cannot explain the
> difference either.  It's strange, but I can live with it.  At least I
> have my system working the way I want it to.  Hopefully yours suits
> you, too.
>    

Great - we both have it the way we like it - albeit via different means, 
but which is rather disturbing because we both seem to have installed 
Ubuntu as clean installs and yet we get different results. But....that's 
life as the Actress said to the Bishop :-) .


> Good night.
>    

And the same to you (although for me it's still evening and some hours 
to go before I hit the pillow :-) ).

BC

-- 
The sex was so good that even the neighbours had a cigarette.




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