OT: Cannot log into bank account

silver.bullet at zoho.com silver.bullet at zoho.com
Wed Sep 16 11:31:23 UTC 2015


On Wed, 16 Sep 2015 13:07:52 +0200, Liam Proven wrote:
>On 16 September 2015 at 12:53,  <silver.bullet at zoho.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, 16 Sep 2015 12:36:08 +0200, Liam Proven wrote:
>>>Linux distribution bigotry and hate-speech is less harmful than forms
>>>directed at race, sexuality or gender -- but this is bigotry and
>>>hate-speech nonetheless.
>>>
>>>Ralf, you should be thoroughly ashamed of yourself. You need to learn
>>>how to be a decent human being. You also need to learn a lot about
>>>Linux distributions and their familial interrelationships, too.
>>>
>>>You appear to be ignorant and intolerant in both areas. You should
>>>fix that.
>>
>> What next? I was friendly and explained why my hints are well-meant
>> help. I didn't use hate-speech, but you discredit me with lies.
>>
>> I want that a list admin chimes in.
>>
>> :(
>
>No, you were not. You were not friendly -- you were mocking and
>hostile.
>
>You refer to Mint scornfully as a "freakish distro".
>
>You have no right to make such judgement calls.
>
>> > Why do people who chose freakish distros
>
>You suggest and imply that the OP is foolish and asking in the wrong
>place:

You should assume good faith. I explained that I wasn't scornful,
neither I implied that the OP is foolish. Stop spreading such lies. 

>> often ask for help in Ubuntu
>> and Debian mailing lists?
>
>This is implying that the OP is stupid.
>
>You spread FUD:
>
>> Mint is as much an Ubuntu flavour, as Microsoft Windows is an Ubuntu
>flavour
>
>This is a blatant, bare-faced lie; Mint has a single parent distro,
>which is Ubuntu, nowadays the LTS version. Yes it contains non-Ubuntu
>code; so does LXLE, so did Lubuntu and Ubuntu MATE before they became
>official remixes.

No, you are mistaken. I send a link and another subscriber explained it
too, that Mint is not an Ubuntu flavour, but Lubuntu is an Ubuntu
flavour. I try to explain it to help the OP and other Mint users. Thy<
you now spread nonsense isn't a help.


>You are hostile, mocking, spread false information -- and then you
>come back and deny it, which is typical of a bigot.

Actually you are the only one being aggressive and hostile.

>As I said: fix your technical knowledge, and learn how to be a better
>person.

Again an aggression. And you still don't care about an link to an
official Ubuntu website I posted.

>Unless or until you do both, I strongly suggest that you do not post
>again on this or any Ubuntu list.

Now I really insist that an admin chimes in.

On Wed, 16 Sep 2015 13:10:14 +0200, Liam Proven wrote:
>On 16 September 2015 at 12:44,  <silver.bullet at zoho.com> wrote:
>> The OP mentioned "Mint 17.3",
>> the OP even didn't mention what Internet browser was used,
>
>This is another lie. The OP stipulated that the browser was Firefox in
>their original message.
>
>You may have poor reading and comprehension skills, but this does not
>excuse you: what a smart person does is know their own limits and
>failings, not blame others who they fail to understand.
>
>The problem here is *you*, Ralf.

"A Google search for the same problem indicated that a virus was the 
cause in a Windows system. I may have updated Firefox since the last 
successful login, I can't remember."

Pardon, English isn't my native language. Perhaps the above is meant as
Firefox used on Mint and not Windows. This was a misunderstanding.

Anyway, I gave a hint to about:config, you didn't help at all.





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