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panic when install FreeBSD
by celt on Mon 8th Aug 2005 11:47 UTC
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2005-07-06

Well consider your laptop the problem, my laptop has been running 6x since it branched - haven't had a panic yet.

I always love these genereal comments..."so ans so panics on MY system."

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RE: panic when install FreeBSD
by on Mon 8th Aug 2005 12:16 in reply to "panic when install FreeBSD"
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>Well consider your laptop the problem, my laptop has
>been running 6x since it branched - haven't had a panic
>yet.
>
>I always love these genereal comments..."so ans so
>panics on MY system."

Hey, ulib. RE: Cluelessness is a baaad beast.

Yeah, see this post? This is a first class example of the arrogance and belittling that comes out of the FreeBSD community.

Me, clueless? I don't think so. You, on the other hand are feel free to stick your head up your ass and pretend everything I say is false. It would seem to be the fitting reaction, as you appear to be from the FreeBSD community yourself.

Have a nice day.

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RE[2]: panic when install FreeBSD
by on Mon 8th Aug 2005 18:39 in reply to "RE: panic when install FreeBSD"
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Dear Sir,

This has nothing to do with "arrogance and belittling." You complain of a problem and offer those that work hard to provide a free, stable system nothing in return - you give no detailed explanation of your hardware, nothing.

If someone had a desire to help you, how would they possibly proceed with the non-existent information you've provided? Is it someone else's obligation to drag information out of you? Do you expect them to beg you to tell them what they need to know to find resolution to YOUR problem?

Stop complaining and be willing to help others as much as you expect them to help you. This isn't charity, it's cooperation and community - there is a difference.

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