Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 26th Nov 2007 10:16 UTC
Linux The creator of Linux is excited about solid-state drives, expects progress in graphics and wireless networking, and says the operating system is strong in virtualization despite his personal lack of interest in the area.
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raver31
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2005-07-06

I call shill...

What were these problems with 7.10 that were so nasty they put you off re-installing versions that did work ?

Microsoft makes screw ups too... How many people genuinely like Vista and think it is a vast improvement over XP ? Not many.

back to your points...

Editing /etc/fstab will in no way whatsoever damage X
unless one of the lines you edited was in fact to remove a drive that had /usr on it. If fixing X was too hard for you, then, I assume a custom partitioning scheme was also too complicated, and you let the installer decide for you..... so /usr was not on a separate partition in the first place.


One thing I must say though, if you REALLY did have those problems, I would pack the PC back into its box, take it back to PC World, and tell them you need to return it, as there was a vote online, and the vast majority think you are too stupid to own a computer.

Edited 2007-11-27 08:36

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