Re: install5 report

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You like flaming do ya> How about some ribbing?
 hmm, did you think that up all by yourself or did you have any help?
"YOU MUST realise" that Linux has  compiled programs, oops packages. Basic uses an interpreter.
Apologies for the bandwidth wastage; could very well resist.
Hope this helps?
Warm regards.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "ABrady" <xunil@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <psyche-list@xxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: <adrianix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 9:59 AM
Subject: Re: install5 report

> On Sun, 29 Jun 2003 23:43:21 +1200
> "afme@xxxxxxxxxx" <adrianix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> > No 5
> > no format, auto desktop no format.
> >  had to click for KDE, changed mouse to  wheel ps/2.
> >
> > still the same hassle of garbage and banl screens,. ended up with
> > gmnome, no mouse, ctl-alt-bspace shutdown.
> >
> > woof
> Is there an interpreter in the house?
> If you want to try again:
> 1. Put some context. Is this a reply or continuation of something? If
> so, where is whatever it is you're replying to or carrying on with? If
> you don't have it handy, it might help to include a little explanation
> for those of us that can't/don't watch the mailing list closely.
> 2. Did you have some sort of problem? if so, what was it and what made
> you think doing what you did might work? I'm not saying what you did is
> right or wrong. But I have no idea why you did it. I'm not altogether
> sure I understand what you did for that matter.
> 3. Write sentences. What garbage are you talking about? I don't know
> what you want, so I have no idea if I can understand what "banl" means.
> Maybe that's the garbage you mention, but I haven't a clue.
> 4. I gather no mouse. OK, if so, how did you click on something to
> change it so that you found out you didn't have it? It reads as though
> you had a mouse, changed it and lost the mouse. If that isn't what
> happened, I'm flumoxed. Assuming it is correct, why did you change a
> functional mouse to something that didn't work?
> 5. I have no idea how you could be in KDE, click something to change a
> mouse, then end up in Gnome. That's the way it seems to read. Again, I
> sure can't be certain because I have trouble understanding any of it.
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