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Re: [SLE] Disgruntled Customer (Can we end this!!!)
- From: weberdr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Darren R. Weber)
- Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 02:02:15 -0400
- Message-id: <00082402083100.19996@cain>
Am I the only one that is sick of this lame ass flame war???
If you have a problem and need help, ask a question. Otherwise shut the hell
up so the rest of us can get something done!
My mailbox doesn't need these types of messages any longer. What a waste of
bandwidth. . . and I don't care if my message is hypocritical, someone has to
say "end it".
Darren R. Weber
On Thu, 24 Aug 2000, you wrote:
> On Thu, 24 Aug 2000 lwr1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > > downloaded, from the SuSE mirrors. I had one box that the
> > > kernel upgrade (using the binary rpms, thank you very much)
> > > was a complete nightmare. Another one, piece of cake.
> > > Using the same files downloaded from a SuSE mirror, shared
> > > over the lan via nfs.
> > Errrr, perhaps you forgot, running linux IS essentially beta testing...
> That's a great excuse. So when is it NOT going to be beta
> testing? Tomorrow? After kernel 4?
> > > Oh, I know. Now you are going to complain that we don't
> > > give specific examples. But when I do, are you going
> > > shuffle me off w/ a 'why didn't you submit a bug report?'?
> > > Why? Because for one, these are pretty basic. If SuSE was
> > > going to do something about them, I think they would have
> > > done it before the software came out, as there is little
> > > chance they could have missed them (I could be wrong)
> > Guess that means that SuSE has to re-author ALL software in the
> > world. I think that project is going to start RIGHT after Microsoft
> > starts writing bug-free software...
> Well, it would be nice to be able to upgrade without worrying about
> whether my faxing is going to be completely broken or that 2 out of the 3
> popular GUI rpm tools will be broken.
> > > > > 4) Did everyone see the post from the poor guy who
> > > > > upgraded apache, (again, a SuSE upgrade) and it now
> > > > > doesn't work?
> > Didn't have a problem here myself with the same upgrade. Perhaps
> > a bad install. Get a fair number of those with MS products at work
> > (more windows machines than anything there), occasionally things
> > go wrong on install and the installation isn't worth a campaign
> > promise...
> Well, considering your mailer you don't seem to use many Linux apps so
> you're not providing much of an example.
> > > > There's ALWAYS someone where everything go wrong, and
> > > > (almost) always
> > > > it's NOT our fault.
> > Yes it is, ya didn't booby-trap the package to kill off idiots.
> > > >
> > > > > What is going on here? I cannot believe that SuSE is
> > > > > releasing 7.0 in 10 days, and their 6.4 is such a
> > > > > heap. Or maybe that is the plan.....
> > Guess this guy never used Microsoft products...
> So as long as we're not as crappy as MS products we're ok? That seems to
> be your theme throughout your responses.
> And back to my previous gripe, I'd like to not have a filesystem hyped
> that isn't quite ready for primetime.
> Reading this discussion I think I'm starting to see the benefit of a
> limited set of well-tested apps like the BSDs rather than a ton of
> untested apps.
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