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Re: [opensuse] The state of openSUSE
- From: Thomas Hertweck <Thomas.Hertweck@xxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2006 21:23:02 +0100
- Message-id: <44C137A6.9000309@xxxxxx>
> you have problems related to general decision. modules are
> lacking because they was causing problems, not for I don't
> know what kind if hazardous decision. this is explained on
> the wiki.
Could you, at least, try to write proper English? Then I would have a
chance to understand what you mean...
> nice. it's why these module where removed. and we couldn't
> afford to way.
Again, what does this mean? I don't understand it. But don't start to
use "we" because you are obviously talking about your opinion, not the
opinion of us all. Your opinion is at least not my opinion.
> if my house is at risk, I can't wait for a friendly solution.
What has this to do with the problem we've discussed?
> i this make it more complicated. This is the price to pay
> for safety. why bother to have a firewall? this is
> complicated! remove it... same thing
Again, your only writing flames.
> ask Nvidia!! I use Nvidia with stock drivers without any
> problem (no use of 3d)
NVIDIA is not responsible for the functionality that was offered in
YaST. It was a service provided by Novell/SUSE and many users liked it.
It has been removed in the initial version of SUSE 10.1. This made the
installation process less comfortable for the user. So why should I
blame NVIDIA for this? You didn't get the point. Hopefully, the end user
got some of the functionality now back if I understood Marcus' email
correctly. As I said before, from my point of view it would have been
better to have a solution in place before dropping the original
functionality. Some of the changes are really painful for users and, no,
I don't share your opinion that immediate action was required - a better
transition would have been possible. Hopefully, we'll see some of these
problems solved in the long run with the build service offered by Novell.
> so don't say we must follow unbutu because it have more user
> than we have. I just show you how this argument sucks.
You didn't show anything useful. Well, you showed that you didn't
understand what this is all about and what the points are. Sorry.
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