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Re: [opensuse] Registration in 10.1
  • From: Rajko M <rmatov101@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 13 May 2006 21:33:54 -0500
  • Message-id: <44669712.2010505@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Erhard Sanio wrote:
this time is your signature lesser informative, but there is trace left in previous message :-)

Sure it is. If you ever come to Berlin during the weekend
and don't know where to stay, you have the address and the phone numbers :) (This applies to all of you reading here *g*)

Lucky you, at least one lesser on the list of unexpected visitors would be me. If I visit EU the closest place to Berlin would be M√ľnchen :-)

It is just how you understand the request.
With option "later" it seems to be not much of mandatory.

Ok, it made a bad impression to me. It is all Open Source,
voluntary work, no need to press the users. Not later,
not at all.

I can see that you was upset, but I can see from other postings that you accepted other reasons too, which mean that you are reasonable man. Sincerely I was upset too at first, but than I looked what they've asked; just a bit more or comparable to what usually leaves computer for almost every WWW connection. And later in this way they do is not pressure at all.

On the other side it doesn't make difference at all as I never used automatic updates.

Well I love YOU, and use it happily with the UMTS card of my
notebook as well as with my home DSL network. It is probably
not perfect, but only a few steps from :).

regards, E. Sanio

I can only acknowledge that Yast Online Update makes life much easier, but still I use it in manual mode. Automatic can make update to kernel that I don't expect and next time I turn computer on my screen is in text mode. It is not problem to rerun video configuration, but it can be unpleasant if you have someone behind you that expect graphic to explain that next few minutes the only what we can see is text.

Anyway have a fun Erhard.

--
Regards,
Rajko.

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