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Re: [opensuse] 10.2 is turning into a nightmare - ps
  • From: Bob S <usr@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 01:01:55 -0500
  • Message-id: <200702120101.55286.usr@xxxxxxxxxxx>
On Sunday 11 February 2007 11:34, Charles R. Buchanan wrote:
> Let's see, let's do an experiment shall we?
> here is part of one of my replies
> =================================
> (^_^) Yes it would, someone suggested a nice simple how-to to fix the
> mbr (^_^)from the rescue console. That would be nice. However I
> think your (^_^)mining along the vein of writing to the MBR is
> probably fruitful. So if (^_^)I could ask a question of the OP, did
> you have grub write to the MBR (^_^)since you restored your XP? The
> system booting directly into XP would (^_^)seem to indicate that you
> didn't.
> (^_^)
> (^_^) Carl - What do you think of the idea of having the XP
> bootloader (^_^)handle booting instead of Grub? There are reasonably
> simple (^_^)instructions for editing the required files in XP as well
> as how to get (^_^)file(s) he will need to copy over to his XP root
> partition. (^_^)
> (^_^) Mike
> =================================
> Here's part of another reply using the "normal" way:
> ==================================
> > On Sat, Jan 27, 2007 at 06:53:38PM -0900, John Andersen wrote:
> > > On Saturday 27 January 2007, Zhang Weiwu wrote:
> > > > Study shows not every "ordinary users" actually use google to
> > > > search for a solution when they got a problem. So if people have
> > > > to search for how to enable mp3, we already know many people has
> > > > given up. And also study shows even in opensource world, only
> > > > 1/7 people go ask questions on forum or mailing list. So if a
> > > > google search doesn't leads to a workable solution, 6/7 people
> > > > perhaps give up, only 1/7 will post something like me. Well
> > > > perhaps only a very few percent will have a true hacker's spirit
> > > > and hack down a solution when questions on forum/lists doesn't
> > > > get a solution.
> =========================
> Same amount of area being taken up. Seen way worst ones about. I don't
> know, maybe it is JUST me, but I'm usualy reading what someone says
> instead of what's sitting on the left margin! :-D

This is offered in a friendly educational way. Yes, in your example they
do take up the same amount of space, but that is not the issue.

First, see what happens to the text in "your way" quoting method. It will

Second, I don't know if you realize this or not. The first quote
character ">" designates the last quote to the message. The ">>"
designates the quote previous to that and to which ">" is responding.
The same holds true for ">>>>", ">>>" and so forth. Each set of
descending quotes pertaining to the previous advice or question. It is
easy to understand who said what with that system. And it is all done
automatically by the mailer. Just thought I would point that out to you
in case you didn't know.

Just trying to be helpful.

Bob S.

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