DFergATL wrote: Ah, I get it. No one is allowed to learn.
On the contrary. You better be motivated to learn.
Because if you aren't then Linux really isn't the right OS for you.
BTW, was I writing Chinese or how the f*** were you able to understand the opposite of what I tried to tell you?
DFergATL wrote: If you don't already know Linux then aparently, from your attitude, you should even bother tying it out.
If you don't know it then you better either ask before you do something potentially stupid or you better have Google ready or you better be prepared to read some infos, How-To's or other instructions. You are in control.
You tell the OS what to do and not the other way round. So *you*
have to know stuff ... not the OS.
DFergATL wrote: Not every one knows everything when they first start out.
Like I was saying anything of the opposite??
DFergATL wrote: There is this little thing called a learning curve. I am sure you would probably be lost trying to assemble a 35mm projector without having spent time learning them.
What?? Your 35mm projectors are not setup to automatically disassemble and reassemble themselves ... ? ....
Applying your own logic from that posting above where you complained about the installer not being setup to do certain things --- then your 35mm projectors should assemble or disassemble themselves auto-magically ... but obviously no matter how good a 35mm projector is -- at one point you'll need the knowledge for disassembling and assembling them again. You have to know what you do ... I don't suppose you can disassemble a 35mm projector and then expect that it will re-assemble itself auto-magically again, right? Same with OS'es and their installers: You have to know what you do.