Pas de problème ... Alors, j'ai dit que tu as probablement raison ... il est vraiement un petit peu stupid ce gasSorensei wrote:Caramba encore raté! Mon suisse-allemand est inexistant.
Respect is a mutual affair. And spare me your efforts in "educating" me, you have already proven how disrespectful you can be when you posted that silly and uninformed troll posting of your's. You can just go and stand in the same corner like this guy up there.frank392 wrote:Hi Scorp123,
when are you going to learn, we need to treat people with respect
Precisely! Writing stuff out of context and nonsense such as "don't do me any favours" is not really going to help anyone, especially not him (her?).clem wrote:.. would have been nice to understand this guy's complain thoug...
Respect!! It's true that with Linux (and UNIX-like operating systems in general) you need to read tons and tons of stuff. But once you did that nobody can take this from you. Nobody will come and change Linux in such a way that all the reading you did becomes useless overnight because someone changed a ton of features (only exception I could think of is Linux kernel API's which change from time to time ... but as a user you probably never will mess with Linux kernel API's anyway? It's more of a frustration to Linux kernel programmers ...). Microsoft does that with every release of Windows And besides, once you know Linux and one particular distribution a bit it's not so difficult to learn other distributions or other UNIX-like operating systems such as FreeBSD. They are all very similar. It's like driving cars: The models may differ from manufactor to manufactor, but the basic stuff is always in the same place. You know how to drive one car? Then you also know how to drive all others, it's just a matter of finding the right buttons for all the bells and whistles in every new model you'll drive, but the basic stuff is absolutely the same.quickstart wrote:I've yet to post a question on any forum.
I just read, and read and..well you get the picture.
Same here in my company when I get new apprentices. And then the shock in their faces when I tell them that in my department they'll have to learn all this UNIX and Linux stuff ...quickstart wrote:So in an ideal world, Linux/UNIX would be taught in computer studies in schools. Here in the UK as far as I know, children learn how to use Windows software. They don't learn about alternative OS's.
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