MALsPa wrote:It's probably not a Mint-specific problem, but since it happened in Linux Mint, why not ask the question at these forums instead of at the Ubuntu forums? I don't know, that's what I'd do.
First of all, hi MALsPa and thank you for your replies. Sorry, I forgot to say these in my previous post.
I see that you have been here since 2007, so you have certainly seen Ubuntu users asking their questions here in Mint forums.
Take this one
for instance. In her opening post she doesn't mention Ubuntu, but in her subsequent post
, she says "I use Ubuntu not Mint ...".
This is only one of many examples.
MALsPa wrote:...and if I asked the question at the Ubuntu forums, I wouldn't get upset if someone at the Ubuntu forums suggested asking at the Mint forums. But, hey, that's just me.
Now, back to the same thread where that Ubuntu user asks her question in Mint forums.
UbuntuUser wrote:Asking this question on behalf of my Dad.
He puts a music CD into his drive A and a blank disc into drive B...
I don't know if she would or wouldn't get upset if I suggested asking at the Ubuntu forums, but I know this:
UbuntuUser wrote:Following the restart it worked.
Many thanks for your help - I have a very happy Dad now.
She is happy, her dad is happy. She feels proud of her self helping his dad, and his dad is happy to have a daughter who cares.
Should I, or anybody else, ruin all this simply because she is using Ubuntu. WHY?