I think the poster should install Windows 95 and ask Microsoft why it doesn't get updated.ClutchDisc wrote:Make sure you tell them that we tried to tell you that Mint 10 (the one you installed) was obsolete, and that its not a good idea to install and use an obsolete operating system. Also tell them that when we suggested installing Mint 13 or Mint 17 (both are still supported) that it seems that you had no interest and just wanted us to make obsolete Mint 10 to work like Mint 17... I'm sure they will understand our frustrations.kenise wrote:I will continue with this project, with multiple manufactures, employers and companies on board. When asked "how did you decide on the OS?" I look forward to explaining my brief experience with Mint.
I'm not saying you were supposed to know that Mint 10 was obsolete, but we are here to help you get going with either Mint 13 or Mint 17.. if you decide you want help.
I don't understand why someone would complain about software they downloaded being obsolete and no longer supported when it is free and they didn't download it from linuxmint.com and they somehow think their endorsement of linuxmint would mean anything. Most of us posting here are just Linux Mint users that try to help people with problems--------we don't get paid