If you read this or any Linux forum you'll find like I said before not all works with every computer but then since it does not work on yours it's a failure....rec9140 wrote:Since there are many on this forum, who can not engage in a lively debate...colyn wrote:Up front I don't have any issues with it.
Some computers will work fine with it some won't. That does not always mean it has bugs..If you have used Linux for any amount of time you should know not all works with every computer.....guess what???? the same is true for Windows..........rec9140 wrote:Really? Seriously? You would take that response to your boss to explain why people are reporting an issue and dismiss it as not being an issue? Really?
Now your mentality or lack thereof is showing through...rec9140 wrote:Well I can tell you a couple things.
1) If you were the developer and gave me that answer as the CIO,I have a few words for you ala my best Trump voice "YOUR FIRED!"
I've been involved in IT and company computer maint. before so I know this is hogwash...rec9140 wrote:2) My BOSS the head of the agency, if I passed that up the chain would have the same comment ala their best Trump voice "YOUR FIRED!"
colyn wrote: If it was as bad as you say it most likely would have been scrapped long ago but since it is still being used it has merit..rec9140 wrote:I've put this on my test machine, and all I get is an ugly blue background with a bunch of stupid dots blinking ala 1983.
This squarely goes on my test list as a FAILURE. Others have the same thing. Yes I set it to a higher resolution, and 24 bit depth, same ugly screen..
The rest of your dribble I will withhold comment since you are obviously gunning for a fight nor will I comment further on your childish comments....