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mikesd

mikesd

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    RE: No installation
    [b]abrenar wrote:[/b] [quote] any idea what's that package is for? and if i didnt download it i cant log in and the prompts restarted asking me again to log in.[/quote] Well, if you don't tell us the package name, how can we help you?
    Link to this post 11 Jun 09

    abrenar wrote:

    any idea what's that package is for? and if i didnt download it i cant log in and the prompts restarted asking me again to log in.


    Well, if you don't tell us the package name, how can we help you?

  • mikesd
    RE: Should I Try Fedora?
    What was your problem w/ openSUSE? I'm not a big RH/Fedora fan. I feel they break things. My personal opinion. I happen to use openSUSE and love it. I've always got more helpful support from the suse guys too than from the red hat guys. I would say, though, if you're used to the apt setup, then stick w/ the Debian based distros. I don't and won't use them, but if you like them more power to you. If you want to start to learn rpm based distros, then give opensuse a try again. Post in the Opensuse forms any problems you have and I'm sure you'll get some help.
    Link to this post 11 Jun 09

    What was your problem w/ openSUSE? I'm not a big RH/Fedora fan. I feel they break things. My personal opinion. I happen to use openSUSE and love it. I've always got more helpful support from the suse guys too than from the red hat guys. I would say, though, if you're used to the apt setup, then stick w/ the Debian based distros. I don't and won't use them, but if you like them more power to you. If you want to start to learn rpm based distros, then give opensuse a try again. Post in the Opensuse forms any problems you have and I'm sure you'll get some help.

  • mikesd
    RE: YAST -- (1st Thread)
    I think it's one of the most intuitive and easiest tools to use I've had the pleasure of using on any linux distro.
    Link to this post 03 Jun 09

    I think it's one of the most intuitive and easiest tools to use I've had the pleasure of using on any linux distro.

  • mikesd
    RE: We need some form of moderation on PM's!
    Message boards and forums are not something new to the internet. Shouldn't this have been thought of and implemented from the get go?
    Link to this post 27 May 09

    Message boards and forums are not something new to the internet. Shouldn't this have been thought of and implemented from the get go?

  • mikesd
    RE: RHEL / CentOS
    Wouldn't non Fedora fall under the Redhat option?
    Link to this post 14 May 09

    Wouldn't non Fedora fall under the Redhat option?

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