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Re: [vox] More IE exploits

On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 12:57:10PM -0700, Robert G. Scofield wrote:
> On a more serious level the thing with me is that, even as a non-techie, 
> Linux is fun to use.  Windows use is a task or chore for me.  I don't 
> have fun using it.  Part of it might just be the feeling of being part 
> of a special movement or community as a Linux user, I don't know.

>  And 
> then there's the fact I'm becoming more leery of accepting the licensing 
> agreements of things like Real Audio and Roxio CD burners.
> >What do you mean when you say the timing is off?
> >
> > 
> >
> I don't know what I mean.  That is what the person who fixed the 
> computer said.  He said that there might be some capacitor leakage, but 
> he found no evidence of it.  I was running SuSE 9.0, and he said he got 
> the Mandrake live CD to work.  So I downloaded Mandrake 10.0, and tried 
> unsuccessfully to get it to install.  During one of those attempts I got 
> an error message about a "syncing" problem.

Hehe... Linux movement or not, Windows is a fsck'ing pain in the ASS
for me. >:^(


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