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XIlliterate
post Jun 27 2006, 04:32 PM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?
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I'm not a Linux fan. I have some Kubuntu KDE thing. don't ask me specifically what it is because i can't tell you. i know that it all works a little differently. Anyway.. The reason i was a fan of windows was because it was user friendly, this is not. I wanna know how to do and access all of the things i need. Plus i have a lot of school work that needs to be typed and i have no printer, so i need to know how to get things so that i get open up my text files in a windows computer. Also my webcam issue, i'd try to fix it myself...but i can't even find the screen thing (pardon my Linux Illiteracy) To type in the commands. UGH!
Anyway, any help you can give is very much appreciated.

thX

XIlliterate


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DS2K3
post Jan 13 2008, 06:12 PM
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Its GNU/Linuxhelp.net
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You are only 18 months too late to join this thread.... Perhaps you were trying to be controversial, but do you REALLY think phrasing something as "sorry to break it to some folks" is a polite way to debut on a forum, or in any polite society for that matter? The implication that you are somehow enlightening us is not appreciated. It all comes down to familiarity, I consider Swahili to be user-unfriendly yet many thousands of other people would disagree with me. If I can plug in a PCI TV adapter and have it work out the box, is that less user friendly that trying to install the software and driver manually?


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