Re: Debian, Iceweasle, Firefox!
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On 01/26/07 23:18, Hal Vaughan wrote:
> On Friday 26 January 2007 23:19, Angelo Bertolli wrote:
>> Piotr Dziubinski wrote:
>>> Ex-Debian user...
>>> ... back to the Gentoo
>> If going to the Mozilla website to download and install Firefox is
>> too much work for you, Debian is definitely not a good choice for
>> you. You might try another OS called Windows--I hear it's got its
>> own browser that's pretty popular.
> Now that's just mean. See my earlier response about rudeness being a
> weak man's imitation of strength. You've made good points in your
> other posts on this thread, but there is no reason to be that mean to a
> frustrated user. It just pours fuel on the fire and justifies those
> who say that Linux people are more concerned about acting superior
> because they think they're smart than in helping others.
I can see where some would call it rude. Others would say, "direct
and unvarnished". There was no cursing, no name calling. The last
sentence was a little snide, and prudence suggests it shouldn't have
been written, but I won't call it mean.
But then, I don't think that *any* MSFT products should be allowed
on the internet, and that people should be licensed to use the
internet. (Teenagers do not have an unalienable right to do have
Myspace pages and click on every "free nude girlz" link they see.)
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