Re: Why is troubleshooting Linux so hard?
Can I get a second on Teddy's opinion? I tend to believe that I just
share the Linux experience, and if I can get something useful done
whilst the computer is willing, so much the better. Is this the truth
about open source software? Maybe I am in the wrong distribution and
I'm wasting the list's time.
What's important to emphasise here is that I'm not an idiot. Camaleón,
I can tell the difference between a hardware problem and a software
problem. I fix computers for profit so I know how to troubleshoot
problems when I have a clear set of symptoms which I can isolate and
test. Yes, I test my hard drive and RAM so, by the process of
elimination, the problem *is* the software.