Frank Küster wrote:
"Roberto C. Sanchez" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:That is true. But really, I thank that what happened shows a lack of common sense. There is little helping that. Imagine that you take your car to get serviced. The mechanic replaces some part. Next time you open the hood, you see a part you don't recognize. You decide to snap it off. Next time you try to start the car, it won't. You call the mechanic and tell him you snapped off a part he installed becuase you did not recognize it. He would laugh at you.He'd stop laughing when I show him the label "If you don't like this part, remove it" that he put on it. He'll have to repair it again, and cover the costs for the rental car...
Please read what I wrote more carefully. I said "snap it off," not "carefully remove with appropriate tools." Anyone who goes mucking around their filesystem removing potentially critical compenents without thinking about it and using the proper tools for the job, is not thinking straight. -Roberto -- Roberto C. Sanchez http://familiasanchez.net/~sanchezr
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