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Regarding GTKPBBUTTONSD and list participation

im amazed how much feedback this thread has got...ITOH my last emails asking for help havent got any attention...yes my fault phps cause im not good enough in stating my problems installing debian for the 1rst time on my ppc...but anyway i wont stop asking, heres my S.Q of the day:

how can i set the clock to keep its correct time, everytime i boot in OSX i have to change time&date, the same thing when i boot into linux..if i change one the other will be set to the wrong time...and both are set to the same timezone??

2nd S.Q, are those gtkpbbuttonsd only working in gnome?? i have installed powerprefs, pbbutons an their correspondent libs, but im always failing to make install gtkpbbuttonsd..and yes gtk+-2 is also already installed...

i need to get the second mouse button running, and theres no keyboard combination that works neither, thuough i can type emails an manage almost all through the window menus.

ok, gracias, again

::::::12/3/03 6:37 PM +0100 Wolfgang Pfeiffer escribio ::::::-->
Hi Barry,
We're not all the same here. There are different people on this list,
like everywhere: Some are strange guys that I simply ignore, many others
here helped me a lot.

I find it a bit boring here sometimes, that's true: Our sense of humour
might be a bit underdeveloped  here, and we have here some very few guys
who, as it seems, do not like it very much if people make jokes on linux
and those using this OS: I simply ignore these people, and I'll be
making my stupid jokes on me, linux, its users and the rest of the world
like I always did ... :)

Another important point: For some of us --and I'm one of them -- English
is not the primary language: That's perhaps why the wording of our mails
sometimes appears to be very terse and "frozen" -- might be very well
it's not much fun to read our mails ...

On Tue, 2003-12-02 at 23:14, Barry Hawkins wrote:
 To the list at large,
	I have been working on getting a Debian install up on my system for ~
 2 weeks now, and I find myself dreading when I have to post a question,
 because getting an answer on these lists can be pretty daunting.  When
 you do get an answer, it is often a sparse reply indicating "you're not
 doing it right" or "you're using the wrong thing".  Well - yeah, I
 guess so, or I wouldn't be having the problems I am having.
 >	Seriously, folks, when you have new folks coming to a list, it's

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