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RE: debian - newcomer

What is this person trying to say here? (see italics below)

Patrick Cheong
Information Systems Assurance
Measat Broadcast Network Systems
e-mail: mailto:patrick_cheong@astro.com.my
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> -----Original Message-----
> From:	guran remberg [SMTP:guran@nr1.nu]
> Sent:	Friday, October 13, 2000 4:35 PM
> To:	debian-user@lists.debian.org
> Subject:	debian - newcomer
> Hi
> I am new to this Potato and the installation went nice by Ethernet and
> your programs.
> I downloaded from INRIA the scilab 2.5 in the deb variety and a
> xlib6g_3.3.6-10.deb. When installed , nothing was complained.
> Gnome is new to me, most accustomed to KDE, so I have not learned how to
> fix an icon to the desk, and launched it from a terminal. Here is what I
> got:
> guran@Archimedes:~$ scilab
> guran@Archimedes:~$ /usr/lib/scilab-2.5/bin/scilex: error in loading
> shared libraries: libtk8.0.so: cannot open shared object file: No such
> file or directory
> then I did:
> guran@Archimedes:~$ locate libtk8.0.so
> /usr/lib/libtk8.0.so.1
	[CHEONG, Shu Yang (Patrick)]    What the fine hell is this, do you
get a kick out of adding number to
> very ordinary libraries. My intension was to compile LyX from source
> with the addition of the needed XForm library. Seems to be a waste of
> time.
	[CHEONG, Shu Yang (Patrick)]    In the seventies, communist groups
were said to become more by internal
> division and continous discussions about pure cause, is this your
> ambition?
> regards
> guran
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