Re: Classic Gnubie accident
So, happy as I am that you guys found an excuse to chat about your
respective girlfriends here, I think mine would prefer I talked to her
a bit rather than staring at a screen uttering expletives, so I took
the easy route, made another user, transferred the settings and files
over from /home/anthony . Now I can startx and even check my mail!
I'd like to know what exactly happened and perhaps to get my user
(anthony) and my settings back iat some point so, what should the
permissions be for all the settings (invisible) files in my home
directory /anthony/home ? Are they each different?
On 10/31/06, Ron Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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On 10/31/06 08:31, Jochen Schulz wrote:
> Ron Johnson:
>> On 10/31/06 05:08, Jochen Schulz wrote:
>>> Ron Johnson:
>>>> Certainly your GF can be similarly trained.
>>> Well, at least not by me. I still have a hard time teaching her about
>>> the concept of files and folders. :) And what I actually find more
>>> important is that she grasps GUI concepts she will need in her work
>> Get a new GF?
> I don't think that's a good idea. I'd rather have a GF who silently
> tolerates my geek behaviour than a GF who starts flamewars on vi vs.
> emacs and the like.
Those aren't the only two choices. Many non-geeks understand
folders and can use serial terminals.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
Is "common sense" really valid?
For example, it is "common sense" to white-power racists that
whites are superior to blacks, and that those with brown skins
are mud people.
However, that "common sense" is obviously wrong.
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