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Re: Why is troubleshooting Linux so hard?

On Sun, Aug 15, 2010 at 02:00:52AM -0400, Borden Rhodes wrote:
> Good morning,
> I'm going to list some of the frustrations I've been having with 
> troubleshooting Linux's quirks, crashes and problems in hopes that someone may 
> be able to help me (and the community) become better bug reporters and 
> troubleshooters.  I'll make comparisons to Windows only because I am used to 
> fixing the same problems in Windows a certain way - maybe there are analogies 
> in Linux or maybe I'm approaching these problems the wrong way.  I'm not 
> trying to troll or flame-bait.  I'm using Debian Squeeze, by the way.


That's been my main complaint about Linux ever since I started using it
10 year or more ago (Redhat 6.0). 

Bob Holtzman
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"If you think you're getting free lunch,
 check the price of the beer"

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