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Re: Create backup of system-connections on a USB stick

On 6/1/2014 8:13 PM, Horatio Leragon wrote:
*From:* Andrew McGlashan <andrew.mcglashan@affinityvision.com.au>
*To:* Horatio Leragon <hleragon@yahoo.com>
*Sent:* Sunday, June 1, 2014 8:08 PM
*Subject:* Re: Create backup of system-connections on a USB stick

 > Fuck off idiot, you can lead a horse to water.... stop calling me a

You are not just a simple troll. You are a vulgar one at that...capable
of hurling expletives.

I have never asked for you by name to answer my question.

Instead of answering it directly, you led me on a roundabout by telling
me about Tails and such.

You have wasted my time and that's what trolls do.

The only one who has wasted his time is Andrew. Maybe you didn't like his answer - but your question was not at all clear.

It is obvious you have no experience with Linux and expect the people on this list to help you with every little nuance for free.

Let me clue you - the people on this list are volunteers, and do what they do out of the goodness of their heart.

They are NOT here to provide you with basic training on Linux (or any other OS or products, for that matter).

You need to do something which I think is completely foreign to you - take responsibility for your lack of knowledge. Get a good book on Linux and learn the basics. Or, better yet, take a course on basic Linux. In the U.S., you can find such courses at local community colleges at fairly reasonable prices. I don't know what they have available in Australia. You might also find decent tutorials on the internet. Books are also a good resource.

But if you expect this list to provide you with all the basics of using Linux, you are looking in the wrong place.

So take some personal responsibility for a change.


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