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Re: firefox-37, where to put

On Friday 03 April 2015 16:01:05 Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Friday 03 April 2015 10:23:58 Brian wrote:
> [...]
> Here we go again...
> > Why bother? The ISO from LinuxCNC installs within 15 minutes and will
> > provide separate / and /home partitions and a swap partition of any
> > chosen size.  That's when done properly, of course. Compare that with
> > the convolutions which are being planned and the time they will
> > occupy.
> If its so darned easy, write us up a tutorial on "how to do it properly",
> text mode so we can print it and follow along to make sure we don't wind
> up in partitioner hell when there is no network access to ask questions,
> where I have been about 10 times while trying to install the hybride.iso
> from that site.  Ditto for my orginial attempts to install wheezy from
> the Debian site before I installed the hybride.iso.  IIRC I made 3 tries
> with it, never did get it past the partitioner with anything more than /
> and swap defined.
> Yeah, thats my gauntlet laying there, pick it up and answer the
> challenge.  Keystroke by keystroke starting with a powerup with the
> install disk in the optical drive.
> Or, go fix the installer, I don't care which, but empty brags like this
> do nothing to alleviate the headache that the broken installer with its
> inability to recognize any partition but / forces on us. I have
> personally tried evey disk partitioner tool we have trying to make a
> disk this POS installer would accept. So we fight with it, 2, 3 hours or
> more, and finally give up and let it use its defaults, getting a / and a
> swap.
> Go ahead Brian, I'll wait right here while you do that.
> Cheers, Gene Heskett
> --
> "There are four boxes to be used in defense of liberty:
>  soap, ballot, jury, and ammo. Please use in that order."
> -Ed Howdershelt (Author)
> Genes Web page <http://geneslinuxbox.net:6309/gene>

The installer IS NOT BROKEN.  And someone did give you step by step 
instructions, which you ignored.  Also ask you for step by step information 
on what you had done so that we could try to help.  Which you ignored.

YOU couldn't use it correctly.  That is for sure.  BUT THE INSTALLER IS NOT 

Anyway, it is soon to be laid to rest.  Perhaps you'll like the Jessie 
installer better.

And  I thought that you said that you worried about your language because of 
the ladies present.  


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