Re: wine issues
From: Paul Lutus (nospam_at_nosite.zzz)
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2003 15:11:06 -0700
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>>>>> `find / -name wine`
>>>> Please! That is the very slowest way to find something on a Linux
>>> On *ALL* Linux systems, hmmmmmmmmm?
>> Your words, not mine. Read the first post. "Mandrake Linux 9.1".
> Yes, Although the poster uses Redhat, the reader of a post to alt.linux
Welcome to Usenet 101: Replies address the concerns primarily of the
original posters, and secondarily of the readers, who must ask themselves
if the post applies to their system. Readers use Google to sort out which
of the many, many Usenet posts apply to their concerns. Learn this now, or
learn it later, but you WILL learn it.
> You have a problem with that? TO BAD.
Forgot to learn how spell? Well, "TO BAD".
>> all recent Linux releases have both "whereis" and "locate." AFAIK all
>> recent releases have "whereis."
> Virtually but not ALL!!!
I didn't reply to "all". I replied to the OP. Learn how Usenet works, just
after you learn how to spell.
The main problem with your post was that it was completely and totally
brainless. It represents the worst way to locate something. All the
assumptions were yours, and they were contradicted by the information the
OP kindly provided.
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