On Tuesday 20 July 2004 22:32, Chris wrote: > Why are you using CURRENT? Don't you know that you can expect things to > break, not work, and overall see the end of the world as you know it? > > Well - maybe not the latter. Perhaps you might be better served running > a STABLE branch instead of an Alpha?
Oh, I know things will break, all right! They break, and then I try to fix them, and so on... then eventually, if I can't sort it out on my own or find the answer with google, I ask for help, and if I'm lucky I get it! > Things might work, and work better. That would spoil the fun, surely :) > Now, > <Sarcasm> > This post of yours ought to go to the CURRENT list. > </Sarcasm> Do you think so? I thought about it, and felt, on balance, that it belonged in questions@ - but since you suggest it I'll certainly try them. I can scarcely get less help than I've had so far :( Oh well, I'll just have to keep rebooting into Windows... Thanks anyway, Ben _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"