On Sun, Dec 11, 2005 at 03:54:33PM -0500, BandiPat wrote:
> On Sunday 11 December 2005 15:13, Manish Singh wrote:
> [...]
> > When distro people screw up and the support issues land here, I feel
> > justified to express my displeasure of having to clean up their
> > messes, especially since they actually charge money and have a
> > support and QA staff who have a job to do.
> >
> > You're the one who is dragging this on, and being insulting and not
> > actually having any content in your attempt at rebuttals, so your
> > tone is far far worse than mine.
> >
> > So yes, let's end this, and next time, stick to facts instead of your
> > emotional attachment to your distro.
> >
> > -Yosh
> > _______________________________________________
> Well, again, I find fault with your research Yosh.  SuSE as Debian, or 
> any distro with resemblance/link to Debian, does have a freely 
> downloadable and open sibling.  Being stuck in the cave you live in for 
> so long, word might not have gotten to you yet.  Check it out, 
> OpenSuSE!  That, like any distro your mind tells you is "free", is 
> built with public input and participation.  You can even take it and 
> make your own, if you desire, just leave the names SuSE & Novell out of 
> your build.

The original problem was on SuSE 9.2. That said, OpenSuSE still has
missing dependencies on the gimp-devel package.

> You seem to want lay blame on the distro, when it could be something 
> else or the combination of other things.  Again, your research fails 
> you, yet you continue to want to blame and belittle a very good Linux 
> distro.  Has someone appointed you the Linux police while everyone 
> wasn't looking.  You don't need to point out anything to anyone, just 
> help with the problem, not add to it.

It *is* a problem in SuSE 9.2. You didn't do research. You are merely
arguing by assertion. Your mails completely lack technical information.
> I'll also ask you one more time to stop sending out two emails!  I know 
> Mutt can do it, but you seem to be unable too.  Just one email to the 
> list is all that is required.  Think you can get that right?

Fix your settings on your end. I told you how privately.

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