Unsubscribe (Why don't you fool?)
harrycg at earthlink.net
Fri Jun 28 00:48:42 BST 2002
After running my own network for 9 years using everything from DOS to Windows
NT, I learned something.
1. You have to be ready to reinstall Windows twice a year on all the
computers, including the servers, because of a small dll problem.
2. You can catch virus' like a new kid in day care, leading to #1 above.
3. I personally know several people financially destroyed due to M$ stealling
their code, making a few changes, and releasing new software under the M$
name AFTER they made many visits to the company under the pretense of
"wanting to do something big together".
4. I happen to like to know how things work, unlike many people who are too
lazy do as such. (Not to mention, many times they are too stupid.
Why the _uck don't you just go and send Gates a nice card for all the good he
has done, and leave the adults do their thing? (I don't believe it is polite
to wear on lists, or for that matter, at all, unlike you do junior.
You have no business being on this list, jerk.
On Thu June 27 2002 8:35 pm, Doug wrote:
> Ackley,IA USA
> H/P Pavilion 3266-233Mhz-96M ram-8gig HD
> LINUX-Where you spend hours trying
> to get it to work as good as windows
> and then it may fall short.
> My feeling is why not just use
> It Works Good! And you don't have
> to do allot of Fucking with it to
> get it to work good.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Harry G <harrycg at earthlink.net>
> To: KDE Users List <kde at mail.kde.org>
> Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 2:15 PM
> Subject: [kde] Need help with setting file type properties of desktop icons
> (newbie like)
> > For my CD icons (I have 2 CD-R's), in the Edit File Type window, I have:
> > Under the General Tab:
> > in the Filename Patterns box *.desktop and *.kdelink
> > In the Application Preference Order box, I have, in order, KsCD and
> > Under the Embeddign Tab:
> > Left Click Action is set for Use settings for 'application' group.
> > In the Services Preferences Order box, I have Detailed List View
> > Data CD's open fine. Music CD's give me an error:
> > Could not mount device
> > The error was: /dev/cdrecorder1: input/output error.
> > mount: I coudl not determine the filesystem type, and none was specified.
> > How do I set it up to launch KsCD for music CD's?
> > By the way, for some reason, I have an icon labeled CD-Rom, with the same
> > properties. (Remember I have 2 CD-R's, which are on the desktop as CD-R
> > CD-R2). Is this for music CD's or something? (Suse put it there, not
> > TIA
> > Harry G
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