deltor at snafu.de
Fri Jun 28 00:32:29 BST 2002
it seems you're a victim of a virus!
But that doesn't make me wonder when I read the name of your mailer:
"X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.00.2314.1300"
And that virus isn't intelligent enough to send the "unsubscribe" mail to the appropriate address!
But what does one expect from a dumb little bot based on and written for Gates-ware? ;-)
And the rest of that completely wrong "fortune" just tells me that the person who wrote that virus
has never made any experience with M$ products - or is just telling lies.
M$ just combined the worst "features" of all known platforms.
I once had to do some maintenance of such systems (Windoze-9x/XP) for friends, and it still makes me
wonder how can one pay money for that junk?
You should intantaneously get rid of your virus/spy-ware on your HD and install some real OS!
On Fri, 28 Jun 2002, 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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