Message from discussion Linux crapware victim wastes days trying to get a printer to work
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From: Chris Ahlstrom <ad...@cyberbully.com>
Subject: Re: Linux crapware victim wastes days trying to get a printer to work
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2012 15:03:30 -0400
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After swilling some grog, chrisv belched this bit o' wisdom:
> Melzzzzz wrote:
>>I must be lucky since printer and scanner work out of the box on
> No, you're unlucky because you were trolled by some piece of shit who
> thinks it's interesting that one can Google the planet and find people
> having "Linux issues."
> As if one could not do the same and find people with "Windows issues".
Exactly. What a putz!
> "the Ardour dev hypocrite liar claims he writes 'free as in beer'
> software, then forces you to pay for it" - DumFSck, lying
Sometimes we do get taken by surprise. For example, when the Internet came
along, we had it as a fifth or sixth priority.
-- Bill Gates, July, 1998