Re: known bug in sun's ensemble installer - GEOS

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  1. Re: known bug in sun's ensemble installer


    hyubso wrote:
    > without me ot fix his pc my friend would not be using his computer, or
    > would go broke paying somone else to keep it running..
    >
    >
    > free peeer support has been leveraged my microsoft to hlep maintain its
    > monoply.. very smart on MSFT's part.. works as long as there are folks
    > like me who do htis work on the cheap for friends..
    >
    >
    > finally, i have encountered many peopole who STOPPED USING THEiR PCS..
    > TOTALLY,... BECASUE OF PROBLEMS DUE TO WINDOWS.. , IN ADDITON tO
    > VIRUSES, CORRUPT DRIVERS, BROKEN WINDWOS DUE TO BAD UNINSTALLS.. ETC
    > ETC ETC.. SO THERE ARE PLENTY OF THOSE SITUATIONS IN HOUSES ALL OVER
    > AMERICA..
    >
    >
    > MAYBE this is why people buy new pcs adn throw their 2 year old pcs
    > away.. why bother fixing it when it will cost so much to bring in a tech?


    Reminds me of a female friend of mine that went to service her Compaq PIII,
    that was behaving quite odd. It had serviced her well before it broke down,
    the computer was more than sufficient for her, but the serviceman suggested
    her to buy a new computer. But she had a very strong point, the three year
    warranty!

    > wuindows makes pcs disposable like paper paltes, plasitc soda bottle..
    > use once adn thorw away, and worry about the overflowing landfills
    > later.. or ship the junk to china.


    Yeah, so that the chinese could desolder the components and make new fresh
    computers to sell to you and make even more money. It's called recycling.
    Both of components and money. Wipe it off, and sell it as new....... ;-)
    ...........just kidding......

    BR,
    Hans

  2. Re: known bug in sun's ensemble installer

    There are some reasons to upgrade where it makes sense to do so. I am using
    such a system. Sometimes you have to give up that security blanket and stop
    sucking your thumb.


    "Hans Lindgren" wrote in message
    news:NewsReader.1.0.200381666175622976@news1.telia .com...
    >
    > hyubso wrote:
    > > without me ot fix his pc my friend would not be using his computer, or
    > > would go broke paying somone else to keep it running..
    > >
    > >
    > > free peeer support has been leveraged my microsoft to hlep maintain its
    > > monoply.. very smart on MSFT's part.. works as long as there are folks
    > > like me who do htis work on the cheap for friends..
    > >
    > >
    > > finally, i have encountered many peopole who STOPPED USING THEiR PCS..
    > > TOTALLY,... BECASUE OF PROBLEMS DUE TO WINDOWS.. , IN ADDITON tO
    > > VIRUSES, CORRUPT DRIVERS, BROKEN WINDWOS DUE TO BAD UNINSTALLS.. ETC
    > > ETC ETC.. SO THERE ARE PLENTY OF THOSE SITUATIONS IN HOUSES ALL OVER
    > > AMERICA..
    > >
    > >
    > > MAYBE this is why people buy new pcs adn throw their 2 year old pcs
    > > away.. why bother fixing it when it will cost so much to bring in a

    tech?
    >
    > Reminds me of a female friend of mine that went to service her Compaq

    PIII,
    > that was behaving quite odd. It had serviced her well before it broke

    down,
    > the computer was more than sufficient for her, but the serviceman

    suggested
    > her to buy a new computer. But she had a very strong point, the three year
    > warranty!
    >
    > > wuindows makes pcs disposable like paper paltes, plasitc soda bottle..
    > > use once adn thorw away, and worry about the overflowing landfills
    > > later.. or ship the junk to china.

    >
    > Yeah, so that the chinese could desolder the components and make new fresh
    > computers to sell to you and make even more money. It's called recycling.
    > Both of components and money. Wipe it off, and sell it as new....... ;-)
    > ..........just kidding......
    >
    > BR,
    > Hans




  3. Re: known bug in sun's ensemble installer

    Are you aware of what you are saying?

    BR,
    Hans

    Pat wrote:
    > There are some reasons to upgrade where it makes sense to do so. I am

    using
    > such a system. Sometimes you have to give up that security blanket and

    stop
    > sucking your thumb.
    >
    >
    > "Hans Lindgren" wrote in message
    > news:NewsReader.1.0.200381666175622976@news1.telia .com...
    > >
    > > hyubso wrote:
    > > > without me ot fix his pc my friend would not be using his computer,

    or
    > > > would go broke paying somone else to keep it running..
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > free peeer support has been leveraged my microsoft to hlep maintain

    its
    > > > monoply.. very smart on MSFT's part.. works as long as there are

    folks
    > > > like me who do htis work on the cheap for friends..
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > finally, i have encountered many peopole who STOPPED USING THEiR PCS..
    > > > TOTALLY,... BECASUE OF PROBLEMS DUE TO WINDOWS.. , IN ADDITON

    tO
    > > > VIRUSES, CORRUPT DRIVERS, BROKEN WINDWOS DUE TO BAD UNINSTALLS..

    ETC
    > > > ETC ETC.. SO THERE ARE PLENTY OF THOSE SITUATIONS IN HOUSES ALL OVER
    > > > AMERICA..
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > MAYBE this is why people buy new pcs adn throw their 2 year old pcs
    > > > away.. why bother fixing it when it will cost so much to bring in

    a
    > tech?
    > >
    > > Reminds me of a female friend of mine that went to service her Compaq

    > PIII,
    > > that was behaving quite odd. It had serviced her well before it broke

    > down,
    > > the computer was more than sufficient for her, but the serviceman

    > suggested
    > > her to buy a new computer. But she had a very strong point, the three

    year
    > > warranty!
    > >
    > > > wuindows makes pcs disposable like paper paltes, plasitc soda bottle..
    > > > use once adn thorw away, and worry about the overflowing landfills
    > > > later.. or ship the junk to china.

    > >
    > > Yeah, so that the chinese could desolder the components and make new

    fresh
    > > computers to sell to you and make even more money. It's called recycling.
    > > Both of components and money. Wipe it off, and sell it as new.......

    ;-)
    > > ..........just kidding......
    > >
    > > BR,
    > > Hans

    >
    >
    >


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