2008/9/25 Roberto Chacon <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
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from: "s u p e r n a u t" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Subject: Re: Re: wrong command
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It's no secret that*we all agree that no-one who voluntarily takes part in
this list has much motivation to help a slacker.
*However, let's step back to the car crash scene:
*Soulless Asshole #1:* "That guy should have learned within the first
three months of driving that you should always wear a seatbelt."
*Soulless Asshole #2:* "True, and he's not even trying to drag his
mangled corpse from the wreck..!"
*Soulless Asshole #1:* "Muhaha - funny!"
*Soulless Asshole #2: "This is making my day!"
*Soulless Asshole #3: "I sure hope he never has to drive me anywhere -
*WTF is wrong with you people?
*And that's all I'll say about this.* Apologies to everyone else but this
is just plain*unacceptable.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: mark
> Sent: 26/09/08 07:37 pm
> To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
> Subject: Re: wrong command
> super naut wrote:
> > You sorry lot making snide remarks like these remind me of those
> > assholes who always gather around crash scenes and snigger because
> > funny 'cause it happended to someone else...".
> > WTF are you doing on this here list if that's your attitude??
> Consider this: most of us here have some, or a lot, of systems
> experience. Things like this are something that someone should have
> learned in
> the first term or first three months of playing with *Nix. When I've
> here, it's after I've spent hours or days googling for answers. For
> someone who
> has, in his .sig, that he's RHCE to ask this kind of thing tells me a)
> somehow passed the test without knowing what the answers meant, and b)
> they haven't even *tried* searching for the answer, or even spending a
> minutes thinking through the problem, or maybe even asking co-workers.
> So if some of us get snippy with this kind of thing, deal with it - we
> feel as
> though they've done *zero* homework.
> Then there's folks here who come in and say "I know this, but don't know
> (and even "I'm not a professional") and I've tried this, and it didn't
> does anyone have any answers. Folks like that get answer, and all the
> help we
> can give them.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: email@example.com
> > [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Eric Maquiling
> > Sent: 26 September 2008 17:28
> > To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
> > Subject: Re: wrong command
> > On Fri, Sep 26, 2008 at 06:50:00PM +0530, Vivek Mangal wrote:
> > It changed the ownership of all directories with their respective files
> > then how i can recover my system from this problem ?
> > [snip]
> > Vivek Mangal
> > System Administrator
> > Red Hat Certified Engineer
> > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> > Wow! I hope you don't have to work for me.
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