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Typical Linux Craps
#11
Quote:"How I failed to install and run Linux".

Oh i almost forget you ... Big Grin

failed ... Rolleyes  why ...i installed it .
sorry is not my fault if BunsenLab have a bug in installer
it is typical old style debian and nothing is wrong with that
because Q4OS debian insteller version work properly
- so what you can say about that expert?

By the way Tomek you are naive if you think that people will use
something like that especially new in linux or who tried first time to install linux.
heh ..dude most of them will gave up very quickly, i can bet in that.

Also MiyoLinux is really barebone when you install it you have almost nothing
BUT we have synaptic so installing stuff be not too problematic.
I install linux this time because i need something to run one electronic simulator .
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#12
You installed it, but (again) you will fail to make it run succesfully.  Wink

Aurel being Thoma Edison of IT world? Johno, you made my day!  Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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#13
In refernece to failing to install and run Linux, in the final post on his blog Aurel will write "I've failed. I have found 1000 distros that won't work". Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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#14
Quote:You installed it, but (again) you will fail to make it run succesfully.


Ha ha ha
Are you really that stupid or you are complete jerk?
maybe or probably both Big Grin 

I repeat..
I installed MiyoLinux without problem.
I download and install Firefox without problem.
I download and install Oregano circuit simulator without problem.(realy nice program)

Would you like to know more ?
Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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#15
(09-05-2019, 07:15 PM)Aurel Wrote: Would you like to know more ?

Yes!
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#16
Ok

Tomek please
I would like to know which Image Viewer is best for linux
and i found that XnViewMP should be good as FastStone on Windows.
so is it good?
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#17
Oh dear. There is some mis-communication. The "Edison" comment was intended to let Tomaaz know that, even when Edison failed, he didn't give up. Aurel. It was not my intent to imply that "you" are a failure. If that is how you read it then I apologise. No offence was intended.

I need more coffee (not tea this time - something stronger... lol)
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#18
(09-05-2019, 07:49 PM)Aurel Wrote: I would like to know which Image Viewer is best for linux

https://itsfoss.com/image-viewers-linux/
https://fedoramagazine.org/17-alternativ...on-fedora/

For me it's GPicView, but I'm a minimalist. It hasn't been updated for 9 years, but I don't care.

(09-05-2019, 08:20 PM)johnno56 Wrote: Oh dear. There is some mis-communication.

Well, there is, but not where you think it is.  Smile I know what you wanted to say - I'm not that stupid. But for me, that was also an oportunity to have some fun.  Smile
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#19
Quote:I'm not that stupid


Big Grin bravo tomek ...bravo !!!

Johnno ...no no nothing with you
tomaaz like to trash

ok Gpicview , it is not problem if is old
if have good screen capture capability like FastStone then is good .
look ..i never liked very much xnView on windows even is really good pic viewer
but somehow i don't like it
i liked GwenView on wifiSlax but is only for KDE ..i think
in MiyoLinux i have openBox wm ..so probably not work ...
ok i wil see..
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#20
Hmm
there is no pack for xnVewmp for Debian ?
i must looking for something else with good screen/area capture
Big Grin

oups i found it on xnvew page
and voila it work ...
now i must see how work screen/area capture

As for bugs in installers ..
is not only in Bunsen then also
3 other Devuan derivatives
have that stupid
couldn't mount CD ROM'
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