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Old 04-12-2016, 02:15 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by zhjim View Post
You did not even care for the question but did rush in and said "Hey there is a sign that says ubuntu, so why you talking about kernel numbers". You could have just stayed out of it. And now we are sitting here arguing about stuff thats not even worth doing this. You also put your tail between your leg by editing your post and make me look like a dumb ass. You see if you make a mistake and walk into the wrong street, you apoligze turn around and don't come back. Like malek did.


The kernel doesn't give a damn about the under|overlying pieces of software. So if somebody clarifies he is using this kernel version, he wants information about this kernel version.
And as I allready said and you ignoring it but only trying to throw more stuff into this allready claddered field: Answer the question first! Then share your thoughts or ask a question yourself. Stop hiding behind ignorance its no bliss. And if you don't have the dignity to be up for a good discussion and at least comment on the things the other persons sais, keeep your mouth shut. You did not had to partipate in this thread.
I have not reason to apologise for anything. The original poster made a strange request which pointed to either ignorance of Linux in general or ignorance of hose to ask a question.
Hopefully the poster dose know what they're doing and you haven't simply told somebody how to remove the guard from their band-saw, as it were.
 
Old 04-13-2016, 02:38 AM   #17
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And again nit picking the things you want. Not going into stuff other people say. I should follow that road too.
 
Old 04-13-2016, 03:01 AM   #18
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All right, boys! You've both said what you want to say; this is now getting unproductive. I come here looking for questions that I might be asking myself, or that I might be able to answer, and not for flame wars. They are just boring and I'm sure I'm not the only person here who thinks so.
 
Old 04-13-2016, 08:29 AM   #19
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And another one filling the thread with dung. Keep em coming. I'll handle them all.

Why not open a new thread if you want to ask a question?
 
  


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