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    Default Layered Update 07.03.2008.12:00 Faults

    Dear Developers,

    There is a problem with the layered update of SUSE 11.0 in ('emulated|'sandbox') obfuscation space (a specific mode of the commercial system), thus not the real environment but the emulated unidentified obfuscation space. The faults appear minor, one or two library dependencies, but cause system damage on a higher [user|application] level. The following applications fail to work properly.

    * totem music player
    * time indication applet
    * compact disk player
    * automatic login system
    * wireless connectivity
    * desktop acceleration
    * fingerprint interface
    * automatic update system
    * visual paradigm modeler
    * commercial licences


    The financial ['emulated|sandbox'] damage to this system is now in the following range.


    $5000-$15000 (paid for licenses)

    The price to fix the current ['emulated|sandbox'] system is now in the following range.

    $2940-$8400 (support included)

    The update method for this system is the following. It's all done with the eyes, and the system is sometimes running realtime; but now it's fast asleep and not really running.

    1) core system library update [reboot]
    2) extensions and brand update [noreboot]
    3) generic user desktop update [reboot]


    [core+kernel]<system
    |
    [boot+brand]<brand
    |
    [desktop+user]<state


    The system running the update is the following.

    HP NX6325 laptop [machine]
    +abstract emulation [encapsulated]


    I was wondering whether there are any more beta testers who are also calculating through emulated installations on laptop systems and average costs. I just calculate it for my potential environment, per consultant costs, but you can also calculate it in a company wide environment. You can calculate more precisely with ODE (Ordinary Differential Equation) simulation toolkits like Madonna or statistical tools on Linux. With those tools you can estimate the general damage done to a system in obfuscation space.

    Note that per emulated consultant the estimated damage would now be:

    +/- 25000

    The cause of installation faults is unknown. Scully ... Mulder? Support? Anyone?

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    Dear Herbie,

    I have no idea what you're trying to say and let's face it, I don't think you do either.

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    Default Re: Layered Update 07.03.2008.12:00 Faults

    Herbie,

    wat zijt ge aan het smoren? En in welke dimensie leef je? Zijt ge op champies of zo? Mag ik ook een beetje hebben? Te veel gesmoord misschien?

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    Question Re: Layered Update 07.03.2008.12:00 Faults

    Dear weirdo,

    And how much was wasted by the time it took you to write (research?) this gibberish? Please don't tell me you are getting paid for this too.

    And this people is the cost of hiring random consultant with audio development background and let them act like some sort of Linux specialist.

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    Dear Developers,

    What I a referring to is a financial processing relationship attached to an operating system state, in this case Linux and available hardware. The relationship penetrates Linux on a higher abstraction level, meaning, that it penetrates Suse, Redhat, Ubuntu and other distributions. The relationship is also closely attached to input- and output groups that handle security and operating system management. These groups are less intelligent than the implementing entities of the processing relationship. The financial processing relationship creates virtual- and real costs for any vendor working with Linux on immediately available commercial off the shelf hardware.

    These costs are virtualised and reparation costs are emulated because otherwise I would have to pay even more money to run Linux, so in other words, I am investing money to analyse where the financial processors are on an ordinary differential calculation level and relate these processors to an operating system. When you know something about non linear mathematics or ordinary differential equation solvers you may be able to very accurately emulate an environment that can trace down the cause of the relationship.

    Just from the top of my head I can guess that the average investment per consultant for an average consultancy company is almost exactly equal to the cost for that consultancy company to keep their systems running without making a profit. You can accurately calculate the input- and output costs related to the operating system and company and deliver an economic model that projects and identifies a real processing environment that damages Linux.

    Don't worry about the dependencies, it's just a scratch.

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    Default Re: Layered Update 07.03.2008.12:00 Faults

    microchip8 wrote:
    > Herbie,
    >
    > wat zijt ge aan het smoren? En in welke dimensie leef je? Zijt ge op
    > champies of zo? Mag ik ook een beetje hebben? Te veel gesmoord
    > misschien?
    >
    >

    Please post in english as this is an english speaking forum.

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    Default Re: Layered Update 07.03.2008.12:00 Faults

    Joe-barriere wrote:
    > Dear weirdo,
    >
    > And how much was wasted by the time it took you to write (research?)
    > this gibberish? Please don't tell me you are getting paid for this
    > too.
    >
    > And this people is the cost of hiring random consultant with audio
    > development background and let them act like some sort of Linux
    > specialist.
    >
    >

    Please do not post personal attacks or name calling, this is not the
    type of community we are looking to create.

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    Default Re: Layered Update 07.03.2008.12:00 Faults

    Dear HerbieVanTetering,

    Don't go down on some bad reactions, believe in yourself. Follow your heart and realize your dreams. And one day, you might solve an ODE or even a non-ordinary DE. GO FOR IT! I hope you will find the answers to all your questions.

    Yours sincerely
    foo-nix

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    Default Re: Layered Update 07.03.2008.12:00 Faults

    Quote Originally Posted by microchip8 View Post
    Herbie,

    wat zijt ge aan het smoren? En in welke dimensie leef je? Zijt ge op champies of zo? Mag ik ook een beetje hebben? Te veel gesmoord misschien?
    Smoren? the man's Dutch, not Flemish

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    Default Re: Layered Update 07.03.2008.12:00 Faults

    Quote Originally Posted by Caracalla View Post
    Smoren? the man's Dutch, not Flemish
    wow, thanks for telling me that. I didn't know... oh wow, what a wonder

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