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    Default Linux does not work

    Well? It doesn't, Yesterday it worked, today it does not.


    I don't mind some "play"
    but this is STUPID
    LINUX is, as my avatar shows, made by hippies, in sheds. For hippies, in other sheds, for other hippies in other sheds. It does not actually work.


    It is a pointless excercise

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    Default Re: Linux does not work

    wakou wrote:

    > Well? It doesn't, Yesterday it worked, today it does not.

    what you mean under the term today it does not? your PC(hope) is not start?
    did you plug power cord in some funny hole in the wall?
    > I don't mind some "play"
    > but this is STUPID

    maybe
    > LINUX is, as my avatar shows, made by hippies, in sheds. For hippies,
    > in other sheds, for other hippies in other sheds.

    I am not a hippy, maybe punk
    > It does not actually work.

    oOps you said it worked yersterday, I have it worked till some years for
    now. what I am doing wrong?
    > It is a pointless excercise

    it good for your mind
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    Default Re: Linux does not work

    Sorry you have issues with your install. However, could it be the fault of what you are doing versus Linux being designed by a bunch of "hippies"? I have used it for years and not have many issues and I am not a "Hippie". Perhaps a un-educated, mis-breed from the South lacking refinement or overall couth, but not a "Hippie".

    I would take a chill pill dude and figure out where you screwed up, perhaps ask kindly and someone might provide assistance. Linux is as tough as you make it. Hey if it can work for me, anyone with more than a modicum of intelligence should have no sweat with it.

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    Default Re: Linux does not work

    Quote Originally Posted by wakou View Post
    Well? It doesn't, Yesterday it worked, today it does not.
    It's a somewhat deep bore hole used to bring water from below ground level to the surface. We don't do wells here or wishing, but if you have a reasonably polite question about openSUSE, someone will try to help.

    If you want to rant, you are in the wrong part of the forum, so take it to Soapbox.

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    Default Re: Linux does not work

    what you mean under the term today it does not? your PC(hope) is not start?
    did you plug power cord in some funny hole in the wall?
    Any sense here at all?

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    wakou wrote:

    > Any sense here at all?

    maybe no
    i mean this


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    Default Re: Linux does not work

    Look: FFS. I TRY............ I TRY.
    But Linux is hopeless: If I cannot play my music.....I do not enjoy: Why would I bother? WHY WOULD I BOTHER?

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    But Linux is hopeless: If I cannot play my music.....I do not enjoy: Why would I bother? WHY WOULD I BOTHER?
    Thats for you to answer or decide. However, I would try the approach suggested by MattB:

    I would take a chill pill dude and figure out where you screwed up, perhaps ask kindly and someone might provide assistance. Linux is as tough as you make it. Hey if it can work for me, anyone with more than a modicum of intelligence should have no sweat with it.
    Now, have a good read of this openSUSE guide. It covers setting up multimedia in section 5. Stick with it, solving one problem at a time. If you need more help, start a new thread with descriptive title to catch the attention of someone who can help. Members tend not to like rants (thats what the Soapbox section is for itf you must), but they do like to help those asking for help in a reasonable manner. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakou View Post
    Look: FFS. I TRY............ I TRY.
    But Linux is hopeless: If I cannot play my music.....I do not enjoy: Why would I bother? WHY WOULD I BOTHER?
    Did your music play ok, yesterday?

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    IT DOES NOT WORK
    It might work for you, but it does not WORK!
    When I want to listen to something, in windows, I click and " hey " I get the noise I wanted to hear.
    In Linux I have to spend an entire day learning how the sound was made, whether I want to apply a --h or a --mrs-+3 just to get the fecker even to make a noise.
    Sometimes, I would just like to listen to music.

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