"Ivan", thou flap-mouthed hodgepudding. Dishonest varlet, we cannot misuse thee enough. Ye apple-polished: > "thanatoid" <email@example.com> wrote in message > news:Xns9D019EB6AED0thanexit@22.214.171.124... >> Aardvark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in >> news:email@example.com: >> >>> On Fri, 15 Jan 2010 19:22:52 +0800, Ivan wrote: >> >> <SNIP> >> >>>> Now, at this moment I was trying to install Ubuntu on my laptop, but, >>>> after many attempts, again the time spent in wain. >>> >>> Shouldn't take more than an hour from start to finish. Less in many >>> cases. >> >> My only Linux experience so far is running Damn Small Linux (which came >> on the TinyXP 0.9 CD) from RAM - it booted in about 5 minutes, and >> everything worked right off the bat - I just had to make a one-click >> change in network settings to get on the net. I DID have minor problems >> trying to do some stuff, but I think they were largely caused by the >> fact that since I was totally in RAM, my HD "did not exist" for >> DamnSmall. As I said, for NEVER having used an OS before, to have it up >> and running from RAM after clicking ONE setup button AND being able to >> get on the net within ten minutes is pretty impressive - for the >> **OS**, not me as the user. >> >> I know Ubuntu is not DamnSmall, BTW... Still... >> >> >> -- >> There are only two classifications of disk drives: Broken drives and >> those that will break later. >> - Chuck Armstrong (This one I think, http://www.cleanreg.com/, not the >> ball player. But who knows. I can't remember where I got the quote. But >> it's true.) > > > I have Ubuntu already installed on two of my desktop HDD and one of the > laptops, but would like to have it on all of my computers. Ubuntu > installation was a major issue on ALL occasions, due to internet > (dropping down to under a 1 kilobeeps/sec, which is 30 times lower that > the dial-up would give). You whiny little fuckbot. Run Ubuntu from the CD, start Software Sources and select a faster mirror, for fuck snakes. > Since my partner's computer runs from the same > router, and works normally, I suspect that there is some Trojan in one > of Microsoft's software (or their affiliates, of which I was BUYING > massively, not pirating), "or their affiliates"? You fucking waffling idiot. > which works in some of my computers now. This > happens usually when one tests the software and refuses to buy, What? > but > rather uninstalls their software; usually it is very complicated > process. What a load of fucking old cobblers. > I suspect that it would be everything OK if I buy that > particular license, but I just do not want it. I suspect you're a fucking idiot. Your original post: I was wrong. You're not an idiot. You're a fucking nutjob.