After takin' a swig o' grog, wjp belched out this bit o' wisdom:
> Two factors that hinder any distribution of Linux from being totally
> accepted and spread to others is its lack of consistancy and simplicity.
> For instance: If I unRAR a file in Windows, I know where the files will
> be placed, because it asks me where I want to put them. There is no
> such choice in Debian. And, why, on an inital install, must I search
> out and install various plug-ins just to watch a You-tube movie?
> I will keep pressing on towards mastering Linux, however, in order to
> preclude frustration at not being able to accomplish simple tasks - on
> the spot, I must keep Microsoft Windows available.
> And keep up the good work, Roy!
> Bill Powell
> Systems Managemnt Analyst
> MSgt USAF, Ret (1979)
> GS-12 - USA, Ret (1996)
Nice troll. You mispelled "Management" in your fake signature,
though. Plus, your story makes it difficult to believe you are a
"Systems Management Analyst".