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Re: I've had enough



Walter and others:

When you 'suggest' read the archives, where are they?  I'm looking for help on how to move the 'dynamic' library files in FC2 to another directory other than /usr/lib.  I really don't like Gnome/Bluecurve locking up on me and rhbg (the 'nice' graphic bootup screen) failing because I moved them.  When I did this in RH9, all I did was change the LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable, and I was set.  I've done several other things, but they all seem to fail.  Maybe perusing the archives would reduce my traffic and help me a great deal.

James McKenzie
Looking forward to the release of FC3....(and my 45th)

-----Original Message-----
From: Walter Francis <khaytsus gmail com>
Sent: Oct 20, 2004 6:11 AM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list redhat com>
Subject: Re: I've had enough

As someone has mentioned, you posted two messages, got useful help, as
far as I can see there's only one minor 'flame' and some "read the
archives" messages, but mostly specific help.  Read the archives isn't
a flame, it's nettiquette which you should well understand being in
IT.

With this sort of whiny bitching, this list doesn't want you.  You
want paid professional support, pay for it.  Fedora is a community
supported project, thus its support is by the community, which gets
tired of answering the same questions all the time.

-- 
Walter Francis
http://khayts.us
http://theblackmoor.net
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