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Re: I've had enough


It has been a long standing argument: reply on top versus bottom. I prefer top because most folks do not include all of the original message. Also, I don't want to scroll down page after page to get to a one line reply like "I ageee" or "I have the same problem". Some folks actually add their comments in with the original poster's comments.
And NO I'm not going to change.

James McKenzie

Barry Yu wrote:

James McKenzie wrote:


There is nothing on the Fedora Site that I could find that related to the problem I'm experiencing. I will use another suggestion that was posted today to try and find a solution to the problem. And I'm not blaming anyone on the list for the problem with gnome-session, I'm blaming the person who compiled it with a static link to a particular location which apparently cannot be overridden (or maybe I'm just trying to hard to 'fix' the problem and am overlooking the simple solution?)
In any case, I've spent way too much time trying to fix it and I hope that it is fixed in FC3.

James McKenzie

Yang Xiao wrote:

On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 17:26:01 -0500, Jeff Vian <jvian10 charter net> wrote:

On Wed, 2004-10-20 at 10:55, James Mckenzie wrote:

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)

This has been mentioned many times.

Go to the site in the sig below (on every message in this list) and
choose the first link on that page.

I think a lot of people would agree, we have ahd enough too.
You asked a question, a lot of people tried to help, you can't get it
to work still then blame the people who tried to help, what is wrong
with you?

Please be adviced : Don't top post, put your mail content at bottome of the mail, this is the way this list to keep track of history of a specific topic , anyone failing to do so will definitely miss a lot of useful replay from good hands (I am not) who are monitoring the list 24 hours.

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