Luigi <darkravenanihilator@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> I've been using Linux for almost three months, and i absolutely
> love it.
> I work in a PC hotline company, where I help clueless lusers with
> their Microsoft problems, which isn't few, sigh...
> Sometimes they just get on my nerves with their technical
> inability. F.e. last month a guy I talked to didn't know the
LOL. You're in the wrong job. Maybe you could get a job with ATI
fielding the questions from irate Llinux users who cant get openGL
working? Oh sorry, ATI closed down their Linux support and palmed it off
onto the Linux forums.
> difference between the screen and the computer. He asked, if it
> was the box or the screen that contained the RAM...
Sure. LOL. Hilarious.
> I've tried to convince my grandma to use Linux. She only use
Mine can install it ....
> computer to write letters and the print only to send with
> snail-mail. But she just say, that I don't have to bother.
> Though, I made her a little worried by telling her about
> spy-ware. No she actually belive, that hackers can connect to her
> computer which is OFF the internet, HAHA.
They can. If its windows. Ask Roy.
<Overfiend> "Oxford University has joined with IBM and the UK
Government to build a sophisticated computing Grid based
on the open standards of Linux that will enable early
screening and diagnosis of breast cancer...." Press
<Overfiend> In gratitude, the women of the world should all let Linux
developers fondle their breasts, and the lactating ones
should permit developers to drink.