First time I ran across this approach...
Be advised that this is a blatant attempt to get an advertising link
for a very dubious service (phony diplomas) into the Fedora Project
On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 6:00 PM, <aurora(a)ahazelton.com> wrote:
Sorry to bother you, but I noticed that on your page:
you are linking to
...that web page doesn't exists anymore.
This link is indeed returning a 403 error. An authoritative
replacement link should be found.
I've been using this page on Gpart...it's a good replacement
if you wanted to change
the link...or just add it as an additional resource:
...it has tons of resources on what Gpart is, and how it can help find missing
partitions. There's also tons of links to LINUX help guides and information on disk
partitioning. I found it pretty helpful; you and your visitors might like it too. Let me
know what you think :)
I found the tone of this email and the suggested link address highly
suspicious. The suggested replacement link is a very obvious attempt
to get people to see the ads for phony diplomas.
Be advised...not to insult anyone's intelligence, but just to save
people some valuable research time.
Volunteer, Fedora Project