k5di at zianet.com
Fri Jul 20 22:35:22 UTC 2007
Alan M. Evans wrote:
> On Fri, 2007-07-20 at 15:38 -0600, Karl Larsen wrote:
>> I got that with yum install *ntfs-3g* and it DOES make my mount ntfs
>> work for the first time ever. You smart asses assume I am wrong and I am
> No assuming necessary. Your statement is definitely incorrect.
>> Lay off calling me stupid. Look at your self in a mirror :-)
> Is there something in the water there in New Mexico? If you said your
> car didn't run until you installed the passenger-side mirror, we would
> be a bit incredulous as well.
> Try this:
> $ yum list \*ntfs-3g\*
> You will see something like:
> Available Packages
> ntfs-3g.x86_64 2:1.516-1.fc6 extras
> ntfs-3g-devel.x86_64 2:1.516-1.fc6 extras
> Except in your case they will probably say "installed" in the third
> column. People who've been on the list know this because we are aware
> that by standard package naming conventions, if "package" provides a
> capability then "package-devel" provides header files for programmers to
> include that capability in their programs.
> This is really how it works, and it's why we all know you are wrong.
> ntfs-3g-devel does not provide the ability to mount NTFS partitions,
> ntfs-3g does.
> Joining the list and being ignorant is one thing; being ignorant while
> calling everyone else ignorant is another. On second thought, it's sort
> of comical.
> Please: Stop, listen, understand, and then speak. Before understanding,
> We're here to help. Really. But you're making it very hard to do.
Why didn't you send this this morning? When it would have made a real
difference? Now your just proving what I proved myself an hour ago. Not
in just the way you did it either.
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