Updates - evolution issue with your David's messages
dgboles at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 08:49:21 UTC 2007
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> On Fri, 2007-06-15 at 01:13 -0700, David Boles wrote:
>> Hmm.. That's odd. I always leave two blank lines both before and
>> after for an 'inline message reply' and two lines after and
>> 'end of post' reply. I have been scolded for doing that (it
>> should only be one line according to some) but never for what
>> you describe.
> Can you have a look at your raw message source, this is what I saw
> in your previous one (minus all the headers for where the mail went
> through). I see no gap between quote and reply, and a - --
> signature separator.
> I know Thunderbird is fond of not posting things as you typed them,
> nor showing things exactly as they are received. They're just two
> reasons why I won't use it.
Okay. This is an 'in message' reply. There are two blank lines above
and there will be two blank lines below. Tell me what you see please.
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> Tim wrote:
>> On Thu, 2007-06-14 at 12:22 -0600, Karl Larsen wrote:
>>> I had to load a new FC6 on my laptop and when I brought it up
>>> the Package Updater told me there was 277 Updates! I see they
>>> are many of them just replacement RPM's of the whole thing. I
>>> used to hate
>>> for all their update packages :-)
>> At least with Linux, the updates replace the broken stuff on your
>> machine, and you don't need to hang onto to the update packages.
>> I've watched Windows fill up the drive with downloaded patches
> that you
>> must keep on the drive, and it applies some patches on top of
>> doing each run-time (booting gets slower and slower).
> I have watched, and I admit that I have actually replied, to this
> poster in the beginning. I have yet to see him acknowledge or reply
> to anything. Everything is a 'big deal' or a disaster or something.
> Nothing works well or is as it should be with Fedora Core 6 or
> Fedora 7.
> Sniff... Sniff... I think that I smell a troll....
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