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Paul W. Frields
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Thu Mar 28 18:20:35 UTC 2013
On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 06:21:09PM +0100, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 28.03.2013 16:56, schrieb Bill Oliver:
> > Sometimes its good to try to be helpful even if the person can't take advantage of the kneejerk obvious response.
> > There can be lots of reasons that a person can't upgrade an OS.
> > For instance, I am closely affiliated with a very large multi-hospital group that is still running Windows XP.
> > Why? The reason is that the healthcare software (case management, automated medical records, etc.) has to be
> > approved by the Food and Drug Administration before it can be substantially changed
> and what has this do with Fedora?
Bill is trying to explain why the OP might not be in a position to
simply reinstall or upgrade.
> if you install fedora the life-cycle is known
It may not have been at the time the person installed. Assume good
intentions, please. If you are not willing to help further, it's OK
to simply move on to another thread. :-)
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