Can't Load Fedora 15

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Sun Mar 31 23:17:50 UTC 2013

On 03/30/2013 09:07 PM, Richard Vickery wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 30, 2013 at 2:27 AM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at
> <mailto:h.reindl at>> wrote:
>     Am 30.03.2013 04:51, schrieb Richard Vickery:
>     > Those with much more experience in the group and Linux will tell
>     you that this version is no longer supported, and
>     > that  you should download the current one if you need help. It
>     sounds rather cold when they say it, but they've
>     > answered these questions too often, about one a day, and we may
>     be under pressure to put out the next product.
>     you do not need to be snappy
>     * the 6 months release cycle is not new
>     * everybody who installs a OS should have enough brain to consider
>     the life-cycle for his usage
>     so no, ZERO understanding for chosing the wrong distribution and ZERO
>     understanding for try to install a outdated OS on a new computer
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> I'm just offering my understanding of the cycles, Reindl. Perhaps I
> should have prefaced my contribution as such, but that is not grounds
> for calling it ZERO. Calling my contribution ZERO indicates that I
> took a class on understanding the development cycle, in which your
> ZERO would be self-directed, or directed at Red Hat or Fedora, because
> you didn't teach the concepts properly, but there is no such course,
>  so why bash me when I am just here to contribute and learn what I
> can. Did I not start the piece with a suggestive beginning that I may
> be wrong and those like yourself with vastly superior knowledge would
> clear it up?
Hi Richard, you appear to be replying to Reindl, While occasionally
informative he is predisposed to be aggressive in his responses, I find
it easier to filter out his mails and limit my replys to other posters.

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