Alexander.Farber at nokia.com Alexander.Farber at nokia.com
Fri Oct 8 08:39:34 CDT 2004

First, you need to learn to respect other people's time 
and describe your problems properly (not just whining 
"wine does not work" and waiting, that someone will pull 
the details out of your nose)

Second, in the year you spent learning Linux, have you
tried reading a book, like for example this one?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: wine-users-admin at winehq.org 
> [mailto:wine-users-admin at winehq.org]On
> Behalf Of ext TKD
> Sent: Friday, October 08, 2004 4:36 AM
> To: wine-users at winehq.org
> Subject: [Wine]re:re:HELP
> ok will all i can say is this for a newbie on linux there is no good 
> place to start ... to learn it . 2nd there is no good place to start to 
> learn it 3rd and last there is no good oplace to learn it... iam sorry 
> but i think this is one of the biggest problems with linux and any other 
> thign to do with it there isnt a place to start ... not one place i have 
> been tryin for over a year to get wine to work and no place to read on a 
> start to finish manul .. no place for good FAQ's no place for problems 
> .. sorry programmers there r smiple people out here we all cant read ur 
> manuls u write ..... oen person not on linux becuse of one problem WINE 
> removing myself form list thank u

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