[SATLUG] [RANT] Stuff not working

Ernest De Leon edeleonjr at gmail.com
Wed Jan 2 21:07:41 CST 2008

Do you have over 4 GB or RAM on that box that you installed the 64 bit

On Jan 2, 2008 7:04 PM, Alex Bartonek <bartonekdragracing at yahoo.com> wrote:

> --- Don Crowder <donguitar at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Shucks Alex, I'd give about anything to be able to
> > write my own software
> > but I can't
> I do it for a living but when I'm at home I still have
> that itch to code.  I can write something in Oracle
> Forms 10g (blah, thats not a real language or IDE).
> or VB in Windows.
> >and the reason I prefer Debian Etch to
> > all versions of
> > Windows is because stuff just works.  Allowing MS to
> > provide me with
> > with an "updated" driver completely killed the sound
> > in this computer
> > almost a year ago but the sound has worked
> > beautifully since I replaces
> > Win2K with Debian Etch. I couldn't download IE7
> I was partially just pissed off which is why I said
> stuff just works under Windows.  Its partially true.
> I can install a programming environment and its almost
> a gimme that it works.  In general I havent had
> problems with Windows until it screws up on me.  I'm
> not a idiot that doesnt know how to use windows and
> just screws it up.  Its just a given.. I use Windows
> to the max when I had it and it was just a matter of
> time that the winnt\system32\system file or other was
> corrupt or I'd get a virus/spyware.
> I'm thinking it has something to do with my switch to
> a  64-bit distro.
> I'll sleep on it and try it again tomorrow.
> Afterall..the only source is open source!
> -Alex
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