The worst things I did at home on a pc was:
- Installing Novell Server 4.x and 5.x
- Installing Linux
My records........ I killed the installation of Novell 4.11 in 10 minutes and Linux in 5 minutes.... Yes Novell and Linux are stable... NOT
Why didn't you try the 'fix everything thats wrong with a linux box, ever' command?
Because the one I killed was on a test machine.. We didn't repair just reinstalled the testmachine. And we were not that far into the Linux stuff.
I tried to install SusE but that was also not wroking. VGA card not recognized, wrong driver for networkcard. E.G. a PCI 905-b-tx card had the same driver as a Isa 900-combo card.... WRONG!!!
But I now have a stable version of SusE !!!! Yes I have!! It is lying stable in a pile of other cd-rom's not to be installed again.
LOL ROFL LOLUP ROFLMOA
The first working version of a Linux distribution was Knoppix. Ran at once without troubles... And ran from CD-rom.. So it couldn't kill any thing on my pc's..
Maybe I could try Linux again.. But then a stable-installable-workable version.
Forgive about my cynism of the Linux an Novell software. I am not someone that hates software. I just don't like to "buy" FREE software and then find out that I have to compile 90% of the software by myself to get 10% working. When it was a computergame no one would buy it and would complain at court. But when it is a not completed Linux version everyone is exited 8O
Something is very wrong...