[Users] Create filter/proc question.

Mark Filipak markfilipak.linux at gmail.com
Mon Apr 8 07:29:56 CEST 2013

On 2013/4/7 4:26 PM, Inzli wrote:
> Am Sun, 07 Apr 2013 15:28:33 -0400
> schrieb Mark Filipak <markfilipak.linux at gmail.com>:
>> On 2013/4/7 3:07 PM, Inzli wrote:
>>> This whole Q&A reminds me of the "discussions" with Mark in the
>>> FreeBSD- and Debian-list :-/
>>> So let's face it: Mark will only use CM, but not participate.
>> Oh, while you were at your research, did you find where I was one of
>> two computer architects at Intel? Did you find I was a computer
>> architect at Altos Computers? Did you find I was the Wyse Technology
>> representative on the EISA Engineering Task Force that wrote the EISA
>> Specification
>> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extended_Industry_Standard_Architecture).
> No. But I have these old posts from you in my ML-archive:
>> I've never successfully installed any distribution of Linux. I don't
>> know why, but when I tried to read the documentation I gave up. The
>> documentation was simultaneously dumb and obtuse and way too wordy. So
>> I concluded that Linux is a hobbiest OS without much real-world use.
> or:
>> You know, Lisi, you're a real jerk.
> or:
>> What a nonsensical statement. I've never successfully installed any
>> distribution of Linux.
> [snipsnapsnup]
>> The only result of my attempted installations has been
>> cryptic error messages and non-bootable disks. I have asked for help
>> over the period of 15 years and Linux-knuckleheads have offered none.
>> All I've ever gotten is platitudes and "Windoze sucks!"
> And regarding filter rules: Mine were making sure that my Troll-folder
> never gets emty.
> Since at least 2009, you use your "linux"-gmail-address, But although
> your experience, you have never succeeded to install any Linux-distro.
> You've been trolling in other mailing lists since years, and, as far as
> I see only in the lists I've subscribed, you are often called a troll:
> "Seems to me that Mark is simply a troll (certainly not a
> "debian-user")"
> or:
> "There is no useful way to respond to such posters that used to be
> called trolls ..."
> So there always have been people out there in the wilderness who tried
> to help you and who will try to help you. From what I see and
> remember, people involved in the community have spent hours and hours
> to help you. When they asked you for specific error messages, you
> sometimes insulted them. But if you continue this way, you have to face
> that you'll be called a troll.
> Inzli

You know what? You are the troll.

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