Craig White wrote:
And yet in the bazillion messages about what he was doing wrong, no one
provided a link to a place that explained the right way.
Consider who is having the problem. He has a history of doing things
the hard way. In doing so, he creates problems for himself that few
others run into.
many people witness the same event and their recollections can and do
since you are familiar with vlc and the repositories, where were you?
Why didn't you fill the gaps that you seem to feel were real?
I'm in the US and thus under the same constraints that the fedora
project claims prevent them from mentioning anything that might help
circumvent patent or dmca laws. And I don't have a place to put the
instructions on how to use livna to install the Nvidia driver that would
be any easier for someone to find than livna itself. The fedora project
omits that as a matter of policy.
Some people curse darkness and some light candles...just sayin'
There's not much you can do about other people's policies. It's sort of
like watching a train wreck, though. What is happening to Karl (and
probably lots of other people who aren't as persistent and don't get as
far as this mail list) is a result of a policy that does not put