On Fri April 25 2008, max bianco wrote: > because using fdisk, for example, implies a certain level of > knowledge. If i fdisk incorrectly i will hose my system beyond my > ability to repair it or i will get access denied or you aren't root or > whatever you like and be just as annoyed that it let me get that far > only to stop me when I try to use it, "If i can't use the tool then > why oh why is it in my path?You've handed me a nail and no hammer!" or > do you think the "average" user should be using fdisk unsupervised? Why do these uses not say "If this tool is not in my path, why is it installed?"? Regards, Till
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