Timothy Murphy wrote: > Matthew Flaschen wrote: > > >> I agree that it's great if users look at logs and send them to >> technicians when appropriate. My point is just that if they don't >> understand them, don't want to look them up, and don't want to report >> the issue to someone who will, then they should just ignore the logs and >> stop complaining. >> > > You seem to have a bizarre view of Linux. > To my mind Linux, and in particular Fedora, is about learning, > not about sending problems to "technicians". > > If I shared your view I would use another operating system. > > So, are you saying that (in your mind) Linux is only for people who wish to learn about the O/S? So, it shouldn't be used by an end-user that just wants a system to work? An end-user that doesn't want or care what a "colonel" is or thinks that application is what you do to deodorants? So, I really should tell my 86yr old dad to stop using Linux?
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