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SubjectRe: Linux, UDI and SCO.
Michal Jaegermann wrote:
>
> He found on a manufacturer page, no money - for a download, "NT driver"
> for his particular piece of a hardware. So he followed instructions
> to the letter - "Installation Wizzard" and all that crap - and the thing
> happily installed clobbering, as it is customary in these circles,
> essential system libraries with its own versions. The catch was that
> this driver was for NT/Intel and these bozos did not even bother to
> check for an architecture or at least mention something in some blurb.
> Ooops! No chance even to try to boot anymore.
>

So ? What's the problem ? Thats MicroSoft Way (tm)
OTHO, the chap who fell into this, got just what he deserved.
Grief !!!! point and click..
Do you click .45 and while pointing it at your head.
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