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About MarkWebles

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  1. Christian churches? Here, in Mexico? Yeah, we have a few.
  2. Sterens. Located at the east end of the plaza fronting Walmart. Make sure you know what type of PCI card slot you have. They are not interchangeable. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/307880-30-motherboard-slots
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    Car ac warning!

    "For every problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong." -H. L. Mencken "Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity." -Robert J. Hanlon
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    Another Canadian Childhood Song

    True story. Our family home was used in an episode for The Littlest Hobo back in the mid to late 60s'. This house here in West Vancouver.
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    Q anyone??

    Coherency, give it a try.
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    Q anyone??

    Manners are for people who have nothing else to offer. If you can't be something, be polite.
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    Homeopathic Doctor

    JCG, I've tried. Sorry to say, but your ministrations are falling on deaf ears. Here it's all-the-magic, all-the-time. But note: We're the ones with closed minds, doncha know? Ever notice how people who believe in magic always say that?
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    Pet Peaves

    Ouch! That had all the sting of a fluffy cloud, but half as interesting.
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    Pet Peaves

    When future societies write about the fall of Western Civilization in the 21st. century, they will point to this thread as one of the signs of the impending implosion that were ignored.
  10. Right, android in not accessible the way Windows is, but installing an SSH server is simple enough. Once into the system, troubleshooting is as simple as troubleshooting any other Linux box. Easy Peas.
  11. Trust me, Doug, I'm an actual professional. or once was. OS/2 was discontinued back in 2001and for good reason, it was complicated, expensive, and was difficult to troubleshoot and to obtain adequate support for. And I include IBM's own helpdesk here. It was fine used as a simple desktop, but start adding 5250 or 3270 emulation into the mix, then all bets are/were off. System resource tuning was a nightmare. At the point of it's demise, and it pains me to admit, MS had a better product with Windows 2000. The fact some people continue to use OS/2 is no reflection on the viability of the product, after all there are user groups for Atari and CP/M.
  12. I think your inclination toward apathy is your best bet here, Doug. Who cares about OS/2, it's a dead product. Which, by the way, I was supporting back in the '90s. But answer me this, Doug, is the flayrod still out of skew on the treadle?
  13. Doug, "This isn't right. This isn't even wrong." - Wolfgang Pauli Stick with Windows before someone gets hurt.
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    Installing a computer extender

    "For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong". -H. L. Mencken