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Ms Puppy only writes the first session back to CD
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aahhaaa


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PostPosted: Thu 10 Nov 2005, 12:43    Post_subject:  

Flash- thanks for pointing out this thread... Very Happy

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OK, DOS guys, so why doesn't PrintScrn work at this point? That'd be handy, or mebbe directing to a log.txt file for debugging?

the bit about some burners only doing DVD is new info to me, should be in the wiki somewhere
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PostPosted: Thu 10 Nov 2005, 20:21    Post_subject:  

Here is my proposed solution to the problem of the boot screen whizzing by so fast. Smile
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PostPosted: Thu 10 Nov 2005, 22:03    Post_subject:  

Flash- again we are on the same wavelength! Very Happy
That's quite a thread...
(One solution nobody mentioned is to return to a processor so slow that the messages are still human readable- thats where this all began. )

I think it is important in a couple ways. I'd tried another distro (which will remain nameless). It did the same thing, text streams roaring by, except there were a lot of red FAILED notices in it. I monkeyed with it for a while- merely trying to see what failed, no joy. That iso is holding up my coffeecup (actually tea) at this moment. That's why I'm using Puppy and not something else.

Unless it is vitally needed, first impressions with software usually determine whether you get a chance at second impressions.

The other thing is the tone some folks took at the question. I need to tell a (true) story for this one:

Way back when, a woman always made the most scrumptious roast. Her daughters learned the method and passed it on to their daughters. One holiday Granny came to visit and watched one of her granddaughters making the roast.
She asked 'Why are you cutting the ends off the roast?"
The granddaughter replied "That's the way Mom said you always did it... "
Granny said "Yes I did; but my pan was too small."
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