> how come no-one answered my last question. im
> beginning to think that your all a bunch of pompous
> linux users who claim to be the original "hackers"(who
> build the internet and save peoples lives by working
> for open-source companies, blah, blah, blah).
I use Linux, BSD, and commercial Unices. Some people
say I'm a h*cker, but I'm not.
Not that I give fsck, anyway.
> if you really did care about the on-going development
> of linux and related issues you would help newbies
> etc. as much as possible...
I don't care about Linux. I don't care about newbies.
But I will answer every straight question I am capable
> so, if anyone would care to reply to this message, my
> problem is that i cant access my C/C++ editors. any
> tips on how to get them??
Whow. Too difficult for me. What is a C/C++ editor?
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