>No, actually you are completely wrong here. The skills in question
>are totally disjoint. It's like suggesting that being able to replace
>the glass in a broken window qualifies you to build a skyscraper.
Give it up.. I have gotten at least two devices to work in this fashion...
now according to some on this list there is no more skill in this then a 14
year old installing mandrake on daddy's PC
Somehow I think this is a convienent viewpoint perhaps not based on the
logic but more on the desire to win an argument.
[You've listed your most significant accomplishment as "getting a
winmodem working in Linux".]
No actually I did write a small kernel module a while back... in fact I had
never even had any formal programming classes when I did that one... but I
suppose you will be particularly underwhelmed with that one too eh or simply
say no you didn't... or whatever suits you hmm?
I'm off to do some work now ok?
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