Crashing documentation on Linux #2

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Mon Jun 11 12:00:55 CDT 2012


Well put. And I would add that because of the nature of Linux, it really is up to the end user to sort out the problems they are having with a particular configuration on a particular machine, because realistically, they are the only person with access to it. This is the "price" you pay (or should I say the price you *don't* pay or the price you pay for not paying) when you choose Linux. 

I feel for Richard, because his adventurous spirit and drive to make things work is inspiring. Still, at the end of the day Devs who make their living at this sort of thing require a "stove that just works."

Bob


On Jun 11, 2012, at 4:31 AM, Peter M. Brigham wrote:

> On Jun 10, 2012, at 2:50 PM, Richmond wrote:
> 
>> Further to my ongoing problems with the documentation stacks of RR/LC 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 crashing
>> the IDE something really odd has emerged:
>> 
> <snip>

> Well, I know you like Linux, and other people have been moving towards that platform, but I must say that this is why I'm not venturing into 'nix territory any time soon. I don't want to have to stop what I'm cooking to figure out what's making the kindling wet and to sharpen my flint before I can relight it -- I'd like to just turn on the stove and concentrate on how much garlic to add.
> 
> -- Peter
> 
> Peter M. Brigham
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