Installation instructions for Firefox somewhere?
tedm at toybox.placo.com
Wed Mar 2 11:27:10 GMT 2005
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org]On Behalf Of Anthony
> Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2005 9:09 PM
> To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> Subject: Re: Installation instructions for Firefox somewhere?
> Ted Mittelstaedt writes:
> > The AIC7880 stuff is in the "good" category of stuff from Adaptec,
> > not the "junk" category.
> Well, that's nice to hear. I guess my $9000 wasn't entirely wasted.
> > The people that can answer questions don't always respond.
> Remember what I said about problems with FreeBSD support for
> mission-critical and large-scale deployments?
You get what you pay for. If you want a response immediately then pay
one of the many FreeBSD consultants/contractors. I'll make you a deal,
if you guarentee to pay me the same rate that Microsoft charges for tech
support on their products ($35 an incident) I will personally provide you
with an answer to any question you want to ask - at the $35 per question
rate, of course, and with the exact same disclaimers that Microsoft gives
you for their $35 incidents. Oh and I almost forgot - since it's the
terms as the Microsoft support, that means you have to buy the copy of
FreeBSD from me - and I think my going rate on that is the same as
Server, which is something like $800 a copy. ;-) (you have after all
said FreeBSD isn't a desktop OS) ;-)
> > Also, I don't generally answer questions that I have to do a lot of
> > digging on because the questioner didn't put in enough data. Such as
> > your SCSI question. You posted the dmesg but you still haven't
> > posted the model of HP server.
> I thought I had. HP Vectra XU 6/200 D4352N/ABF.
> > This is assuming you are mixing interfaces, which is still to be
> > determined.
> I'm not.
> > Also one other thing that is important - if you don't get an answer
> > within a week or so, ask again, politely.
> How do I ask after the second post with no reply? On bended knee?
Just keep asking periodically. Or, you could e-mail the developer of
the SCSI device driver directly, it's not hard to read the source and
see who it is, and their e-mail addresses are on the FreeBSD website.
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