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    NO ONE CALLS OSX STUPID IN HERE! ha ha


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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    I can't fsck, because stupid os x needs a keyboard to login as root.................... (idiot os!!!!!!!!)
    I only had a usb mouse where I was then, and the fact that I couldn't repair the hdd disk just by using a mouse (as I usually easily do on windows) I got SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO annoyed and did the switch laptop hdd thing.
    1. there's something called "sudo". I'm guessing noone taught you that because they're trying to prevent the idiot from screwing up the system.
    2. What you can do with a mouse in Windows to repair a HD can be done using DIsk Utility. It's just that either your system is too fucked up or you're too novice to do anything that may help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wikinerd View Post
    1. there's something called "sudo". I'm guessing noone taught you that because they're trying to prevent the idiot from screwing up the system.
    2. What you can do with a mouse in Windows to repair a HD can be done using DIsk Utility. It's just that either your system is too fucked up or you're too novice to do anything that may help.
    you're such an idiot............ when you go inside disk utility, have you not noticed that you can only select repair persmissions, and that there is a greyed out button? DUUUUUUUUUUUUH, I WAS TALKING ABOUT THAT ALL ALONG..........

    and of course I know about fsck, but the matter is that, when I got this iMac, where I was at I had no usb or bluetooth keyboard, so I just had a usb mouse, teamviewer, and my laptop to work on the imac with.
    When I was talking about logon mode, or screen, I was trying to point out to you that the mac os x keyboard viewer is inoperable after logging of a current user, thus I was unable to log in as root...........................

    DUDE, you're so hardheaded................ I feel sorry for your wife!!!! (seriously, no kidding!)

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    of course I also knwo what sudo is....................... but I preffered logging in as root and the sudoing................. (try and do that with a mouse)

    so, I went out and got myself a keyboard after which I was able to do all these, even though fscking was no longer needed due to the fact that I did the ccc gig and was able to use Disk Utilities Repair Disk feature on the original HDD that was in the Mac. Thus, problem solved. IDIOT!!!!!!!!!!!

    oh, and btw again, in windows, with only a mouse, you can do mostly anything, depending on the type of user u are running. If you're running a normal administrator account, YOU'RE GOOD TO GO, NO KEYBOARD REQUIRED!!!!! nad if explicitly required and there is only a bunch of laptops around you and a wifi connection, TEAMVIEWER HELPS A LOT!!!!!!!!!!! ......................

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    I'm sorry volks, I have nothing personal with you, but the hardheadness of wikinerd just entices me to post on. at least my threads have at least 1000 ppl reading them...........


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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    you're such an idiot............ when you go inside disk utility, have you not noticed that you can only select repair persmissions, and that there is a greyed out button? DUUUUUUUUUUUUH, I WAS TALKING ABOUT THAT ALL ALONG..........

    and of course I know about fsck, but the matter is that, when I got this iMac, where I was at I had no usb or bluetooth keyboard, so I just had a usb mouse, teamviewer, and my laptop to work on the imac with.
    When I was talking about logon mode, or screen, I was trying to point out to you that the mac os x keyboard viewer is inoperable after logging of a current user, thus I was unable to log in as root...........................

    DUDE, you're so hardheaded................ I feel sorry for your wife!!!! (seriously, no kidding!)
    Sorry. If you know what fsck is, you would have solved this problem SO LONG AGO that you wouldn't be able to bother the people on this forum. And theoretically any keyboard works with a mac ... and if you'd like to, you can buy an Apple Aluminium keyboard from an Apple store.

    And no, Mac OS X does not allow you to login as root, but admins generally can invoke commands from a root perspective when using sudo. SO LOOK IT UP BEFORE YOUR COMPLAINTS START PILING UP AGAIN.

    DUDE, you're so dumb. I really, really, seriously feel sorry for any "close acquaintances" that you have.
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    how many times do I have to tell you i preferred logging in as root and then fscking???? mac os x does not allow me to login as root? really???????
    dude, whats the matter with you?
    and about the aquaintances, wanna know something? if I were a women and I was your wife, I'd go crazy with you in a week due to basic communication issues (as in not getting points that other ppl are trying to make.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    of course I also knwo what sudo is....................... but I preffered logging in as root and the sudoing................. (try and do that with a mouse)
    I rofl'd.

    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    so, I went out and got myself a keyboard after which I was able to do all these, even though fscking was no longer needed due to the fact that I did the ccc gig and was able to use Disk Utilities Repair Disk feature on the original HDD that was in the Mac. Thus, problem solved. IDIOT!!!!!!!!!!!
    And I'm saying that if you just fscked yourself you would have spared all that trouble.

    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    oh, and btw again, in windows, with only a mouse, you can do mostly anything, depending on the type of user u are running. If you're running a normal administrator account, YOU'RE GOOD TO GO, NO KEYBOARD REQUIRED!!!!! nad if explicitly required and there is only a bunch of laptops around you and a wifi connection, TEAMVIEWER HELPS A LOT!!!!!!!!!!! ......................
    Except the most common tasks. Windows cannot do anything seriously- as well as being rather unstable (hence Windows users are referred to as "beta testers").
    That's why most servers use UNIX / -like systems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    how many times do I have to tell you i preferred logging in as root and then fscking???? mac os x does not allow me to login as root? really???????
    Not from the login window, no, but from another utility.
    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    dude, whats the matter with you?
    and about the aquaintances, wanna know something?
    Nothing's wrong with me. Just ask Jaybird or any other mod. Your trolling around really makes me sick.
    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    if I were a women and I was your wife, I'd go crazy with you in a week due to basic communication issues (as in not getting points that other ppl are trying to make.)
    You need English lessons, that's all. I cannot understand gibberish.
    Last edited by Wikinerd; 03-19-2009 at 11:49 PM.
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    repair disk took care of everything. do you need any further explanations?


 

 
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