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Your Majesty, dbmcli !

Your Majesty, dbmcli !

In your Kingdom 6.4:

Your most humble servant reports that upon asking you db_state you reply OK but COLD.

Upon asking you xxx you report xxx.

Your servants XServer and J2E report xxx.

You fail in phase 6 of 29 on xp sp2 - with 2GB RAM costing 505 euros.

In your Kingdom 6.2:

Your most humble servant reports that upon asking you db_state you reply OK but COLD.

Upon asking you xxx you report xxx.

Your servants XServer and BSP report xxx.

You fail at 86% on xp2 - with 2GB RAM costing 505 euros.

You have given no indication of how to uninstall.

Please believe, O most honoured and respected leader, that your servant only is concerned for your success and well being, knowing that your regime can only extend over all earth and bring prosperity to all of mankind: only thus can he permit himself to ask you, in the words of the bush, if we are not living in a "failed State"?

Please, in your wisdom, having long recognised the small trivial problems that, unfortunately, cost your servant so much time and trouble and dollars, please cast one small glance at the problems of your servant thus assuring happiness, and confirming success of all of your customers and dominions and admirers.

Your humble servant

David Lawn

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2005 at 07:53 AM

    Are these the preview editions or the full system?

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