dasein wrote:So when this OP falsely claims that he spent "two hours" at Google, he's actually betraying the fact that he didn't spend so much as a moment there. (Either that, or he never actually learned to tell time.)
I never said i spent 2 hours on that particular topic, but i did on others. And then i'm told to go to Debian wiki...
Here is one of examples, my post about problems with Steam on Debian,
I even said:
(which was like 4 days or something)I'm fighting with Steam on Debian since longer time
And then i get an answer like that:
GarryRicketson wrote:In the meantime, while waiting for a answer, you might find something
useful in one of these threads, on the forum:
Search found 1151 matches: +Can't +run +Steamafter running Steam i am getting error:
Fatal Error: Failed to load steamui.so
Also, often just doing a search using the error message as keywords:
Failed to load steamui.so on Debian testing
Have you looked at this ?
Second thing is, sometimes there is hundreds of solutions to a fix on Google, but many solutions are from people who are not experienced in Linux, and while they might work, they might break my system in future (since im quite new to Linux aswell), like adding 3rd party repositories, installing wrong libraries, and so on.
Not everyone on this forum sits 10 hours a day at his Debian desktop since 1990 and knows what's proper and what isn't.
I understand that you might want people to post less topics if this forum was super popular with millions of users posting every 2min, but this forum is pretty much dead compared to other forums, and you still banish people for posting their problem.
I remember about (10 years ago ?) , there was official polish forums for Ubuntu, and the community was the same, always sending to google, attacking people etc. , in the end most people went back to Windows because they didn't want to loose their nerves posting topics on forums like that again.