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Re: Finding firmware (and SHA sums etc), was Re: Linux Mint, Ubuntu, Arch Linux recognize my Acer Aspire S wifi, debian does not

> It is also just as easy to find
>  https://www.debian.org/CD/
> and then
>  https://www.debian.org/CD/http-ftp/
> which leads to
>  http://cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/current/i386/iso-cd/

But he already mentioned this link

> without any right clicking or rubbing out. 
> What rules are these?
> It is shown above that it is not difficult to find.
> The netinst ISO is hardly huge.

Do you have anything to offer to the discussion or is it just bitter
criticism to others' questions?

And what are you so defensive about, criticism of poorly organized
information and poorly documented software?  The chaotic nature of these
systems comes from the chaotic system of development.  Most of the tiny
parts that make the whole thing work are developed by programmers whose
expertise on the tiny details prevent them from being able to
communicate the importance to the rest of the users (some are other
developers).  Are there segments of this chaotic hierarchy that
outsiders can understand?  Under each piece of code sits a tremendous
hierarchy and the next block up makes this hierarchy look minute.

If you can offer a hint in solving someone's problem because you know
better fine.  To criticism someone because they haven't read 2000
zillion pages of debian manuals to know what you do is ludicrous.

 "The most violent element in society is ignorance" rEG