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Hi. In post http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/lin...tml#post712667 , Cabhan explained the situation, then asked a question of the OP. However, the topic was closed, which makes it difficult for the OP to answer ...
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    [SOLVED] Question asked, then topic closed


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    In post http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/lin...tml#post712667 , Cabhan explained the situation, then asked a question of the OP.

    However, the topic was closed, which makes it difficult for the OP to answer the question ... cheers, drl
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    Not sure why this was marked as solved. Unsolved it. Should be able to post now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drl View Post
    However, the topic was closed, which makes it difficult for the OP to answer the question ... cheers, drl
    From what I can tell by using one of the admin functions to see the history of that thread, it appears that it was the OP him/herself that closed it. If I'm not mistaken, the OP can reopen threads that they've closed should they wish to do so.

    Thanks for the feedback.
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    Hi.
    Quote Originally Posted by ozar View Post
    From what I can tell by using one of the admin functions to see the history of that thread, it appears that it was the OP him/herself that closed it. If I'm not mistaken, the OP can reopen threads that they've closed should they wish to do so.

    Thanks for the feedback.
    That would explain it, thanks ... cheers, drl
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    Hi.

    Yes, I just tried it on this thread. In menu Thread Tools, there are selections for marking the thread solved / unsolved, which also closes / re-opens the thread ... cheers, drl
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