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hiestaa4047yIf Google shows the link, Google has the page in cache. Look for the cached version if the original page is not available anymore!
or check with waybackmachine
When OP reply with 'never mind, fixed it!" but doesn't reply with the fix 😣
@ozzstrich I hate that shit too
you forgot the [SOLVED] on the link. Cleaner
liveen507y@qwerty1337 that IS google cache
@liveen No it isn't
has nothing to do with google.
You can check https://archive.org/about/ where it even says:
"The Internet Archive is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library."
"Founded in 1996 ..."
Google was founded in 1998 ;)
liveen507y@qwerty1337 huh, interesting. I was certain I read in their site that it was powered by Googles cache. I might be wrong though, and I should have been clearer on the fact that I was unclear when I posted my reply. I'm sorry about that. <3
Oceas9807yOr find a SO thread with the exact title on a hard issue and it's closed for being like another thread that is unrelated.
True story 😂
skbly71317yit's even more sad when exact issue is marked as solved, but the page need active subscription. #redhat
@skbly7 or experts-exchange. Uggggggg
I was gonna ++ this but I realized that the post had 404 points. That's too good to ruin
Ace714259595yHow about when half a dozen people bitch at the OP for a duplicate question and don't post a link to the original question and you're like damn it I've searched for this for 30 minutes please just answer it! lol
When you have a super annoying problem that Google has been unable to help with... But you stumble upon a link with the exact title matching your issue... And clicking on it gives you a 404.