A new Internet Meme I created just now – OK buttons and errors!

If you want the Error application I made myself, get it from https://1drv.ms/u/s!Asov5XVfbr4hlQ2cMOBrz2bRY2en. If you get an error when trying to launch it, that is the point (If the error doesn’t look too normal to you anyway) 🙂 🙂

Here is an Internet Meme you may all share on your own blogs and on any other services you want to share on – it would be lovely if you gave me some credit for this meme – I did make it!


The point of this meme is to demonstrate that clicking “OK” when encountering an error means you are agreeing with it, but with some error messages that is the only option. This one doesn’t have a close button, only an OK, though it can be closed in the taskbar though, by right clicking and clicking close window.

The “unfortunately this app has stopped” error on Android, even if you tap in the background, still requires you to press OK, with the only other way powering your Android Device off and on again to get rid of the error.

That’s all I have to say at the moment, bye bye!

Epic Chas Gamer 😀


Should you ignore dependency errors on Debian

There may of been a time when you used dpkg to install a package and you get dependency errors. This is extremely annoying. But you may of ignored it.

If you try to install a package with apt-get you may be nagged to run sudo apt-get -f install. Run it and it may install the missing packages… or it may remove the package you tried to install with dpkg. That is why you shouldn’t ignore dependency errors on Linux.

Hope you enjoyed this post!

Epic Chas Gamer 😎