Example: Xe’ma’ta ‘kimtu VuSiDu.
(1S-be.able-NEG (INF)make.work BSD)
I cannot make BSD work.
This is of course a reference to the xkcd comic about a BSD installation. I have already talked about the word ‘kimtu yesterday. It relates to the solving of a problem, a riddle, a difficulty, this kind of thing. If it is something, which is fixed badly, you can also use the word ‘ika. The ability to repair something is ma’tan kimtu while asav’tan kimtu means the ability to solve problems which require thought. Kimtu’he is someone who fixes something or solves a problem either currently or habitually.