[Centos] Restart centos from Commandline

Vaneet Sharma vaneet at iwg.info
Wed Mar 30 19:11:56 UTC 2005


Thank you very much
Vaneet

	-----Original Message----- 
	From: centos-bounces at centos.org on behalf of dan1 
	Sent: Wed 3/30/2005 9:00 PM 
	To: CentOS mailing list 
	Cc: 
	Subject: Re: [Centos] Restart centos from Commandline
	
	

	Hello, Vaneet.
	
	I understand and agree with what you are saying. It's true that it's
	becoming a bit agressive and it's sad.
	I think that you were right to ask those questions, and I don't think that
	the JAVA_HOME thing did hurt to ask. It even helped me so I'm happy you
	asked for. You asked only one or two basic questions but even though I think
	we should be able to ask them. However the rule to seach first before ask is
	still to keep in mind.
	
	Thus, the only thing that really misses here to my point of view is a place
	where we can get a search on all this precious mailing list. The google
	option is not very good because of the delay of inclusion (1-2 days I think)
	and also because we get other answers and we only want answers from here
	(and to be sure to have all of them), knowing that here is the most
	appropriate information.
	
	That's why I suggest putting on the home page of CentOS.org the following
	search motor's URL in the 'support' section:
	http://search.gmane.org/search.php?query=&email=&group=gmane.linux.centos.general&sort=relevance
	
	I'm sure that many new comers will appreciate it a lot. This will most
	probably also reduce by 2 or 3 times the amount of e-mails on this list.
	
	Kind regards to all,
	
	Daniel
	
	
	
	----- Original Message -----
	From: Vaneet Sharma
	To: CentOS mailing list
	Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 8:47 PM
	Subject: RE: [Centos] Restart centos from Commandline
	
	
	Well, this conversation started with me
	
	I just asked two silly questions and no where did i mention panicking or
	sound  begging ?
	
	The reason i asked them from team was
	1) i can get right answer in right time ( as there are so many distros of
	linux)
	2) i was so eager to learn and run apache and tomcat on linux that these
	small things were coming as hindrance to my main aim
	
	Regarding, spoon fed, i dont think if anyone can reach the stage of joining
	the CENTOS mailing list is spoon fed
	if i can join this mailing list, install Centos on my own, run apache and
	run tomcat, if i can code java and restart application servers, i dont think
	i am spoon fed
	Of cours i dont know how to start centos from command line because I am not
	a system administrator and never was and never did.
	
	I think aim of this mailing list is to help new users get right answers in
	right time.
	There is too much information on internet which waste lot of time and also
	........................... there are too many ways to do same thing. for
	e.g  setting JAVA_HOME from bashrc and also from etc\profile
	
	Does anyone has comments from what i stated  above.
	People here on the list have lot of ego's and they dont want to move from
	their point
	If u read my previous emails, i was criticised by 5 people, i apologised and
	also am thankful in giving me new direction.
	
	bottom line: if you are that much agigated, please do not answer my
	questions and delete the email. it is better.
	kind regards
	Vaneet
	
	
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