[CentOS] Are PHP and MySQL running on my CentOS installation?
chrism at imntv.com
Sat Sep 17 13:17:35 UTC 2005
Dave Laird wrote:
>>Assholes will not be allowed to post to the lists anymore ... period.
>>If we decide you are an asshole, you will be prevented from posting to
>>the list. If you don't like it ... too bad. I am getting sick and
>>tired of people acting like babies, if you can't be a rational human
>>being with some semblance of intelligence and manners to others, this is
>>not the place for you.
>I have avoided the temptation to post *anything* to this list because of
>the very problem(s) you have just noted, as the signal-to-noise ratio has
>been out of control since I joined the list a few weeks back. There are,
>as you have noted in recent messages, a number of highly-skilled and
>well-informed people here, eager to help and offer suggestions, but the
>vast percentage of messages end up in the byte bucket. Your results may
>differ, but I think not.
>All I have to say from my perspective is BRAVO! You have my full but
>unqualified support. Let's get back to the business of making CentOS one
>of the best versions of Linux, and less time spent bickering like this was
I agree completely. CentOS is the best thing since sliced bread. I've
got a number of CentOS 3.X (and a few 4.x) systems in production and
they basically just work, requiring a remarkably small amount of
maintenance and admin intervention. If it wasn't for the occasional
kernel update, most of the machines would have uptimes well in excess of
a year. Also, the VAST majority of the people on this list are nice and
considerate folks. If you're on the list, it doesn't take long to
figure out who you personally don't find useful and it's easy to set up
a simple email filter on your mail client. And that list is probably
different for us all. 8-)
Is USENET still around? 8-) I gave up on carrying a feed when you
basically needed a T3 just for the alt.binaries hierarchy...
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