Phil Schaffner wrote: > Chan Chung Hang Christopher wrote: > >> Phil Schaffner wrote: >> > ... > >> Thanks, please also consider changing the title. Nothing about it tells >> you that the instructions are for first time install only. Perhaps >> adding instructions for switching to console during install time will >> reinforce that fact too. >> > > I'd think the first sentence might give a clue: "This article addresses > the setting up of a software (mdraid) RAID1 at install time on systems > without a true hardware RAID* controller." > Yes but if that is all the article is about...might as well reflect it in the title too. You can setup raid after installation yadi, yada. > ... > >> What can I say? There is a severe lack of competent Linux personnel in >> Hong Kong so when people like me leave behind Linux systems... >> > > Sounds like a good job market. :-) > > :-D. Created by yours truly when he switches jobs leaving Centos systems behind. :-P The list of Linux-related jobs in Hong Kong pitiably small. Too many PHBs over here with loads of cash (but stingy on pay) and willing to dish out the stuff for Microcrap. Positions with a bit more pay in Hong Kong are usually listed in the local English newspaper by SCMP. Ads usually are also posted on the Net at www.classifiedpost.com. I have this friend who has been using Linux for the company he works for for years and then a dumb PHB comes in (boss' son) and tries to get him fired and everything converted to Microsoft. He even tried to get the inhouse developed finance system completely replaced by a multi-million HKD Microsoft-based solution (Navision) which was basically crap and did not improve on things much (unstable yadi yada). Too bad the crunch came in before they could completely implemented everything. The best part was that the guys who were doing the Navision consultation saw my friend's inhouse stuff and asked him if he was selling it. I guess that is why there is not much HK Chinese involvement in Centos. They are too busy keeping their PHBs sane.