[Centos] Restart centos from Commandline

Wed Mar 30 18:47:03 UTC 2005
Vaneet Sharma <vaneet at iwg.info>

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

	-----Original Message-----
	From: centos-bounces at centos.org on behalf of Greg Knaddison 
	Sent: Wed 3/30/2005 5:37 PM 
	To: CentOS mailing list 
	Subject: Re: [Centos] Restart centos from Commandline

	On Wed, 30 Mar 2005 14:56:00 +0100, Peter Farrow <peter at farrows.org> wrote:
	> If a question really is very simple to answer, why not just give the
	> answer, after all asking questions is how we all learn....
	No.  RTFM and then ask questions is how we all learn.
	If I see a question I'm interested in that I don't know the answer to,
	I'll do some research and find the answer.  75% of the time that I
	make a post that's what it's based upon.  I'm frequently happy to do
	it because I'm increasing my own knowledge, but when the poster is of
	the "I need to be spoon fed" variety and asks a follow up question
	that is clearly answered online it's a waste of everyone's time.
	Besides, how many times have you seen the "I REALLY NEED HELP RIGHT
	ME, HELP ME HELP ME HELP ME!"?  If you're used to getting spoon-fed
	and then get into a situation where you need help right now, spoon
	feeding is very unlikely to happen fast enough, but man/info/google
	are always there, unless you never learned to use them ;)
	I agree with Collins.  The more people in his "group 2" the better.
	Respond with help and respond with a nudge.
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