[CentOS] Dangerous Software Raid instructions on Wiki

Bassu bashukhan at gmail.com
Thu Aug 13 13:17:51 UTC 2009

Again, Max, well said ;)

On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 4:53 AM, Max Hetrick <maxhetrick at verizon.net> wrote:

> Max Hetrick wrote:
> > Someone added a very bright disclaimer, so all should be good in the
> > future. I do agree with others that using /dev/sdX would probably be
> > wise as well in documentation, but that doesn't fix the true root of the
> > problem. People really should watch cutting and pasting, or typing,
> > commands on a Linux root without understanding what it is that the
> > commands are doing.
> >
> > Is it possible you could help him with some basic Linux lessons then,
> > and/or point him to some beginner material so this doesn't happen again.
> >
> > I just had a problem with blaming the author of a document, (I didn't
> > even write it) when the user did not read the document. If he doesn't
> > speak or read English well, then that doesn't help that, nor does adding
> > warnings help either if he can't read English well.
> >
> > I'm not certain what languages the page has been translated to, but
> > perhaps look into that for him as well. Or can you translate the page?
> Sorry for posting that to the main list. I hit reply and didn't see that
>   the reply to was still set for the main list.
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