[TriLUG] Sys-Con - LinuxWorld Owner figures ad homminemattacksare
jim at neuse.net
Sun May 22 20:32:15 EDT 2005
you hit the nail on the head. os partition too small. here's the case#
SRX050428602845. the real problem is that the patch fails to perform an
adequate check. i love winders and all that jazz; however, that failure
constitutes sloppy code. i figured the microsoft haters would love to
hear about it :-)
i'd rather warn others than pick on microsoft, though. i had 400 MB
free and the service pack puked hard.
David McDowell wrote:
>Wow Jim, pretty snazzy press release you got there for yourself. Is
>there a link to the case which was related to your w2k3 sp1 issue? If
>so, could you share please, as I'm about to have to implement w2k3 in
>my org... keeping LINUX web servers of course. And unless I missed
>it, I bet the TNTUG group would like to see the case notes as well. I
>presume it had to do with C: partition being too small/out of space?
>Sorry to the group we're a bit OT, but many, like myself, are stuck in
>a multi-racial server environment. :)
>On 5/21/05, Jim Ray <jim at neuse.net> wrote:
>>er, i mean http://www.neuse.net/news.htm
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>>Steve Holton wrote:
>>>On May 20, 2005, at 3:24 PM, matusiak wrote:
>>>>Uhh... can anyone sum up (preferably in 20 words or less) exactly
>>>>what the fuss is all about? Did someone call linux "bad"??
>>>I only get 20 words? uh. okay....
>>>Maureen O'Gara's wrote an article disclosing someone's personal
>>>bypassed editors, publishing anyway. Readers got upset, complained.
>>>Because O'Gara writes about (among other things) technology, it's no
>>>the person attacked was a technology person. And thus no surprise it
>>>was a person
>>>from the Linux community. And thus no surprise that some in the Linux
>>>were among those who got upset. There are people on all sides who
>>>actions were appropriate, and those who think they weren't.
>>>This exact sort of thing (writer produces inappropriate product, owner
>>>published for personal reasons, people recognize it as biased, complain.
>>>editors get upset over being cut out-of the loop and resign) happens
>>>time; it's not always about Linux, or even about technology.
>>>It's not about someone calling linux bad or anything. Perhaps you need to
>>>get out more often? ;-)
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