[CALUG] repartitioning on the fly

James Ewing Cottrell 3rd JECottrell3 at Comcast.NET
Wed Nov 16 15:26:43 CST 2005

You are being Too Literal. What is Officially called "RHEL 4.1" or "Red 
Hat Advanced Server 4.1" is being called "Red Hat 4.1" by people on the 
street (or at least the net) these days, including the original poster.

Yes, RH4.1 is so old that for all practical purposes It No Longer 
Exists. It may not even run on newer hardware. So she couldn't possibly 
mean that. Besides, anyone playing with Linux back in those days 
probably wouldn't ask a question like that.

My point is that you should have been able to figure out that she was 
talking about RHEL AS 4.1 rather than the decade-old Red Hat 4.1.


Jason Dixon wrote:
> On Nov 16, 2005, at 12:49 AM, James Ewing Cottrell 3rd wrote:
>>No, she is correct. You should have known what she meant.
> Correct about what?  There is only one product known as "Red Hat 4.1"  
> and it was deprecated YEARS ago.  I wasn't trying to pick on her, but  
> it obviously confused others as well, and we were concerned that she  
> might be using an unsupported system.  Why do you claim to speak for  
> Joan, a week after the thread ended anyway?
> </need caffeine>
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