[CALUG] repartitioning on the fly
James Ewing Cottrell 3rd
JECottrell3 at Comcast.NET
Fri Nov 18 05:22:30 CST 2005
Threads never die. I don't read this stuff all that regularly, and when
I do, I try to avoid posting to old threads (and gee, it was only 11
days old when I posted, not months).
My mind also boggles that you think you can turn being a consultant on
and off. Indeed, this list would seem to be a prime place to be ON, to
be looking for business.
But it is you, my friend, who are being Anal Retentive. You are hiding
behind Labels, and Yes, you are Technically Correct when you say that
RH4.1 is an ancient unsupported release. But Guess What? The number has
been usurped by RHEL, and people with less of a memory than us are
likely to use it Casually and Informally.
Just admit that you are wrong. It's easy to do. You're just resisting
because you didn't like my original tone. And I can't blame you. After
all, I am being a jerk about this. But at least I am right.You're being
a jerk too, and you're wrong.
Jason Dixon wrote:
> On Nov 17, 2005, at 12:11 AM, James Ewing Cottrell 3rd wrote:
>> Clearly you made an assumption. The wrong one. And you posted a most
>> un-Consultant-like response.
> I'm not on this list to consult anyone. I'm on this list to
> supplement my interest in the Linux operating system and to meet
> others in the Columbia area with similar interests in Linux/FOSS.
> Your anal-retentive participation has suddenly made this much less
> enjoyable. Kudos to you.
> This was my last reply to this once-dead thread.
> Jason Dixon
> DixonGroup Consulting
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