[CALUG] repartitioning on the fly
James Ewing Cottrell 3rd
JECottrell3 at Comcast.NET
Thu Nov 24 23:58:39 CST 2005
David Salinas wrote:
>>>>I don't bother with miniscule probabilities.
Well, so do I, but All In Good Time.
>Especially when dealing with other peoples data/systems. True, it may
>not matter in the grand scheme of things when dealing with a casual
>post in this thread. But I still TRY and make it a habit of verifying;
>minuscule or not.
And indeed that would be the first thing done when anyone sat down at
the console, or even talked on the phone.
>>>>I still maintain that the clues are there for anyone savvy enough to
>Saying that there are clues is one thing. Saying that we *should* have
>known is another. It's a process. Say something, get feedback. Say
>something again, get feedback. We were missing one of those key
>components. Joan, where are you?
My previous post listed a plausible reason for her absence. I'd bet on
>>>>The answer to "One What Born Every Minute?" is "Sucker" Bone up on
>your Aphorisms. P.T Barnum.
>Yes, I knew it was sucker. I just wanted you to say it. Heh...
Glutton for punishment, eh?
>>Joan's AS 4.1 vs RH4.1.
>I don't care about a desire to *win* a bet. It's true that it's more
>probable that it IS RHEL 4.1. I have the same clues are at my disposal
>at this time. BUT even then, I'd still would want to verify the info
>regardless. And that's my point.
Right. But what You Personally wouldn't do is what he did: assume the
least unlikely option and post a reply based on that. That is one of the
things I flamed him for. The other one was for his most un-Consultant
Are we done yet?
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