I am configuring a Redhat Cluster for horde mail. Each time I reboot the
server the LVM gets unavailable. I have to run "/sbin/vgchange -a -f" Is
there someone can help me regarding the issue?????
Thanks & regards.
Pradipta Kumar Dash
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On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 5:55 AM, sankarshan <foss.mailinglists(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> When I left college last year, there were 2 competing trends that my batch
>> had infused. One was free software, where Shreyank and I had made some
>> inroads, and the second was TopCoder or similar online programming judges
>> where Swapnil Sonawane and Rajat achieved milestones. As it turns out,
>> Swapnil and Rajat ended up getting jobs on campus that paid the best (upto 3
>> times what Shreyank or I get!!).
> I might not be comprehending this properly. Why would participating in
> online coding contests be a deterrent to contributing to Free and Open
> Source Software ? Although, considering the part within parenthesis,
> if that is how it is projected, will obviously skew the participation
> in a way that nothing can counter.
On this note, I would like to add something. Not related to the topic
but related to the thing in brackets of Debayan's email. I agree money
is very important but as 'i-feel-philosophical-today-susmit' points ot
its a way you lead your life also matters. I wouldn't have quit my
well paying corporate job to take up research. I would be easily
getting 8L per annum now plus some overseas travel. yummy! Now I am a
student and intend to go for a PhD which most 'MBAs' term it
'live-like-a-beggar' for 4 years. But well, I know I am developing the
roots like a banyan tree to soar great heights.
And its all about how you project. I think you have forgotten the
'3-emails' sent by SM to dgplug list. I bring it up again.
Is it possible to upgrade gcc on an older Fedora (F6, for example) or
RHEL 5 system by compiling it from sources? My doubt is whether it will
automatically replace with "glibc" or will I have to upgrade that too by
compiling from sources? Or don't I need to bother about glibc at all?
Somebody hinted that "binutils" will also need to be rebuilt with the
new gcc. Is that true?
Any help is highly appreciated.