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Old 2nd September 2010, 18:38
cvgeeks cvgeeks is offline
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Originally Posted by Mark_NL View Post
Hehe, thank you for the kind words, tbh. you don't see these kind of thank you's much. Most times i can just see by the things someone post's that person has absolutely no clue of what they are doing, and just want you to tell them what they need to type in their console, hell .. if i replied to them: mv /etc /dev/null they would do it w/o asking questions, and most of the time, as soon as they have their answer, they stop replying .. Thanks for the kind words, it's nice to know i'm (we) are doing it for something

And just keep on working with linux, after some time you don't want anything else .. Man back in the days i've reinstalled my server like 100+ times, .. install, play around, break it, reinstall, try again and learn from your mistakes .. these forums can help you a lot with that.
As long as i can see that someone is putting effort in it themselfs i'm (we're) more then glad to help them as much as possible.

So let's see, about your situation. Are you able to access the glusterfs server on your client now?
Yes, I can access it now and it's all working great thank you again so much for your help.

I have worked with Windows since the early days and have more certifications than I can put on my wall. I also own a chain of computer/server repair shops in central California and have been helping people for over 20 years however none of this has helped me to learn Linux. I'm just now getting used to the consol style and staying out of the GUI and that alone is a big change for me as I'm sure it is for others.

I've learned of the power of Linux its security and open architecture which is amazing. The down side to it all is learning all over again. It's easy to get down on your-self for knowing computers and servers so well and when I deal with Linux I feel about 1" tall. But I know I must keep up the hard work, not get down on myself and strive to learn it as it is like I said very powerful and as I'm learning here there are just endless possibilities with Linux. I just can't believe all the things that you can do it can be overwhelming at times.

Again I applaud the work that is being done here this is just so valuable and I just can't believe the willingness you have to give away such valuable information as this. It is just astounding this type of community spirit that keeps the momentum moving forward each day. I would love to participate more as I am very good with documenting installations, setups and configurations. I'm very detail oriented and have created documentation for various data centers to train the techs on how to install and secure Windows Servers for IIS web hosting more importantly securing the file system. I have created my own how to guides while learning from the ones here and adding my own information as needed. One day I will gladly contribute as I see there are many others just like me who can't figure things out simply because some of the very basic things evade them. Funny thing is I took a UNIX class when I was in college and was top of my class and now I can't bring any of that good stuff out so I can put it to use. Go figure

Hey Have a great day thanks again and keep up the great work you guys do here.
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