[cfarm-users] Installing emacs on GCC119/AIX
cm0graff at gmail.com
Wed Oct 11 17:22:02 CEST 2017
The issue at this point is that other cfarm and mailing list users are
getting called "dumb" and "stupid". And with very little reasoning
other than loosely "we take what we can get" and again loosely "call
others dumb". I am not personally affected by this as I am confident
in my abilities. However, the treatment would be intolerable toward
someone who actually was having difficulty understanding the problem
I saw no mention of interest in getting gcc to work properly on
FreeBSD again. And we have only one small decrepit netbsd box. But the
thread has become too abusive and nonsensical to address this problem
correctly. Out of respect to other users I will omit the examples of
bar raising tactics and obfuscation of details which were used here
When I have time off of work I will start a new thread detailing this
issues of "no BSDs", "no arm boards" and "idle AIX machines".
On 10/11/17, Toebs Douglass via cfarm-users
<cfarm-users at lists.tetaneutral.net> wrote:
> On 11/10/17 15:53, Markus Trippelsdorf via cfarm-users wrote:
>> On 2017.10.11 at 15:44 +0100, Jonathan Wakely via cfarm-users wrote:
>>> On 11 October 2017 at 15:41, CM Graff via cfarm-users
>>> <cfarm-users at lists.tetaneutral.net> wrote:
>>>> You guys really over-reacted about this.
>>> Says the guy who waded into a thread about an OS he never uses,
>>> complaining about thousands and thousands of dollars worth of gear
>>> made available to anyone, no matter how dumb their attitude.
>> I think this is too harsh.
>> He has a point after all. AIX is a dying and marginal OS just like
>> Solaris. So having a very powerful machine in the farm, that sits idle
>> most of the time because it has very few regular users, feels like a
>> waste of resources.
> But it was provided for free by IBM, that is right?
> It can't be said to be a waste, because it is not wholly belonging to
> the compile farm; it is provided with certain conditions attached, that
> it runs AIX. That's why it's given, I think?
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