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Thread: Regulars - what motivates you to answer questions here?

  1. #21
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    Originally posted by DevangP
    I guess there is a thin subspecies - independent of developer or dba's.
    But comes up with, always, just problems. And no solutions !
    Are you calling us FAT!?
    I remember when this place was cool.

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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    Are you calling us FAT!?
    No, he's calling you big boned.

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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    Are you calling us FAT!?
    thin := small_segment ;

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    Well what inspires me is the fact that there's a lot to
    -- share
    --exchange
    --discuss

    These things are always so hard to find within your own organization(no matter how cool the staff is).
    There is always issues, egos and god knows what not, here you can share and be selfless. I guess one of the good vices of not knowing and seeing each others.

    I guess I'd despise most of you guys if i saw you.....lol

    But seriously like today i managed have my wireless care work at home on my wireless network(WI-FI) on fedore core 2 with WPA-PSK TKIP encryption(with an excellent wrapper NDISWRAPPER and WPA SUPPLICANT--for wpa). After you've fixed it , you're more than happy to share it with others.

    Cheers...
    Last edited by Tarry; 08-17-2004 at 04:45 PM.
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    Originally posted by Tarry
    But seriously like today i managed have my wireless care work at home on my wireless network(WI-FI) on fedore core 2 with WPA-PSK TKIP encryption(with an excellent wrapper NDISWRAPPER and WPA SUPPLICANT--for wpa). After you've fixed it , you're more than happy to share it with others.

    Cheers...
    Hi Tarry,
    Which driver do you use? i am trying driver from http://ipw2100.sourceforge.net/ on my RH9 laptop but no luck yet.
    Sanjay G.
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    Hi

    I am a liar when i was in search of a job and went to companies pretending as a DBA (when i didnt even own a computer), where do u think i got the answer to the question like tell me some problems you have faced on the job.

    I come here for my own selfish reasons..thats how i became a DBA :-D
    and many youngesters who want to be a DBA and who do not have a computer at home or cannot afford one thats this is the way to become a DBA.

    regards
    Hrishy

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    Originally posted by hrishy
    Hi

    I am a liar when i was in search of a job and went to companies pretending as a DBA (when i didnt even own a computer), where do u think i got the answer to the question like tell me some problems you have faced on the job.

    I come here for my own selfish reasons..thats how i became a DBA :-D
    and many youngesters who want to be a DBA and who do not have a computer at home or cannot afford one thats this is the way to become a DBA.

    regards
    Hrishy
    That's funny, they way that I became a DBA was very similar to that. I was hired by someone to be a DBA. That person had no idea what a DBA is or what they do. I was their only computer person, so I had no one to hide behind. I didn't have DBASupport.com, all I had was metalink and the ability to create Tar's.

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    Yeah yeah yeah and in my day we used to walk 20 miles in the snow in our barefeet just to log in.
    I remember when this place was cool.

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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    Yeah yeah yeah and in my day we used to walk 20 miles in the snow in our barefeet just to log in.
    Wow, you really are old. Were you logging into an eniac or a univac?

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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    Yeah yeah yeah and in my day we used to walk 20 miles in the snow in our barefeet just to log in.
    With a punch card no doubt
    Oracle it's not just a database it's a lifestyle!
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