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Re: [ProgSoc] Whoever is responsible for sutekh
Sorry if i was being rude, i don't really mean it like that. Its just
that this situation is really frustrating, when someone is coding.
On Fri, 27 Jul 2001, Murray Grant wrote:
> > > > Can someone fix up Sutekh. Even though the damn thing is running, every
> > > > bloody five minutes the damn server keeps killing me for some weird
> > > > reason. It is BLOODY annoying as i am trying to something important.
> > > >
> > > > Please Fix ASAP.
> > >
> > > I have a feeling this will re-ignite the whole "Progsoc is not an
> > > ISP" arguement. A better thing to say is say it is down, and offer to help
> > > get it back up and running. That way, you are helping the other members,
> > > you will be assured that the machine will actually work and you may even
> > > learn something about the maintenance of the machine as well.
> > >
> > I couldn't agree more with Ben, we can hardly expect Murray to be on call
> > for the ProgSoc machines 24 hours a day. As it is, I think he has spent a
> > fair bit of his day doing things for ProgSoc anyway. He's been doing
> > something important too (tfm).
> Ben is correct. There is no paid IT consultant on 5 minutes notice if any
> ProgSoc machines show signs of not working. We have a small group of
> unpaid and often very busy volunteers. If you want a more reliable
> machine, you may donate and administer a machine yourself or ask to
> be part of the unpaid and often very busy volunteers.
> More practically, I'll have a look to see if anything is obviously
> wrong. But otherwise I'd advise you use the "screen" program. It allows
> you to continue an old session if you were disconnected (and has saved me
> on a few occasions).
> Murray Grant
> Progsoc Computer Systems Officer
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