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I'm a professional sysadmin in the Research Triangle Park area of North Carolina. I've been doing sysadmin work since 1996, I've worked for a smattering of companies including Red Hat, two academic institutions, a regional bank, and now a rail transportation and logistics company.


Nov
20
comment How can I change my username?
You must edit those files. Don't try to run them, they're not scripts.
Nov
20
answered How can I change my username?
Nov
20
comment How can I change my username?
Are you trying to change your username or just your prompt?
Oct
23
answered Linux Red Hat Library Dependencies question
Oct
7
comment * not interpreted in ftp, lftp?
What are you asking? I don't see a question being asked here...
Oct
7
comment /var/named/chroot/var/named: device is busy
The error messages tell you what is wrong.
Oct
4
answered Get indication of ssh command
Oct
4
comment Cannot mount LVM2 partitions
What is the command you're using to try to mount the volumes?
Sep
26
answered error using yum in centos 6
Sep
23
answered QEMU package not available for RHEL 64 bit
Sep
23
comment QEMU package not available for RHEL 64 bit
These are RHEL 5 packages, which don't come from Red Hat repositories. Where did you get these packages? (yum install doesn't count - what repository did they come from?)
Sep
23
comment QEMU package not available for RHEL 64 bit
What is the output of yum list | grep qemu on your i686 box?
Sep
23
comment QEMU package not available for RHEL 64 bit
On my RHEL 6 systems, I can install qemu-kvm and get the userspace QEMU tools. I don't see any qemu packages available for either 32 or 64 bit. Where is your qemu package coming from in 32-bit land?
Sep
23
answered Yum update error: Could not retrieve mirrorlist
Sep
23
comment Yum update error: Could not retrieve mirrorlist
Do you have the proxy information configured in yum.conf?
Sep
20
comment Installation of QEMU, GCC for ARM in RHEL
Look in the bin directory you just unrolled. What is the binary named? Ultimately, there's something wrong with either your path setting or your executable name.
Sep
20
comment Installation of QEMU, GCC for ARM in RHEL
Ok, I was wrong - it's not a source tarball. Did you add the unrolled bin directory's full path to your shell's PATH? Or did you use the full pathname when trying to execute arm-none-eabi-gcc ?
Sep
20
comment Installation of QEMU, GCC for ARM in RHEL
Can you edit your post and show the contents of the tarball?
Sep
20
revised Installation of QEMU, GCC for ARM in RHEL
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Sep
20
answered Installation of QEMU, GCC for ARM in RHEL