Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community.
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Join our community today!
Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
Finally, I downloaded new version of Ubuntu yesterday. I don't know, whether the download has finished. I will see it afternoon. I downloaded not in the ubuntu website. It it so long to loading the webpage. May be, some many people want to download in this website too. So, I downloaded in other website which there is a new version of ubuntu to download.
I have to say that it's hard to learn Linux as a foreigner.
In mainland china,some ugly men translates the original English documents to chinese as main part of their books which saled at a high price of 80￥-120￥.
I can't accept this and find a on-line book,in Taiwan China,which written by VBird.
Finally,I decided to learn the English Language books.
But 2 month has pasted,I trained my English Pronounce best enough to my opinion at last.
Recently I had to set up MySQL Cluster for testing purposes on RHEL 5.5 virtual machines. Below is the procedure I followed and am sharing as a first blog post with you. This of course is a guide, put together piece by piece with stuff found on the internet and solutions for bugs/problems I encountered during installation. The result is a working MySQL Cluster.
Since MySQL Cluster uses its own binaries for the job you need to have servers with no previous MySQL...
When someone has a family, he has to divide time fairly. So that, no one feels to lose. Yesterday, I had to spend my time for my daughter. She got sick in her right ear. I broght her to the hospital. The doctor said, it was swollen. Then I was given medicine. I asked for permission to not go to work.
I have ever written in this blog that based on distrowatch.com, ubuntu is the most popular in 6 month later. It's wrong. I am sorry. I mean, ubuntu is the most pupular in the last 6 month.