[OpenAFS] RE: [OpenAFS-Doc] Apologies about documentation mess
Fri, 19 Aug 2005 08:07:14 -0700
We need a standardized "test set" for AFS that can be run on all the
All in good time.
Are there any possible configuration errors that could be causing this
From: Jeffrey Altman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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Subject: Re: [OpenAFS] RE: [OpenAFS-Doc] Apologies about documentation mess
You are going to be waiting a long time. I'm not going to have time to get
AFS running on my AIBO until sometime next year at the earliest.
ted creedon wrote:
> All of them.
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> In message <20050819140356.24C2AB029@smtpauth.easystreet.com>,"ted
>>Since the latest version of AFS doesn't work at all here, I doubt that
>>any further documentation effort is warranted until AFS passes
>>rudimentary Linux stress testing.
> it may come as a shock that there are other platforms besides Linux.
> how many platforms need to be stable for you to continue with the
> further, "what use is a baby?"
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