windows XP : cygwin -X server not opening
Alexander J. Herrmann
Wed Apr 5 18:37:00 GMT 2006
lol. I almosty did miss it. I hope you had a good time in Israel. I was
there the last time in spring 1987 and sometimes wounder how it would be
Soong, SylokeJ wrote:
>Returning from three weeks of vacation (one week in Montana & then getting married in Israel), I am clearing my emails and I cannot resist but to defend Avinash. Or inadvertently, further add insult to injury.
>"Imo - a Senior with amazing two years of experience should be able to ...."
>get a feel how wide a field unix involves,
>accept there are things unix one does not know,
>argue there are things unix that are now beyond unix,
>get help rather than brooding silently,
>laugh away at a we-were-once-like-that-too comment.
>I meant, a comment from someone we-were-once-like-that-too.
>"Im(extravagant)o - someone with good years' of experience (perhaps, interviewing for a job) should be able to ...."
>tell boundaries of his/her knowledge by discussing things he/she does not know beyond things he/she knows.
>oops, did I mean with "years of interviewing for the same job" experience
>or, did I mean with years of working experience and if he/she had to interview for a job?
>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Alexander
>Sent: Tue, March 14, 2006 11:19 PM
>Subject: Re: windows XP : cygwin -X server not opening
>from your CV:
>"Senior software engineer with two years of experience on various
>platforms like UNIX, .."
>Imo - a Senior with amazing two years of experience should be able to
>read the messages on his screen, look into a logfile and solve the
>problem within 5 minutes maybe while also taking a look into the
>Thanks for the funny post, it made me laugh a lot.
>Ask the people where you bought your master. They may also sell you the
>solution to this.
>Avinash Sridhar wrote:
>>On 3/14/06, Avinash Sridhar <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>Many thanks to all the kind souls who have contributed to Cygwin.
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And God said"Let there be light."But then the program crashed because he was trying to access the 'light' property of a NULL universe pointer.
Alexander J. Herrmann
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