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Re: plzzzzzzzzzz help

From: Paul Smith
Subject: Re: plzzzzzzzzzz help
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2006 00:35:56 -0500

On Tue, 2006-11-28 at 03:48 -0800, rocky john wrote:
> I am amateur at linux .....i am trying to install nagios-2.6.....i
> went through documentations ....after executing commands
>                               make install -commandmode
>                               make install -config
> I got this problem :This program built for i386-redhat-linux-gnu..
>   My pc is i386 packages compatible......help me out

As someone else pointed out, you should be asking for help in the nagios

May I suggest that when you ask them, you provide many more details
including the exact command you entered, the precise hardware and
operating system type and version you're using, the exact errors you got
(cut and paste please) including a useful number of lines of context
before the error.

And most important: please use a subject line that is relevant and

These days, spam is a huge percentage of all email and the open source
mailing lists are no exception.  In order to allow anyone to report
problems and ask for help many OSS mailing lists don't require you to
subscribe before posting... that means that someone has to go through
and look through the spam to find the messages that should be forwarded
to the list.  Having a relevant subject that is immediately recognizable
as "not spam", vs. one that is quite spam-like, greatly decreases the
chances of your email being unceremoniously dumped into the bit bucket
and makes life a lot easier for us poor saps who have to sort it all

Good luck!

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