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From "Martin Gainty" <mgai...@hotmail.com>
Subject <OT> Re: How to do this
Date Wed, 01 Aug 2007 12:37:00 GMT
Varuna-

Your analysis that the poster is angry needs to be adjusted
What Gregor is speaking of is that many of us on this list provide advice 
for free
Those of us (who are not independently wealthy) have an immediate need to 
find a way to acquire compensation for working proposals
Since free advice does not either pay bills or buy food  then employing the 
algorithm Free first time...next time an Invoice
seems like a more than fair compensation algorithm

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Varuna Seneviratna" <vseneviratna@gmail.com>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <users@tomcat.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, July 30, 2007 2:01 PM
Subject: Re: How to do this


> Thank you very much Gregor for your anger wrapped help
>             with all the RESPECT Varuna
>
> On 7/27/07, Gregor Schneider <rc46fi@googlemail.com> wrote:
>>
>> ok, this information is for free, the next one you'll have to pay me for:
>>
>> they keys of software.distributions are check-sums over the
>> program-archives (like zip, tgz etc.).
>>
>> those check-sums usually are calculated using a program like pgp
>> (pretty good privacy) or the free version from the
>> gnu-software-foundation (gpg - that was the link i posted recently).
>>
>> so what you have to do is to install gpg or pgp first.
>>
>> having installed one of those programs and once knowing your ways
>> around there, you should be able to understand the usage of those keys
>> (checksums) that are used in apache software-distributions and many
>> more products.
>>
>> btw., you do not necessarily have to check those tomcat-archives -
>> only, if you're paranoid or if you want to setup a
>> production-server...
>>
>> what i really dislike is somebody like you giving the list 2 miserable
>> words "please help", then asking the list for a
>> step-by-step-instruction.
>>
>> you should at least show some effort to sort out things yourself first!
>>
>> ppl in this list are busy earning their dollars / euros, and when they
>> help you, they offer time and effort to do so.
>>
>> therefore, show at least some RESPECT and try to solve the problem
>> yourself. If you're in a deadend, ppl here will be happy to help you.
>>
>> Therefore, may last tip for you:
>>
>> - If you just want to play around with Tomcat:
>> download it, forget about the keys and be happy
>>
>> - If you're a stud and your prof asked you to verify the download,
>> either go to the link I've posted above, read about
>> public/private-key-principles, download gpg and try to understand the
>> software. If you don't understand anything about public/private-keys,
>> let your prof know.
>>
>> - if this is a requirement from a customer: simply tell your customer
>> that you don't know nothing about the basics of informatics and let
>> him know to better get someone else for the job
>>
>> Gregor
>> --
>> what's puzzlin' you, is the nature of my game
>> gpgp-fp: 79A84FA526807026795E4209D3B3FE028B3170B2
>> gpgp-key available @ http://pgpkeys.pca.dfn.de:11371
>>
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