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bio website trailhunger.com
location Vancouver, Canada
age 36
visits member for 3 years, 5 months
seen Oct 15 at 22:41

Software developer originally from New Zealand. I'm an ultra-runner and have completed at least 8 50km, a 50 mile and a 100km.


Sep
14
comment How to tell which device might be dropping packets
There is a private link between the sites. My concern is that the problem may be more generic. The clients will eventually go on customer sites where we can't necessarily pull the same tricks.
Sep
2
comment Permission denied when opening file as root with mode 777
I've added an edit which explains how to use ls -Z and chef to fix this.
Sep
1
comment Permission denied when opening file as root with mode 777
Oh - SELinux is enabled - and enforcing. I did not expect that and am almost completely unfamiliar with it.
Sep
1
comment Permission denied when opening file as root with mode 777
Added strace output as requested + extra info about copying the file away and back again.
Jul
12
comment Using gcc instead of SUNWspro cc in ruby mkmf for yajl on Solaris 10
@Ben: Thanks for the reply - that was the clue I was looking for. Unfortunately, I have no more time to spend on the spike that required this so I can't formally test the answer. However, I will certainly accept it. Many thanks.
Jul
6
comment Using gcc instead of SUNWspro cc in ruby mkmf for yajl on Solaris 10
Thanks for that - I really should have thought of the symlink idea but was thinking about configuration from the top end. It did work in that gcc was executed. Unfortunately, mkmf uses SUN cc only options that don't work with gcc (namely arch=386) so I'll have to use SUN cc. Thanks for your help!
Jul
6
comment Using gcc instead of SUNWspro cc in ruby mkmf for yajl on Solaris 10
Thanks for the reply. If I edit the Makefile then it just gets overwritten on the next run. There's no configure step. This is ruby code controlling everything.
Jul
6
comment Using gcc instead of SUNWspro cc in ruby mkmf for yajl on Solaris 10
Thanks for the reply. I had used export CC=gcc with no change. Doing it in two steps and including the path makes no change to this behaviour.