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by Kellemora
07 Feb 2015, 13:08
Forum: Brain Information
Topic: medical blackmail
Replies: 15
Views: 9312

Re: medical blackmail

It is amazing the number of charges which could have been brought against this stupid teacher, but not mentioned in the article. She only received a minor reprimand for such heinous crimes. Taking a prescription medicine away from someone, is equivalent to prescribing medicine, or practicing medicin...
by Kellemora
06 Feb 2015, 12:38
Forum: Personal Computers
Topic: Computer Question for Yogi
Replies: 17
Views: 36852

Re: Computer Question for Yogi

WooHoo, ALL FIXED!!! I knew if I surfed enough I would eventually stumble across a suggestion that works. Turns out, although my MountPoint folder had the proper permissions, AFTER I mount a drive connected through a windows machine, the permissions get changed back to ROOT, thus the reason I had to...
by Kellemora
06 Feb 2015, 09:36
Forum: Personal Computers
Topic: Computer Question for Yogi
Replies: 17
Views: 36852

Re: Computer Question for Yogi

Just jumped back to say, YES, in order to MOUNT a folder, the folder MUST be Shared, both on Linux and Windows. Although network sharing is handled by a totally different system, what it does is make the folder PUBLIC so it can be seen by the Root system and Mounted. All of my Linux machines with Sh...
by Kellemora
06 Feb 2015, 09:19
Forum: Personal Computers
Topic: Computer Question for Yogi
Replies: 17
Views: 36852

Re: Computer Question for Yogi

OK, trying again, third time I've lost this message. I had said I have a UPS down at the house to keep my modem and router hot, so the IP addresses don't change when I power up a computer. I quit using UPS units on my computers because every one I've ever owned will for no logical reason, cycle caus...
by Kellemora
05 Feb 2015, 12:17
Forum: Personal Computers
Topic: Computer Question for Yogi
Replies: 17
Views: 36852

Re: Computer Question for Yogi

Looks like I did it again. Lost my post I was working on. I explained with too much verbosity the reason I was currently working using so many places of file storage. The greatly truncated version is simply, after the lightning destroyed my NAS, and getting a 1 terrabyte internal SATA HD in this reb...
by Kellemora
04 Feb 2015, 12:37
Forum: Personal Computers
Topic: Computer Question for Yogi
Replies: 17
Views: 36852

[split] Important Notice

Thanks for the vote of confidence Yogi... Remember, you are talking to the guy who when he started to study php, did not know why his lessons did not work. The book forgot to mention it only works if you have your computer set up as a server. I had to learn how to do that, and never quite got it rig...
by Kellemora
03 Feb 2015, 14:22
Forum: Brainformation News
Topic: Important Notice
Replies: 5
Views: 8207

Re: Important Notice

Hi Yogi It's good you are staying with the stable branch. I hope moving up a notch within same doesn't cause you too many problems. Checked with my friend, and he said he wasn't much of a guru, so went with Invision. I'm fairly certain it is a host providers program. Zeta-Boards or something like th...
by Kellemora
02 Feb 2015, 12:47
Forum: Brainformation News
Topic: Important Notice
Replies: 5
Views: 8207

Re: Important Notice

Which version are you running Yogi? I didn't think the new Stable Branch was due out until October. Right now, isn't 3.0 Olympus the stable branch? I know 3.1 Ascraeus and 3.2 Rhea are in development. Heard Ascraeus was not php7 compliant so broke backward compliance. Needless to say, I know next to...
by Kellemora
29 Jan 2015, 13:08
Forum: Brain Information
Topic: government "nutrition".
Replies: 7
Views: 5035

Re: government "nutrition".

The minimal size drop sacks we used did not contain sugar, but had beans for the protein. Bread is a major portion of any meal. It is used to soak up the juices from some other edible. Or as we do, as in making sandwiches. Fish is often eaten with bread. The beans are usually eaten with the corn bre...
by Kellemora
29 Jan 2015, 12:55
Forum: Brain Information
Topic: Walk of shame...
Replies: 23
Views: 16232

Re: Walk of shame...

I checked into this further, rather than go by the above posted article. The 'walk of shame' was a company policy at this Pasadena Target store. Target will stop this policy, although it is perfectly legal in California, as a deterrent to employee theft. Of the three counts named in the lawsuit file...
by Kellemora
28 Jan 2015, 12:09
Forum: Brain Information
Topic: Walk of shame...
Replies: 23
Views: 16232

Re: Walk of shame...

Although I do agree with you up to a point Icey, the article does not give us enough to go on. Yes, his boss or the store manager could have asked him to come to the office, from the point of first contact. But if he refused, you are opening up a whole other set of laws that prohibit the store from ...
by Kellemora
27 Jan 2015, 11:54
Forum: Personal Computers
Topic: Computer Question for Yogi
Replies: 17
Views: 36852

Re: Computer Question for Yogi

Hi Yogi Yes I have an error log, which shows no errors. Since I am now using fstab to mount the folders, I do not need it in GRSync. It just bugged me that it did not work properly in GRSync is all. Making a Trial Run produces no error messages about many things, including this. Probably because it ...
by Kellemora
27 Jan 2015, 11:30
Forum: Brain Information
Topic: Walk of shame...
Replies: 23
Views: 16232

Re: Walk of shame...

Target DID NOT kill this fellow, he ended his own miserable life! The office I worked in was at the very end of the building next to the motor pool garage. This means I was taken in handcuffs all the way from the front reception desk, past all the employees in our building. Albeit, I could have just...
by Kellemora
26 Jan 2015, 11:43
Forum: Personal Computers
Topic: Computer Question for Yogi
Replies: 17
Views: 36852

Re: Computer Question for Yogi

Hi Yogi Man pages do seem to tell you quite a bit about each command, but I rarely find one that tells you how to form the command. Take something really simple used in an RSync command, like EXCLUDE... I looked on-line and found numerous examples where folks used it, but it never worked for me. I f...
by Kellemora
26 Jan 2015, 11:18
Forum: Brain Information
Topic: government "nutrition".
Replies: 7
Views: 5035

Re: government "nutrition".

The flour is to make unleavened bread, unless they have the time to let it rise naturally. I don't understand about the sugar though, unless it is considered a source of energy. When I went on missions, the bare minimum drop sack consisted of wheat flower, corn meal, beans, cooking oil, dried egg po...
by Kellemora
26 Jan 2015, 11:08
Forum: Brain Information
Topic: Walk of shame...
Replies: 23
Views: 16232

Re: Walk of shame...

For AJRC I used to work for a company in a highly restricted area. The front desk receptionist called me and said I had a visitor in the lobby. I knew this was mighty strange, as I'm not allowed visitors at work. I went up to the front desk and there was a police officer. He informed me he was there...
by Kellemora
26 Jan 2015, 10:33
Forum: Brain Information
Topic: Walk of shame...
Replies: 23
Views: 16232

Re: Walk of shame...

but gary, none of that is clear in this story. it doesn't tell you if he was a difficult employee or anything really. and if he'd been a pain, they could have just fired him. Did you miss this paragraph in the story? According to the suit, Graham Gentles showed up to work on July 15 and was forcefu...
by Kellemora
25 Jan 2015, 12:40
Forum: Brain Information
Topic: Walk of shame...
Replies: 23
Views: 16232

Re: Walk of shame...

In most states, a suspect is SUPPOSED to be handcuffed once detained. It is for their protection as well as the protection of all those around them. If guilty and not restrained, there is a lot that could go wrong by not placing them in handcuffs! If innocent, they will be released and no charges ma...
by Kellemora
25 Jan 2015, 12:20
Forum: Brain Information
Topic: proper archery
Replies: 11
Views: 7069

Re: proper archery

If you ever watched Diagnosis Murder, and caught the episode where half the cast got involved with a film being made in the hospital. Dr. Sloan (Dick Van Dyke) pointed out all the wrong things they did.
The movie directly explained why it didn't matter in a few different ways during the episode.
by Kellemora
25 Jan 2015, 11:11
Forum: Personal Computers
Topic: Computer Question for Yogi
Replies: 17
Views: 36852

Re: Computer Question for Yogi

Thanks Yogi The IT guy figured out the problem and returned late Saturday night to try it out. My Mirrors all work perfectly now, and we have them automated now too. Normally one would use SSH to Windows and NSF to Linux, but since all the computers share data with each other, we chose cifs (which i...