For those of you who have seen my previous announcement of the Orca
mailing lists, there have been some naming changes due to some good
feedback. I've renamed orca-users to orca-discuss and made its
charter a little clearer. Users already subscribed to orca-users
do not need resubscribe to orca-discuss.
I have created four mailing lists for Orca, a system performance
monitoring tool (http://www.geocities.com/~bzking/). To subscribe to
any of the mailing lists, please visit the URL listed below. You have
the option of choosing a digest form of the mailing list if you wish
it when you subscribe to the mailing list or anytime thereafter. To
send email to any of these lists you must subscribe to the list.
This mailing list is a first stop mailing list for getting help in
setting up and getting Orca running. Problems relating to downloading,
configuring, compiling the necessary Perl modules, and installing Orca
belong here. People interested anything more than this, such as
developing data gathering modules or active Perl development, should be
on one or both of the following mailing lists. Once you get Orca
running to your satisfaction, you may want to remove yourself from this
This mailing list is for active users of Orca who are doing new
interesting things with Orca and want to discuss Orca but are not
interested in actively developing Orca source code. These people are
also not interested in helping people get Orca running on their systems.