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A daemon from Red Hat Software Collections should now be started after next reboot, instead of daemon from the core-system. However, software collections will be properly enabled only for daemon processes, not for processes that interact with these daemons and are run by users (like mysql CLI, mysqldump utility, etc.). The usual way to enable software collections for whole sessions is to run a new bash wrapped with "scl enable" call, for example like that:

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The second problem is enabling software collections for users after reboot, i.e. to allow them to work with a collection without calling "scl enable" all the time. This task is a bit more tricky, since Software collections weren't primarily design for such usage. The following is considered to be a work-around only, because we don't have a supported way to do it correctly now.

Generally, you are able to execute bash scripts that change environment of all users using files under /etc/profile.d/, so what you need is to enable desired collections here. The tricky part comes when you realize, that pure running "scl enable ..." in /etc/profile.d/ doesn't work, because you cannot influence environment of the parent's process. For such a task we'd have to use a feature, that has been added into scl-utils recently, and is part of RHEL-6 since scl-utils-20120927-9.el6:

When a collection falls on one of these observed holidays, garbage collection will be one day later for the remainder of the week. Residents whose regular collection occurs on Friday will have their garbage and recycling picked up on Saturday.

Residents who receive County collections are eligible for bulk trash and scrap metal pickups. Bulk trash items can be set out on regular trash collection days. Scrap metal pickups must be scheduled.

Please remember, all items to be collected must be out by 6 a.m. on the day of collection. Trash, recycling and yard trim collections scheduled on or after these 6 holidays ONLY will 'slide' and be made one day later that week. No other holidays will be affected.

Telephones and email are staffed during regular business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays observed by Jackson County). We experience high call volumes during November and December, so wait times on the phone can be lone. Taxpayers are encouraged to refer to these FAQs when applicable or email at

The Jackson County Courthouse in Kansas City and the Historic Truman Courthouse in Independence are open 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays observed by Jackson County. Visit for a list of holidays observed by Jackson County.

As an example, if average revenue over the next seven years is anticipated to be $1,500,000, and if the profit in all forms is 40% or $600,000, and if you and your son collectively receive 30% of collections or $450,000, the remaining profit for you is $150,000 per year. This amount over seven years equates to $1,050,000.

Question: I am a general dentist planning to retire in approximately two years and am considering searching for an associate to buy my practice. What level of collections should my practice meet to proceed in hiring an associate, given my current collection level of approximately $800,000 per year and my working four days per week? What is the valuation process for selling my practice to my associate in the future? And what if after two years the associate doesn't work out?

However, if your practice collections grow to between $1,000,000-$1,300,000 per year, possibly due to pent-up demand, hiring an associate with a later sale in two years can work very well. Your practice would be valued as of the date the associate is hired as a baseline value and again one year after the associate is employed on a full-time basis. 041b061a72


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