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From:  Benny Pedersen (2:230/0)
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Date: Thu, 10 December 2020 systemd Hello Alan! 07 Dec 2020 09:18, Alan Ianson wrote to Karel Kral: AI> I had a quick play with systemd on debian. It works well. It's AI> possible to start a service like binkd or a BBS a...
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From:  Benny Pedersen (2:230/0)
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Date: Thu, 10 December 2020 systemd Hello Karel! 07 Dec 2020 13:27, Karel Kral wrote to All: KK> Moving to Centos 8.x with all that systemd crap. KK> Any advice? KK> ;-) gentoo, pentoo, funtoo Regards Be...
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From:  Kai Richter (2:240/77)
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Date: Tue, 08 December 2020 systemd Hello Dennis! 08 Dec 20, Dennis Katsonis wrote to Gerrit Kuehn: GK>> Well, I don't care much about its power. It's obviously the wrong GK>> tool for me, made for scenarios I don't...
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From:  Paul Quinn (3:640/1384.125)
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Date: Tue, 08 December 2020 systemd Hi! Kai, On 12/07/2020 08:52 PM, you wrote to Karel Kral: KK>> Any advice? KK>> ;-) KR> Yes. Stop wasteing our time and let's do something useful. KR> For example ...
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From:  Kai Richter (2:240/77)
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Date: Mon, 07 December 2020 systemd Hello Karel! 07 Dec 20, Karel Kral wrote to All: KK> Any advice? KK> ;-) Yes. Stop wasteing our time and let's do something useful. For example teach me if it's wasteing or wast...
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From:  Karel Kral (2:423/39)
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Date: Mon, 07 December 2020 systemd Hello Nigel! 07 Dec 20 10:59, you wrote to me: NR> There's nothing wrong with that "systemd crap". The only NR> problem is people who don't take time to understand how NR>...
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From:  Alan Ianson (1:153/757.2)
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Date: Mon, 07 December 2020 systemd Re: systemd By: Karel Kral to All on Mon Dec 07 2020 01:27 pm KK> Moving to Centos 8.x with all that systemd crap. I had a quick play with systemd on debian. It works well. It's possible ...
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From:  Alexey Vissarionov (2:5020/545)
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Date: Mon, 07 December 2020 systemd Good ${greeting_time}, Karel! 07 Dec 2020 13:27:28, you wrote to All: KK> Moving to Centos 8.x with all that systemd crap. Staying happy with a fresh sysVinit-based ALT build. KK> ...
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From:  Karel Kral (2:423/39)
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Date: Mon, 07 December 2020 systemd Hello All! Moving to Centos 8.x with all that systemd crap. Any advice? ;-) Karel --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707 * Origin: Plast DATA (2:423/39) ...
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From:  Maurice Kinal (1:153/7001)
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Date: Mon, 07 December 2020 i've been duped ... or was i? Hey Benny! BC> what life ? It ain't much but I call it home. MK>> ^-^-^-@@-^-^-^ MK>> (..)-----; MK>> ||---|| MK>> ...
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From:  Massacre (38:38/1)
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Date: Thu, 03 December 2020 Test Test --- * Origin: -=*< FuNet WHQ - SiliconUnderground - siliconu.com:27 >*=- (38:38/1) ...
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From:  Benny Pedersen (2:230/0)
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Date: Mon, 07 December 2020 Test Hello Massacre! 03 Dec 2020 12:29, Massacre wrote to All: M> Test M> -+- M> + Origin: -=*< FuNet WHQ - SiliconUnderground - siliconu.com:27 >*=- M> (38:38/1) fido...
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From:  Benny Pedersen (2:230/0)
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Date: Mon, 07 December 2020 i've been duped ... or was i? Hello Kai! 03 Dec 2020 11:19, Kai Richter wrote to Maurice Kinal: KR> For example every squish messagebase *.sqd file has it's own *.dqd KR> dupedatabase file. in husky it can be gl...
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From:  Benny Pedersen (2:230/0)
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Date: Mon, 07 December 2020 i've been duped ... or was i? Hello Maurice! 03 Dec 2020 03:18, Maurice Kinal wrote to Alan Ianson: AI>> but you never know what could happen along the way MK> The story of my life. what life ? MK> ...
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From:  Aaron Thomas (1:229/426)
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Date: Sat, 05 December 2020 Date in the panel Does anyone know an easy way to get the date in the panel? I'm using Ubuntu 20.04.1 KDE. I've Googled, and found lousy answers. I think GNOME has a setting for it, but with KDE it's not as easy...
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From:  Maurice Kinal (1:153/7001.4013)
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Date: Fri, 04 December 2020 i've been duped ... or was i? Hey Kai! KR> If you're going to use point numbers then you do not have an KR> offline reader - it's a point software. I'll go along with that ... for now. Life is good, Maurice ....
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From:  Rob Swindell (1:103/705)
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Date: Thu, 03 December 2020 i've been duped ... or was i? Re: i've been duped ... or was i? By: Kai Richter to Maurice Kinal on Fri Dec 04 2020 05:38 am > MK> This isn't that far off from a numbered userbase on a BBS where by > MK> def...
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From:  Kai Richter (2:240/77)
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Date: Fri, 04 December 2020 i've been duped ... or was i? Hello Maurice! 03 Dec 20, Maurice Kinal wrote to Kai Richter: MK> For my part I am attempting to make 1:153/7001 a potential wireless MK> access point for offline readers and am going t...
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From:  Maurice Kinal (1:153/7001)
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Date: Thu, 03 December 2020 i've been duped ... or was i? Hey Kai! KR> Maybe i didn't noticed the background of your question. It was not a question on my part so you didn't really miss anything. However your answer has been most informative. T...
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From:  Maurice Kinal (1:153/7001)
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Date: Thu, 03 December 2020 i've been duped ... or was i? Hey Kees! KvE> If the dupecheck was universal, crossposting would have to KvE> generate different message id's. "If" being the operative word. So far that doesn't appear to b...
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