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From:  Brother Rabbit (2:460/58)
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Date: Sun, 13 September 2020 New user Charles Pierson (User name: cepiersonjr) joined the group. --- tg2fido.pl * Origin: Telegram to fido gate by Stas Mishchenkov (2:460/58) ...
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From:  Brother Rabbit (2:460/58)
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Date: Sat, 12 September 2020 .. .. --- tg2fido.pl * Origin: Telegram to fido gate by Stas Mishchenkov (2:460/58) ...
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From:  john ford (3:770/100)
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Date: Sat, 22 February 2020 Backup script Backup script i made in bash, uses bash to config the bash script, dirty subarray trick script: #!/usr/local/bin/bash #settings DATE=$(date "+%m_%d_%y_%H:%M") source ~/.backuprc set -euf -o pipefail ...
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From:  james watkins (1:135/369)
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Date: Fri, 08 November 2019 Online batch? I'm trying to make a chat system that runs on batch. I've successfully made one that works on a single computer, and if put in a directory accessable by multiple accounts, supports multiple users with...
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From:  Deon George (3:633/509)
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Date: Sun, 04 August 2019 My bash script Re: My bash script By: Alan Ianson to All on Sat Aug 03 2019 12:13 pm > Hello All, > I am using this in a bash script to toss incoming files here and am having a > problem with it that I hope so...
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From:  Alan Ianson (1:153/757)
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Date: Sun, 04 August 2019 My bash script >Yeah, the reason it would fail, is the shell will expand it. IE: If you have 2 > TIC's "a.tic", "b.tic", the command expands to: > : if [ -f fido/inbound/a.tic fido/inbound/b.tic ]; then > Which is...
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From:  Alan Ianson (1:153/757)
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Date: Sat, 03 August 2019 My bash script Hello All, I am using this in a bash script to toss incoming files here and am having a problem with it that I hope someone can shed some light on for me. ---- begin import mailin.sh --- # process ...
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From:  James Digriz (1:123/755)
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Date: Mon, 11 March 2019 ob script Ran across this today on HN: https://github.com/marcan/takeover.sh Wipes and reinstalls a running Linux system. Seems about as safe as nitro on a paint shaker, but I thought about doing some testing...
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From:  James Maddeaux (1:135/369)
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Date: Mon, 04 March 2019 Linux Echoooe! MK> I used RHEL quite a bit at work - is that close enough? Yes indeed! =) What environment were you using RHEL in? --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A42 2019/02/01 (Windows/32) * Origin: Black Flag blackflag...
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From:  James Maddeaux (1:135/369)
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Date: Wed, 20 February 2019 Linux Echoooe! So assuming this Echo is dead, as I haven't seen any new messages! Anyone out there?!??! Interested in any CentOS Users, lets chat! --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Windows/32) * Origin: Black F...
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From:  Michael Knapp (1:275/89)
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Date: Sat, 02 March 2019 Linux Echoooe! Re: Linux Echoooe! By: James Maddeaux to All on Wed Feb 20 2019 11:34 am > So assuming this Echo is dead, as I haven't seen any new messages! Anyone ou > there?!??! Interested in any CentOS Users...
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From:  Paul Quinn (3:640/1384)
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Date: Fri, 22 February 2019 Linux Echoooe! Hi! Tony, On 22 Feb 19 18:23, you wrote to Richard Menedetter: RM>> For ones where you want to have a GUI you can try the debian RM>> based Ubuntu. TL> I use Mint and Lubuntu for those. Both ar...
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From:  Mike Powell (1:2320/105)
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Date: Thu, 21 February 2019 Linux Echoooe! > So assuming this Echo is dead, as I haven't seen any new messages! Anyone out > there?!??! Interested in any CentOS Users, lets chat! I am here, but don't run CentOS. I have boxes running debian v...
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From:  Richard Menedetter (2:310/31)
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Date: Thu, 21 February 2019 Linux Echoooe! Hi James! 21 Feb 2019 00:11, from James Maddeaux -> Richard Menedetter: RM>> But I am a Debian user ;) JM> I've never used Debian, is it a steep learning curve if you've used JM> Slackware / Redh...
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From:  James Maddeaux (1:226/70)
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Date: Thu, 21 February 2019 Linux Echoooe! Re: Linux Echoooe! By: Maurice Kinal to James Maddeaux on Wed Feb 20 2019 01:10 pm MK> I still have this echoarea turned on. It has been ages since anyone has MK> used TUXPOWER but I am sure it c...
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From:  James Maddeaux (1:226/70)
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Date: Thu, 21 February 2019 Linux Echoooe! Re: Linux Echoooe! By: Richard Menedetter to James Maddeaux on Wed Feb 20 2019 10:05 pm JM>> So assuming this Echo is dead, as I haven't seen any new messages! JM>> Anyone out there?!??! Interest...
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From:  James Maddeaux (1:226/70)
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Date: Thu, 21 February 2019 Linux Echoooe! Re: Linux Echoooe! By: Alan Ianson to James Maddeaux on Wed Feb 20 2019 11:47 am AI> It's not dead but it is quiet. I'm a slackware user. I've played around with Slackware in the past, but fell in...
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From:  Richard Menedetter (2:310/31)
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Date: Wed, 20 February 2019 Linux Echoooe! Hi James! 20 Feb 2019 11:34, from James Maddeaux -> All: JM> So assuming this Echo is dead, as I haven't seen any new messages! JM> Anyone out there?!??! Interested in any CentOS Users, lets chat!...
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From:  Maurice Kinal (2:280/464.113)
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Date: Wed, 20 February 2019 Linux Echoooe! Hey James! JM> they really are coming out of the woodwork since my post, glad JM> to see people are still out there and Fido is Alive and well! People? I think you're mistaking the ghosts of Fido...
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From:  mark lewis (1:3634/12.73)
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Date: Wed, 20 February 2019 Linux Echoooe! On 2019 Feb 20 11:34:08, you wrote to All: JM> @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A39 JM> @MSGID: 1:135/369 8a831960 JM> @TZUTC: -0500 JM> So assuming this Echo is dead, as I haven't seen any new messages! An...
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