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Re: Just curious ...
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Just curious ...
- From: Maxim Bourmistrov <maxim_(_at_)_chl_(_dot_)_chalmers_(_dot_)_se>
- Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 18:39:47 +0100
1. Read manual from openbsd.org, if nothing found - see next point
2. search in maillists and globaly with google
3. Experienced Linux users know how to hack - try all untill you success.
4. Ask ppl on misc@
I'v done all those steps untill I was familiar with OpenBSD (except 4. ).
Mailing list are the LAST place do ask about help!
On Monday 28 February 2005 18:06, Madhusudan Singh wrote:
> On Monday 28 February 2005 01:43, Peter Hessler wrote:
> > No one cares.
> Neither do I, except that if someone publicly accuses me of doing something
> and facts speak otherwise, I am not going to sit back and take the
> nonsense. Whether you care that your founder is a foul-mouthed cornered
> liar or not is quite beside the point.
> > And it is very poor form to take a private email and put it on a public
> > mailing list.
> Its even worse form to insult someone in private without provocation and
> then falsely claim prior provocation when exposed in public.
> I guess common courtesy and rational responses are too much to ask for on
> this list. I do not think people at FreeBSD have lost their senses like
> some here, and there is not much point at present in acting on arguable
> claims of better security on OpenBSD vis a vis FreeBSD, when its latest
> releases do not even install on some fairly common contemporary hardware.
> Goodbye, enjoy your arrogance and unprovoked diatribes against newbies. We
> all know where that leads.
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