On Tue, May 09, 2000 at 01:37:17PM +0100, David Murphy mentioned:
> > > Just as a random off topic side point: Does 'not found in the wild'
> > > mean 'the author set us a copy', or what?
> > I think it just means that loads of people have a copy, but they kept it
> > caged...didn't "let it out for a run on their disk" or anything. Not
> > necassarily got a copy from the author.
> Wouldn't they have seen it in the wild on whatever machine they
> collected it from?
Er, I'd meant *indirectly* from the author, in a controlled environment.
A virus in the wild would also usually come indirectly from the author, in
a less-controlled, and dangerous environment.
It looks like the ILUG AGM has a tentative date of 17th of June. This is
to give people notice & so that the colleges exams don't conflict. Any
ideas on speakers ?
Anyone know if Jordan FreeBSD is availible for that ?
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