On Wed, Apr 18, 2001 at 04:38:39PM +0100, Francisco Baena wrote:
> I know is going to sound sad but I have to ask. I have a
> monitor/keyboard/mouse into a KVM switch connect to 4 different boxes, three
> RH7.0 and one W2K Server. What it happens is that in one of the RH boxes the
> backspace key won't work at all. Any thoughts?
stty -a | grep erase. see if they're different.
> This message has been virus-scanned
i see more of these every day. are viruses (virii?) really that bad or
is it all just media hype? except for a brief stint doing dev on macs
and dos followed by doing dev on a proprietary os/lang, i've always
worked on unix boxes. the whole concept of a virus is just bizzare for
me and not something i've worried much about. occasionally something
cropped up like emacs modelines, ./.exrc, file access in ps and it's
usage in ghostscript. but i've never gotten any of these things myself.
has anyone here actually gotten a virus on a mac or windows box?
did it actually do anything harmful?
kevin at suberic.net can you decypher the hidden message?
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meatspace place: work sjnf qrfrtfbmf? zc fou djv eruhfgaa varuf haerf.
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