Paul Jakma wrote:
> you type init 1 into a vt, wonder why nothing is happening and then
> start seeing "nfs server .... not responding" then you look at the
> prompt properly and realise what you've done.
>> luckily i got "init 3" typed in before the remote box shut down
>> but this is yet another example of why Unix sucks so much... it's that
> bloody 'network is the computer' mantra to blame here. With windows
> you can't make these sort of mistakes as those systems have far better
> manageability features, eg more sophisticated access control for doing
> things like remote maintenance.
>> bloody unix...
Yeah, I totally agree!
Just the other day I pressed the power switch on the wrong machine,
and it rebooted, BLOODY UNIX/LINUX.
>> wondering how much a windows licence is.
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